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|All philosophers have the common fault that they start from man in his present |
state and hope to attain their end by an analysis of him. ... But everything has
evolved; there are no eternal facts, as there are likewise no absolute truths.
|It is for this reason that the human being is not an aeterna veritas, and what is |
true of the human being is true of everything else. Thus, Nietzsche concludes the
section with the claim that there are no eternal facts, no absolute truths (HH 2).
|They will not learn that man has become, that the faculty of cognition has become |
. . . everything has become: there are no eternal facts, just as there are no
absolute truths” (HAH, I/2). Moreover, if the real world is contradictory and pluralis
- tic, ...
|Even when limited to contemporaneity, then, evaluation of the truth of an |
assertion never carries us beyond the present tense ... everything has come to be
(alles aber ist geworden); there are no eternal facts, just as there are no absolute
|It is a changing world, in constant movement; if there is no transcendent world |
there can be no absolute truth, either: "everything has become: there are no
eternal facts [Tatsachen], just as there are no absolute truths."120 Thus there is
|There are no eternal facts, just as there are no absolute truths. Consequentlywhat |
is needed from now on is historical philosophizing.16 Rorty thinks that there is no
truth, not because all we believe is false, but because the idea of truth makes ...
|Lack of historical sense is the family failing of all philosophers ... there are no |
eternal facts, just as there are no absolute truths.6 He understands that some
propositions become embedded in language and common sense and earn the ...
|Christian philosopher Merold Westphal observes that modernism was |
characterized by the quest for (a) absolute certainty (think of ... Thus, as Friedrich
Nietzsche argued, "There are no eternal facts, just as there are no absolute truths
."7 Truth ...
|The risky undertaking of searching for truths gives rise to both truths and errors, |
which are inseparable from the historical ... between thought and reality; "
everything has become: there are no eternal facts, just as there are no absolute
Thomas Kerth, George C. Schoolfield - 1996 - Preview
|If it is true that everything has evolved and that there are neither eternal facts nor |
absolute truths, the professor of classics is too familiar with his texts .not to realize
the long- lasting effect of old ideas or of their revival and reappearance in new ...