The Notion of Being, Modern Trend-a Commentary on Lonergan's Insight, Chapter 12, Section 7, Latter Portion

Philosophy and Culture 36 (6):117-134 (2009)

Metaphysics in modern times to reflect the interpretation of the theory, Lang found that many modern philosophers Nepalese roots trapped within a preset error - the equivalent to the sensory perception to make a good watch, resulting in the formation of modern times not only the distortion on the theory of knowledge, but also constitute the destruction of metaphysics. In reflecting upon the development of modern metaphysical theories up to the time of Hegel, Lonergan emphasizes the fact that many of the modern philosophers are obsessed by the hypothesis that knowing is equivalent to taking a good look, thus resulting in a disaster in modern philosophy not only in the field of epistemology but also in that of metaphysics
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