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Noetics : the science of thinking and knowing

Author: Lawrence Krader; Cyril Levitt
Publisher: New York : Peter Lang, ©2010.
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Lawrence Krader; Cyril Levitt
ISBN: 9781433107627 1433107627
OCLC Number: 468233033
Description: lxi, 640 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction: On Intellection and the Intellectuals ----
Part I. Noetic Science. 1. The Scienee of Noetics ---
2. Noetic Science. Principles ---
Part II. On the Question of Progress in Noesis. 1. Natural and Human Science ---
2. Taxonomie and Mathematical Science; On the Question of Progress in Philosophy ---
3. Science and Common Sense ---
A Note on History of Science, Ancient and Modem ---
The History of Science as a Problem of Noesis and of Noetics ---
External and Internal Factors in the Rise of Science ----
Part III. Philosophy of Science as a Problem of Noesis and Noetics. 1. Science and Philosophy of Science as Working Out of Systems, Methods and Patterns ---
2. Reductionism as a Problem in Science and the Philosophy of Science ---
3. Argument and Logic ---
4. Psychologism, and Some Further Thoughts about Logic and Paradoxes ---
5. On Formal and Substantial Paradoxes; Insolubilia ---
6. Philosophy and Science as the Measure ---
7. Causes and Conditions of Phenomena ---
8. On Meaning ---
9. Theory of the Word ---
10. Semantics and Intellection ---
11. Human Uni versals, Universal Grammar ----
Part IV. Noesis and Society. 1. Noesis and Society: A. ---
2. Noesis and Society: B. ---
3. Objectivity and Subjectivity ---
4. Noesis and Society. C. Civil Society ---
4. Noesis and Society: D. Professionalization of Knowledge ---
5. Self and Identity. Persona. Remembering and Forgetting ---
6. World Views, Fictions, and Obiter Dicta ---
7. Figurative Discourse ---
8. Aisthesis and Noesis ---
9. On Imitation ----
Appendix A: Archeology of Noesis Based on the Evidence of Language and Fable ---
Appendix B: Spinoza's Distinction between Internal and External Mental Processes.520Noetics is Lawrence Krader's magnum opus, which he began while still an undergraduate philosophy major at the City College of New York in the 1930s. By examining the architectonics of some of the greatest thinkers in history --
Aristotle, Plato, Descartes, Leibniz, Spinoza, Kant, Hegel, and Husserl among others --
as works of art combining myth, speculation and empirical science, Krader tackles one of the central problems of the philosophy of science: what is science and how does it relate to human thinking and knowing more generally. Building on his theories concerning the different orders of nature adumbrated in his Labor and Value (2003), he follows not only the lines of development of the three fields of science corresponding to three orders of nature (material, quantum, and human) but also examines the development of all three as human processes and products. Krader takes up the relations of thinking and knowing in conjunction with emotions, feelings and judgment and examines the processes of abstraction as one of the key and unique features of human being and knowing. He proposes noetics as a science of thinking and knowing and establishes its relation to the natural sciences, the human sciences, and the arts. The breadth and depth of Krader's scholarship is stunning and evokes Spinoza's thought that "all things excellent are as difficult as they are rare." --
Back cover.
Responsibility: Lawrence Krader ; Cyril Levitt, editor.

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