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|“There is no philosophy without the art of ignoring objections.” - Joseph de |
Maistre I look at it like this. You can either live your dreams or live your fears. If
you look around you today, and perhaps at yourself, you'll notice majority of
people are ...
|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.
|- 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
|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 ...
|Let us rather repeat that there is no philosophy without the art of ignoring |
objections, otherwise mathematics itself would be shaken. I must admit that,
when one thinks of certain intellectual mysteries, one's head whirls a little. Yet it is
possible to ...
|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
|identity of the work as of its author, the maximizer should ignore the many bizarre |
meanings that might be permitted and ... as long as there are no defeaters
indicating that these ''default'' meanings are not appropriate in the particular
context in ... Its obsession with merit licenses too few interpretations as legitimate.
24 This initially plausible objection underestimates the richness of literature,
|The first part of the volume contains the Philosophy of the State, which is not less |
valuable although not so well known. ... The work is practically an apologia ; and
there are traces of the author's intention all through it. ... here, again, ignoring an
important fact — that Christianity has done more to create and foster these modes
of thought and ideas than any ... It is open to the same objections as the latter —
the principal one being that the " Person without " which it gives us is not fully ...
|I, however, believe that we will be doing him a greater service if we do not |
encourage him further in this direction. ... attempt to recuperate German and
French sociology for the English-speaking world, there is no mention of Simmel.
He says further that his studies of art ''are not well known by art historians and
critics,'' just as his work in the philosophy of history is ignored ... (''now we will not
only learn something; we will carry it forward''), tend to die away without leaving
important (or at ...
|Rather, he has implied that art belongs to the genus of complex, coordinated, |
communicative practices, and he has ... Undoubtedly, such an analysis is not
without interest. But it is not what disputants in the conversation of analytic
philosophy expected in the name of a definition. ... It points in the direction of a
social framework for artmaking that many philosophers may have heretofore
ignored. ... Needless to say, such failures do not prove that there is no essential
definition of art.