Aviation Factfile - Concept Aircraft by Jim Winchester

By Jim Winchester

Aviation Factfile - notion airplane КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: Grange Books Серия: The Aviation Factfile Язык: English Объём: 258 Формат: pdfРазмер: 142.0 mb часть 1 часть 2 часть three eighty five

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G Brief examination of some of Dewey's writings, however, will afford ample evidence that he does violence to the intent and the insights of his own philosophy in attempting to 9 Dewey, Philosophy and Civilization, p. 14. 48 HISTORY AND ANTI-HISTORY IN PHILOSOPHY avoid the multiple ambiguities of "pragmatic" by thus restricting its meaning to the context of scientific experiment. John Dewey. Nurtured on Kant, Darwin, Comte, Hegel, and Spencer, Dewey in his mature work concludes that the social is the most inclusive philosophic category.

Collective philosophies are either epigonisms, and therefore dead, or not philosophical at all, being only commonplaces or shared opinions. Nobody is able to repeat another's philosophy. He would kill it by not really thinking it. If a philosopher were able to have exactly the same thoughts as another who was their inventor, he would be superfluous as a philosopher, although he might be useful as an interpreter. e. true systematic philosophy, is the contrary of a Oil the Unity 0/ Systematic Philosophy and History 0/ Philosophy 27 collective repetition of one synthesis; it is a history of irreducible differences' discussions and polemics without end, notwithstanding a fundamental congeniality of the participants.

In thus subjecting the powers of mind to scientific analysis, pragmatism marks a new stage in the naturalization of interpretation initiated by the Absolute's temporal externalization. One consequence of this naturalizing of interpretation theory is its tendency to eliminate the conception of thought-structure, or cluster of meanings, introduced by the social and historical emphasis of Hegel and Marx. For if the conditions of interpretation are biological, meanings can fall only into constellations which are determined by basic biological function.

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