The Life of the Mind: Thinking
Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1978 - Broj stranica: 258
A distinguished modern philosopher's analysis of man's mental activity illuminates ways in which events in the world of appearances cause the mind to reflect and clarifies the relation between will and freedom
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Still , it was Plato who first remarked that the philosopher appears to those who do not do philosophy as though he were pursuing death , 21 and it was Zeno , the founder of Stoicism , who , still in the same century , reported that the ...
The very fact that there have always - at least since Parmenides - been men who chose this way of life deliberately without being candidates for suicide shows that this sense of an affinity with death does not come from the thinking ...
In the Phaedo it reverses all relationships : men , who naturally shun death as the greatest of evils , are now turning to it as the greatest good . All of this is of course spoken with tongue in cheek - or , more academically , it is ...
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THE LIFE OF THE MIND: Vol. I; Thinking. Vol. II; WillingIzvješće korisnika/ca - Kirkus
This book may sound forbidding, but do not be dissuaded, for it is a majestic work of deep humility and earnestness, and radiant imagination. Since it consists of Arendt's Gifford Lectures (1973-74 ... Pročitajte cijelu recenziju
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