Tekstiä esitelmän 1
... analysis has evinced little about continental philosophy when considered after
Edmund Husserl (1859-1938).
Ricœur‘s method of interpretation drew on disciplines such as theology,
psychology, linguistics, political sciences, history, law, literary criticism, education
and also some perspectives from ...
THE PHILOSOPHIES OF HISTORY OF HERDER AND
... the Church’s political ends on Earth were promoted, while the aspects of the Gospel that
did not do this were neglected (“call no man your father upon the earth: for one is your
Father, which is in heaven” [Matthew, 23:9]). The modern age has rejected those values
that maintained the political domin ...
No One Man Should Have All That Power: Rhetoric and Its
... One reason Thus Spoke Zarathustra is so uniquely powerful is that its form allows for ideas to
emerge slowly and subtly, usually not given to the reader outright, but suggested, teased, in
parable and metaphor, action and interaction. Nietzsche does not shy away from having
Zarathustra make speeches ...
A `CLOUD OF METAPHySICS` IN PINDAR: THE OPENING OF
... included in the foil, and are presented as separate and distinct categories”.
In a footnote to this statement he adds: “the proof that ἕν... ἕν (= ἕτερον...
ἕτερον) emphasizes the distinction between men and gods rather than their
common origin is in the priamel form”. One might prefer to think that ...
ΜΕΛΕΤΗΜΑΤΑ CONTEXTUALIZING LATE GREEK PHILOSOPHY
... penchant for gossip and drama, but as part of a didactic scheme in which
action and intellection are complementary.
The subjects of the philosophical biographies we will draw on are by and
large well-known historical figures. Around some, layers of legend had
already accumulated and it was the biogr ...
The Rise of History: Kant, Herder, and the End of the Enlightenment
... Enlightenment, while not possessing the historical scope of the nineteenth century, thought in a
historical manner, taking all known phenomena into consideration.
Cassirer offers Bayle and Montesquieu – thinkers still miles away from Herder – as
examples of nascent historical thought during the eigh ...
Angelaki Differential cruelty
... its solution – rather than an extrapolated idea of
penance which overshadows the ontological
model with an extraneously theological framework. Whereas in the passage Aristotle merely
rediscovers the Etruscan torture as a metaphysical model of cruelty for the twofold of body–soul,
it is only in his m ...
TYPOLOGY OF NOTHING: HEIDEGGER, DAOISM AND BUDDHISM
... cannot act independently as a noun or a philosophical concept. Its meaning is close
to the privative nothing or nothing as absence. The Daoist classics never seem to
mention the absolute or negative nothing, which usually indicates logical
impossibility as in the case of late Moist classics. 7
In an ...
The Idealism of Mary Whiton Calkins
... According to the popular origin story of analytic philosophy, during the late 19th and early 20th
centuries, philosophy in the Anglo-American world was dominated by the great systems of
idealism that were inspired by the metaphysics of Kant, Hegel, and other thinkers in the tradition
of German Ideal ...
Merleau-Ponty`s transcendental theory of perception - SAS
... Phenomenology of Perception begins with an explicit commitment to the phenomenological
method, but otherwise it seems to be a direct extension of the line of holist, anti-reductionist thought
begun in The Structure of Behaviour. Even the commitment to the phenomenological method which
Metaphor in the Mind - Penn Arts and Sciences
... In another important study, Glucksberg, Gildea, and Bookin found that it
took subjects longer to decide whether a sentence was literally true when
the sentence also had a plausible metaphorical meaning, even though the
subjects had been instructed to consider only the literal truth-value. This
Learning to Love the End of History
... work that teachers and students seeking a short cut to his philosophical
system flock to it. But the accessibility of this work is entirely misleading.
The work is not valueless, but accessing its value requires a circuitous
route. To get at the conception of history articulated here, one must
Romantic Cosmopolitanism: Novalis`s “Christianity or Europe”
... for the future. Rather, the romantic picture of medieval Europe is to evoke poetically the ideal of a re-unification of humanity, a cosmopolitan reunification
through “faith and love.”
