cendent position turns the access to the world into a question . This seems to run
counter to the very point in placing subjectivity in the centre : to let subjectivity
appear as the centre , or the Archimedean point , for understanding the world .
Author: Arne Grøn
Publisher: Mohr Siebeck
"The book has its origins in a conference entitled "Subjectivity and Transcendence," which was held at the Danish National Research Foundation: Center for Subjectivity Research, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, in November 2003... However, the book is not a conference proceedings volume"--Pref.
1.2 PRIVILEGED ACCESS AND MINIMAL CONTENT The asymmetrical access
we have to our own thoughts is sometimes referred to as privileged access. Many
different conceptions of the latter have been advanced, but two general reasons ...
Author: Nicholas Georgalis
In this monograph Nicholas Georgalis further develops his important work on minimal content, recasting and providing novel solutions to several of the fundamental problems faced by philosophers of language. His theory defends and explicates the importance of ‘thought-tokens’ and minimal content and their many-to-one relation to linguistic meaning, challenging both ‘externalist’ accounts of thought and the solutions to philosophical problems of language they inspire. The concepts of idiolect, use, and statement made are critically discussed, and a classification of kinds of utterances is developed to facilitate the latter. This is an important text for those interested in current theories and debates on philosophy of mind, philosophy of language, and their points of intersection.
It assumes that there is a single golden standard of what directness amounts to,
and that a direct access to one's own mental life constitutes the standard against
which everything else has to be measured. In other contexts, however, Husserl ...
Author: Roland Breeur
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
This book contains essays written by eminent phenomenologists & scholars closely related to R. Bernet, a person and a philosopher (colleagues, friends and collaborators, former students). The intellectual and worldwide authority of R. Bernet's work is well represented by the list of contributors, as well as by the content of their chapters. In a sense, this volume is a good indication of the importance of Bernet's own books, articles and classes. The editors have chosen to concentrate the contributions on what could be estimated to be one of the three major themes of his philosophical itinerary: life, seen from a phenomenological point of view, its relation to subjectivity, experiences and consciousness, and both seen as the ground for an original reflection on art (paintings).
This book explores the conceptual and practical connections that exist between phenomenology, Buddhism, and psychotherapy.
Author: Cesar Ojeda
This book explores the conceptual and practical connections that exist between phenomenology, Buddhism, and psychotherapy. These three disciplines clearly have completely different origins, histories, conceptualizations and academic environments and, at first blush, there seems to be no real bond between them. However, this book shows that there are connections between these diverse approaches, but they have the peculiar character of being latent and hidden. Thus, phenomenology and the practice of mindfulness share a similar, though perhaps not explicit, goal: to exclude the ego. Notwithstanding this connection, they approach this task from quite separate roads, each of which conceals this implicit goal, giving the impression that both disciplines are irreducible and disconnected, as if they were completely distinct and closed systems.
I take up this project of re - thinking realism in terms of registration most explicitly
in the second half of “ Victorian Interiors " : in my consideration of physiology as a
model for fictional access to subjectivity ( chapter three ) , and my examination ...
subject. We can accept as 'immediate' either the one (capable of) experiencing
qualia or the T who happens to be in charge ... feelings and perceptions makes
controversial the scenario of subjectivity and immediacy in the access to one's
Author: Maksim Stamenov
Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing
The focus of this collective volume is on the mutual determination of language structure, discourse patterns and the accessibility to consciousness of mental contents of different types of organization and complexity. The contributions address the following problems, among others: the history of the interpretation of conscious and unconscious mind in the theoretical discourse of modern linguistics; the determination of the structure of consciousness by the grammatical structure; the levels of access of grammatical and lexical information to consciousness; the development of cognitive complexity and control in ontogeny; pathologies of consciousness access in discourse comprehension and production; the cognitive contextual prerequisites for the representation of meaning in consciousness; the relationships between language structure and qualia in the phenomenology of experience; the dialogical structure of intentionality and meaning representation, etc. (Series B)
... the shift consciousness becomes at first a dark and secluded realm to which
they seek a mediated access—-at least in ... The structural and post-structural
methodological shifts dispense with the individual . subject--and by implication,
Subject access in this paper refers not to these identifying factors , however , but
to the content of the work , or what is represented . Subject access to objects in
artistic collections is distinct from ethnology and history collections in the degree
Author: Steven Blake Shubert
Publisher: National Library of Canada = Bibliothèque nationale du Canada
Author: Gabriel Gideon Hillel MotzkinPublish On: 1982
world immanent to subjectivity and then had seen subjectivity as the locus of an
immanence . For Lask subjectivity is in a curious way immanent to the world , but
we can see that this does not mean that the world is immanent to subjectivity .
