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|Macaulay, Thomas B. There is no philosophy without the art of ignoring |
objections. - Maistre, Joseph De Philosophy stands in the same relation to the
study of the actual world as masturbation to sexual love. - Marx, Karl The
philosophers have ...
|Philosophers of Western Civilization Carol A. Dingle. Without doubt God is the |
universal moving force, but each being is moved according to the nature that God
has given it. ... There is no philosophy without the art of ignoring objections.
|Joseph De Maistre There is no philosophy without the art of ignoring objections. |
Joseph De Maistre He who knows how to be poor knows everything. Jules
Michelet You are one of the forces of nature. Jules Michelet The great recipe for ...
|Maistre, Joseph De There is no philosophy without the art of ignoring objections. |
- Maistre, Joseph De It is one of man's curious idiosyncrasies to create difficulties
for the pleasure of resolving them. - Maistre, Joseph De Wherever an altar is ...
|Ignore. Urgent. Problems. If. You. Suspect. They. May. Go. Away. There is no |
philosophy without the art ofignoring objections. —Joseph DeMaistre Most
neophyte executives assume that every crises condition remains a crises or even
|the lines", at another juncture, introducing analysis of the role of a philosophical "|
establishment" by way of ... to differ essentially from the discourse of history, from
that of the natural and social sciences, and not least, of philosophy. ... The
objections may be raised that in stressing the written texts of philosophy I ignore
a major part of philosophical discourse — 22 PHILOSOPHY AND THE ART OF
|But there is quite another use of literary fiction in ethical thought we need to |
consider. ... What she thinks traditional moral philosophy ignores are the different
formal possibilities created by literary styles that are in no sense ... They relate to
ethical ideas not by saying or telling (however deeply interpreted they need to be
) but by showing and being. ... distinctions, arguments, and objections, and this
purpose is best served by philosophical texts and, as McGinn argues, by literary
|This argument, then, states that dialectic is a non-scientific activity which should |
not be confused with philosophy, although ... To the first of these inferences it
may be objected that the argument in Y2 no more shows that there is a proper
way of ... of e.g. predictive astronomy would show that there is a proper way of
practising astrology (i.e. the art as it was conceived ... to argue from the distinction
between philosophy and dialectic that there is no proper way of doing dialectic is
to ignore ...
|But it all this is true, if sport no less than art can allow us to 'tarry' and thereby |
taste eternity, why is art to be valued distinctly from sport, or even as better than
sport? One answer would be that we have so far ignored the symbolic character
of art. ... A symbol, although it represents, does not direct us beyond itself, as do
other forms of representation. ... If both Gadamer's analysis and the subsequent
argument are convincing, there is a conflict here with the widespread belief that
art is of ...
|identity of the work as of its author, the maximizer should ignore the many bizarre |
meanings that might be permitted and ... Taken individually and according to the
relevant conventions, it is true that there is often not much wriggle room over ...
This initially plausible objection underestimates the richness of literature,