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Structure and Diversity

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FOUNDATIONALISM IN PHILOSOPHY n his autobiographical work, The Education of Henry Adams, this I brooding and disillusioned offspring of American presidents confronted, at age sixty, his own perplexity concerning the new scientific world-view that was emerging at the end of the century. He noted that the unity of things, long guaranteed morally by the teachings of Christianity and scientifically by the Newtonian world-view, was being challenged by a newer vision of things that found only incomprehensible multiplicity at the root of the world: What happened if one dropped the sounder into the ab yss-let it go-frankly gave up Unity altogether? What was Unity? Why was one to be forced to affirm it? Here every body flatly refused help. . . . [Adams] got out his Descartes again; dipped into his Hume and Berkeley; wrestled anew with his Kant; pondered solemnly over his Hegel and Scho penhauer and Hartmann; strayed gaily away with his Greeks-all merely to ask what Unity meant, and what happened when one denied it. Apparently one never denied it. Every philosopher, whether sane or insane, naturally af firmed it. I Adams, then approaching with heavy pessimism a new century, felt instinc tively that, were one to attack the notion of unity, the entire edifice of human knowledge would quickly collapse. For understanding requires the unification of apparently different phenomena.

Explores foundational concepts of Scheler's phenomenological philosophy. This book is the contribution to the phenomenological aspects of Scheler's philosophy since EW Ranly's Scheler's "Phenomenology of Community", published in 1966.

Introduction: Foundationalism in Philosophy. 1. The Starting-Point: The Natural Standpoint. 2. The Nature of Cognition. 3. The A Priori and the Order of Foundation. 4. The Concept of Essence. 5. The Material Ethics of Value. 6. The Order of Values and Its Perversion. 7. Value-Based Ethics and Ethics of Rules. 8. The Person. 9. The Phenomenology of Love and Hate. 10. Sympathy and the Sphere of Mitwelt. 11. The Philosophy of Religion. 12. Metaphysical Horizons: Spirit and Life. 13. Philosophical Anthropology. 14. The Future of Humankind. Bibliography. Index.

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Titre: Structure and Diversity
Code EAN: 9780792344926
ISBN: 978-0-7923-4492-6
Format: Livre Relié
Editeur: Springer Netherlands
Genre: Philosophie
nombre de pages: 254
Poids: 553g
Taille: H19mm x B242mm x T162mm
Année: 1997
Auflage: 1997

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