In fact, existential phenomena rely on real-time activities, both outside and inside, activities that unfold at many different timescales. ... Human activities, not unlike the simultaneous activities that 34 Marc van der Erve │ True World.
Author: Marc Van Der Erve
Publisher: The Future of Society
An original and prudent interpreter, van der Erve identifies a new era in which man will adopt another image of reality as a precondition for progress and peace in an increasingly complex society.
A prime example of this strategy appears in Twilight of the Idols, when Nietzsche deconstructs the opposition between the true world and the apparent world. In the final stage of this deconstruction, Nietzsche writes: 6. The true world ...
Author: Alan Schrift
First published in 1991. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
(5) By supporting and participating in the ongoing global (or any serious unjust institutional) order, the relatively ... That is, since the relatively affluent do not constitute a collectivity with agency, it is not true that the ...
Author: A. Follesdal
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
1 2 Andreas Follesdal and Thomas Pogge 1 The Norwegian Centre for Human Rights at the Faculty of Law and ARENA Centre for 2 European Studies, University of Oslo; Philosophy, Columbia University, New York, and Oslo University; Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics, Australian National University, Canberra This volume discusses principles of global justice, their normative grounds, and the social institutions they require. Over the last few decades an increasing number of philosophers and political theorists have attended to these morally urgent, politically confounding and philosophically challenging topics. Many of these scholars came together September 11–13, 2003, for an international symposium where first versions of most of the present chapters were discussed. A few additional chapters were solicited to provide a broad and critical range of perspectives on these issues. The Oslo Symposium took Thomas Pogge’s recent work in this area as its starting point, in recognition of his long-standing academic contributions to this topic and of the seminars on moral and political philosophy he has taught since 1991 under the auspices of the Norwegian Research Council. Pogge’s opening remarks — “What is Global Justice?” — follow below, before brief synopses of the various contributions.
He lives in a nonexistent world, which is made by copying everything in heaven and earth - the real world. He suffers because he tries to make ... Man cannot live in the true world, because he lives a life of his conceptions and habits.
Author: Woo Myung
Publisher: Cham books
The book introduces that the ideal world in people’s dream can be accomplished. By subtracting human mind, one can return to the original nature, the everlasting world of happiness. The author presents the way for people to be free from burden of their mind and to be in peace.
Author: Mark S. McLeod-HarrisonPublish On: 2009-11-10
Goodman speaks of true world-versions he speaks of G-worlds being made, and thus realities created. This ambiguity can lead to errors in interpreting Goodman, for when he speaks of a true world-version it is natural to think he speaks ...
Author: Mark S. McLeod-Harrison
Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
A vigorous defence of a radical ontological pluralism that requires theism and is consistent with traditional Christianity.
Global Forces, Local Circumstances, and Sustainable Solutions Mr Peter McManners ... problem of international finance is that the world has an interconnected financial system but no true world financial authority or world central bank.
Author: Mr Peter McManners
Publisher: Gower Publishing, Ltd.
Category: Business & Economics
Over the last three decades the world economy has grown strongly on the back of 'globalization' supported by the policies of free-trade, open markets and privatisation. Support has also grown for the concept of 'sustainability', meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. But as the Earth's systems come under increasing strain, the inherent conflict between sustainability and globalization has been exposed. Green Outcomes in a Real World examines the shift in thinking required to reconcile these two important areas of policy. In this ground breaking book, Peter McManners has coined the term 'Proximization' to define a new policy framework. The principles of Proximization are: 'sustainability', 'subsidiarity', 'primacy of the state' and 'market economics' and the application of these familiar concepts towards a sustainable globalised world is novel and different. The author argues that adherence to the principles of proximization will return world society to a stable natural order, and will mean changes. Global commodity flows will reduce and barriers to migration will increase. National governments will demand more control over their finances leading to restrictions on capital flows. Indeed, Peter believes that an element of 'selfish determination' is needed. The new world order will be sustainable by design. Global organisations such as the UN, national governments and global corporations will have to understand and apply a different paradigm. The arguments in this book do not reflect the idealism or even naivety of some of the green movement. This book is about hard-edged reality presented by an author with huge experience and a deep understanding of the business perspective. It will appeal to a wide range of professionals involved in setting policy and future direction for businesses, governments, and non-governmental bodies, as well as to those with an academic interest in business, economics, social and environmental issues, and public policy.
Just as the philosopher who posits a " true " world is unable to escape from error , but merely adds one error to another , so the artist finds herself in the same position . In the final section of “ Reason ' in Philosophy ...
Author: Wayne Klein
Publisher: SUNY Press
This book questions the consensus about the meaning and importance of Nietzsche's philosophy that has developed in the United States and Britain during the last thirty years and reestablishes close reading as the ground of interpretation. Arguing that there is greater continuity in Nietzsche's thought than is usually recognized, Klein focuses particularly on the genesis and nature of Nietzsche's theory of language and rhetoric, exploring the relationship between his early theory of language, expressed in The Birth of Tragedy, and the canonical writings of the late 1880s. This book is united by the conviction that Nietzsche's understanding of language is an essential part of his thought, and that whatever their explicit themes, Nietzsche's texts constitute a sustained reflection on the nature of reading and writing, which forces the reader to put into question conventional views about how philosophical texts should be interpreted.
Although the allegory presents the true world as attainable, the gap between the apparent world and the true world is opened, and it becomes increasingly unbridgeable as the stages of history progress. The second stage Nietzsche marks ...
Author: Sam Mickey
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
On the Verge of a Planetary Civilization: A Philosophy of Integral Ecology draws on the work of Gilles Deleuze, and his contemporaries and successors, in order to explore the ecological problems facing our globally interconnected civilization.
The true world attainable for the sage , the pious , the virtuous man ; he lives in it , he is it . . " Here Plato's thought has not yet become Platonism . There is no explicit dichotomy yet between man's world and a world beyond it .
Author: Daniel Chapelle
Publisher: SUNY Press
This book presents a reading of the Nietzschean thought of the eternal return of all things and relates it to Freud's psychoanalysis of the repetition compulsion. Nietzsche's eternal return and Freud's repetition compulsion have never before been so seriously compared. The manner in which this study is executed is drastically different from usual Nietzsche scholarship and Freud studies. Chapelle works with his material until it acquires archetypal levels of significance, even while the level of everyday life experience is never abandoned. He returns the theory and practice of psychologizing and philosophizing to the old ground of imaginative poetic and ultimately mythic thought.
What is it that cannot but have been done in and through the abolition of the true world? The true world we have abolished: What world has remained? the apparent one [die scheinbare] perhaps? ... But no! with the true world we have also ...
Author: John Sallis
Publisher: Indiana University Press
Since Hegel, philosophers have declared repeatedly that metaphysics is at an end, a pronouncement that has sparked much contemporary philosophical debate. What exactly does the end, or closure, of metaphysics mean, and what are the implications of this view? John Sallis characterizes the end of metaphysics as a limit, or horizon, both enclosing metaphysical thought and opening the field of thinking beyond it. He elaborates five areas in which the boundaries of thinking are extended: imagination as an opening power, the radicalizing of phenomenology's injunction to attend to the things themselves, Heidegger's shift of thinking toward an opening or clearing, archaic closure through a return to Plato and Heraclitus, and the nonidentity that takes place in the act of delimitation. This last question is developed in relation to Husserl's project of a pure phenomenology, to the debate between hermeneutics and deconstruction, and to the secluding of ground announced in Schelling's thought.