Originally published in 1938, this book examines the meaning of the word 'intuition'. Wild considers many different applications of the word in a variety of poetic and philosophical sources, and questions whether or not such a faculty truly can be said to exist. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in intuition and the implications of such a word's usage.
This volume contains the final portion of Ingarden's extensive treatment of the existence of the external world. Entitled Welt und Bewußtsein, it is divided into four chapters: "Das Problem der Identität eines individuellen zeitlich bedingten Gegenstandes," "Die Form eines Seinsgebietes und die Form der Welt," "Das Problem der Form des reinen Bewußtseins," and "Anwendung der gewonnenen formal-ontologischen Ergebnisse auf das Problem der Existenz der Welt." The plan of the work calls for a third part, material ontology, as the systematic complement (...) to Pt. I, existential ontology, and Pt. II, formal ontology. In this volume, therefore, the problem is not resolved, although Ingarden has reduced the statements of the alternative solutions to just two—H. C. (shrink)
The Latin text is established from the first edition of the Epistola and Hollis' edition. Since the author regards Popple's English translation, which is here edited and reprinted en regard, as having been supervised and approved by Locke himself, it is taken to be as authoritative as the Latin and accordingly is used in establishing the Latin text. The translation is established from its first and second editions. Montuori has not always indicated his departures from Locke's spelling and punctuation, although (...) the pagination of the collated texts is indicated in the margin. Locke's second and third Letters Concerning Toleration are not reprinted here.—H. C. (shrink)
Through this choral tribute to Domenico Jervolino we hope to have reconstructed the breadth of his philosophical interests, his theoretical lines but above all the bonds of friendship and esteem that over the years have intertwined-in high Ricoeurian style-between several Italian and International figures. For this reason, this is a ‘choral’ remembrance and homage, a way of witnessing the esteem towards the scholar with whom interest and reflections have been shared over the years, in the conviction that to germinate them, (...) they need to be share and participated among those who have a common vocation. A vocation that seeks in History, in Psychoanalysis, in the texts, places where to meet men and try to build together “shared worlds”, for others to inherit, within an infinite thread of interpretations. (shrink)
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