( a ) The access of individuals , in particular of women , to the various
professional sectors is not simply a function of taste , but is affected by social and
structural influences which interact with personal tastes : at present , there seems
to be more ...
Author: Roberta Mura
Publisher: Canadian Research Institute for the Advancement of Women = Institut canadien de recherches sur les femmes
59 As have seen , the res cogitans plays this role as a consequence of a prior
dualism concerning pure intellect as the access to pure body . Since cogitans
may turn out to be a mode of body , and given the fact that Meditation II denies it
Author: Walter Soffer
The past two decades have witnessed a flourishing of studies on Descartes by English language commentators. The focus of attention has been the Meditations, which continues to be regarded as the Archimedian point of Cartesian philosophy. The schism that has characterized the history of Cartesian scholarship persists throughout this most recent revival of interest in Descartes. The fundamental issue continues to be the question concerning the sincerity or insincerity of Descartes' theological metaphysics.
This supports our interaction with the world and provide us with an experience of
an objective , unmediated access to the ... Distorting or unfocused images will
block such an experience and highlight the subjective and mediated aspects of
Author: Ib Bondebjerg
Publisher: JOHN LIBBEY PUBLISHING
Category: Performing Arts
Since the rise of cinema in 1896, moving images have been of increased importance in the construction of culture and society and for the ways in which we interact with reality and with each other. With the coming of television on a global mass scale in the 1960's and the birth of computers and the information society in the 1980's, we are right now in an expanding and changing culture highly influenced by visual media.
Humiliation and insults also often came from other villages that had started
protecting forests and restricted the access of others . 12 Kesharpur is a pioneer
village in terms of forest protection in Nayagarh district . It forms the nucleus of an
The relationship between memory and history would appear to turn upon the access to subjectivity on the part of the speaker : in a ( post - ) colonial context ,
securing the status of the memory of the dominated within history is deeply
Author: Joyce C. Harte
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Pub
Category: Literary Criticism
This groundbreaking anthology represents the critical inquiry of literary scholars into the trope of loss and mourning in the work of women writers from the Caribbean archipelago. There is a great deal of recent scholarly interest in the relationship of loss and mourning yet there are no books specifically devoted to an examination of this trope in the works of Caribbean women writers. To fill this gap, this collection of original essays examines subjects that encompass the brutality of slavery, oppressive dictatorships, AIDS, and the catastrophe of the Mount Pele volcano that appear in the writings of women from the English, Spanish and French speaking Caribbean. It is an important addition to the contemporary discourse on loss and mourning. The project is an exciting and vital one because it brings together a multiplicity of perspectives and critical approaches to examine the works of writers such as Jean Rhys, Jamaica Kincaid, Julia Alvarez and Maryse Cond. What emerges is a complex portrait of loss, mourning and remembrance that both enriches and challenges customary discourses of loss, mourning and melancholia.
qualified as a subject of the state . ... First , although the particular organization of
state system excludes ordinary people ' s access and instead favors access of
certain dominant groups of people such as male higher status officers , big ...
Author: International Wittgenstein Symposium (27 : 2004 : Kirchberg am Wechsel)Publish On: 2005
... transparent to the introspective awareness of its subject ; the access of subjectivity to the rest of the world becomes correspondingly problematic in a
way that has familiar manifestations in the mainstream of post - Cartesian
Author: International Wittgenstein Symposium (27 : 2004 : Kirchberg am Wechsel)
... in the formation of Cuban nationality ? In other words , if power and the access to subjectivity as well as the lack thereof are couched in sexualized language
which leaves women out of the equation , where do women fit into this process ?
Narration, Representation, Subjectivity Shlomith Rimmon-Kenan, Šûlammît
Rimmôn-Qênān ... narration ” ( the act or process of telling ) , but his
narrativization , like my narration , is seen as the only access to what is otherwise
Author: Shlomith Rimmon-Kenan
Category: Literary Criticism
Rimmon-Kenan (Hebrew U.-Jerusalem) asserts that responsible talk about representation and subjectivity is possible despite the poststructuralist destabilization of the concepts. She explains how by looking at 20th-century narratives that have taken the concepts as their themes, in particular Faulkner's Absalom, Nabokov's The Real Life of Sebastian Knight, Brooke-Rose's Thru, Beckett's Company, and Morrison's Beloved. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
SUBJECTIVE POSSIBILITY : THE PROBLEM OF ACCESS Granted that a
transcendental philosophy is logically possible and also that there is a broad -
spectrum method that opens up the transcendental domain of subjectivity for our
Author: Edward S. Casey
Publisher: Suny Press
"Selected bibliography of writings by William Earle": p. 211-213. Includes index.