I start with a brief sketch of the contents of “Christianity or Europe.” In order
to explain and defend a cosmopoli ...
Reflections Upon Pierre Bayle
... that [they are] readers of what their fellow-citizens have written.”11 Bayle ushered in an age where manuscripts,
essays, and treatises were taken out of
secret vaults and handed ‘round for all
But despite the recognition the
journal brought our subject, his work
incited the anger of the Fr ...
Mutual Questioning - UQ eSpace
... components that are as integral to the teaching of thinking as the skills themselves” (p.3).
Lipman was not the only advocate of inquiry-based learning. Another important figure in the
history of philosophy in education is Leonard Nelson. Nelson developed a method referred to as Modern Socratic dial ...
The Undiscovered Wittgenstein
... philosopher had such attention paid to his life and work? We can think of few that, in this
respect, would come close, particularly in such a relatively short period of time following
the publication of their work. So, as John Cook’s subtitle suggests, what remains
undiscovered about Wittgenstein do ...
(en) corps sonore: jean-luc nancy`s `sonotropism`
... At the end of Jean-Luc Nancy’s extended essay, À l’écoute (2002), we ﬁnd a short
coda based on his reading of Titian’s painting Venus and Cupid with an Organist.2
This musical tableau depicts an organist gazing at a nude Venus; she appears to
pay him no attention, instead attending to Cupid who is ...
Univocity and Analogy: A Comparative Study of Gilbert
... Perhaps the most interesting development of the issue can be found in Michael
Murray's article entitled “Heidegger and Ryle: Two Versions of Phenomenology”.
In this piece, against which I am arguing here, Murray locates what he perceives
to be “a substantial affinity between their works.”5 While I d ...
Kafka and Brentano - Buffalo Ontology Site
... As a result of the work of intellectual historians of recent decades we now have what can claim to be
a more or less adequate understanding of that complex cultural entity which was fin-de-siècle Vienna.2 The
outburst of intellectual energy which is encountered in the works of Weininger, Wittgenste ...
... I accept all of these pragmatist claims about the distinctiveness and basicness of
ordinary hermeneutic understanding of discursive performances and their products. But
this pragmatist line of thought does not entail that many aspects of discursive practice
might not also be susceptible to understan ...
Heidegger`s Method: Philosophical Concepts as Formal Indications
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Fourth Person. From the Impersonal to the Unavailable
... philosophy of life, in my modest opinion, does not succeed in escaping the
metaphysical tradition whose main features I have attempted to outline. Thus,
his generous reference to me at the end of Living Thought has to be framed
by a brief comment. Esposito claims that: «If life should not be postpos ...
GEORGE HERBERT MEAD AS AN EMPIRICALLY RESPONSIBLE
... social sciences are concerned, I think that the pioneering Mead scholar Hans Joas (1997: 266)
has defined the situation well:
Despite his considerable interest in the social sciences, Mead never dreamed of
becoming a sociologist. As he was elevated since his death into a classical
figure in the disc ...
Introspecting in the Twentieth Century
... apparently scorching critique of the use of introspection within psychology during the first
part of the century, and the continued and relatively easy-going use of introspection in
philosophical theorizing. One suggestion might be that psychologists and philosophers were
engaged in something like p ...
Proposal for Progress
... includes a pivotal moment in the development of a philosophy of progress through
Hegelian dialectic. Indeed, I hope to prove that a critique of a specifically Hegelian
philosophy of history illuminates this paradox about the conceptualisation of future
crisis. The critique reveals crisis to be somet ...
Philosophy in Canada
The study and teaching of philosophy in Canada date from the time of New France. There has since developed no particular ""Canadian"" school of philosophy. Rather, Canadian philosophers have reflected particular views of established European and later American schools of philosophical thought, be it Thomism, Objective Idealism, or Scottish Common Sense Realism. Since the mid-twentieth century the depth and scope of philosophical activity in Canada has increased dramatically. This article focuses on the evolution of epistemology, logic, the philosophy of mind, metaphysics, ethics and metaethics, and continental philosophy in Canada.