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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By contrast , neither willing nor judging , though dependent on thought's preliminary reflection upon their objects , is ever caught up in these reflections ; their objects are particulars with an established home in the appearing world ...
The faculty of judging particulars ( as brought to light by Kant ) , the ability to say “ this is wrong , ” “ this is beautiful , ” and so on , is not the same as the faculty of thinking . Thinking deals with invisibles ...
Editor's Postface longest , was to occupy the first , and the second was to contain Willing and Judging . As she told friends , she counted on Judgment to be much shorter than the other two . She also used to say that she expected it to ...
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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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