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Reason and Existenz; five lectures.

Autor: Karl Jaspers
Editorial: [New York], [Noonday Press], [1955]
Edición/Formato:   Libro : Inglés (eng)Ver todas las ediciones y todos los formatos
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The intent of Jaspers' philosophizing then is simply to recall us to our authentic situation. This recall is not itself a doctrine; it is only the stimulus to an inward action each must perform for himself in communication with others. Jaspers' Existenz-philosophy is thus an attempt to consider and enact human honesty; it is philosophy, not as wisdom, but as the love of wisdom.
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Formato físico adicional: Online version:
Jaspers, Karl, 1883-1969.
Reason and Existenz.
[New York, Noonday Press, 1955]
(OCoLC)610134677
Persona designada: Søren Kierkegaard; Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche; Søren Kierkegaard; Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
Tipo de documento: Libro/Texto
Todos autores / colaboradores: Karl Jaspers
Número OCLC: 311264
Descripción: 157 pages 22 cm
Contenido: First lecture : origin of the contemporary philosophic situation (the historical meaning of Kierkegaard and Nietzsche) --
Second through fourth lectures : basic ideas for the clarification of reason and Existenz: --
Second lecture: the encompassing --
Third lecture: truth as communicability --
Fourth lecture: priority and limits of rational thinking --
Fifth lecture : possibilities for contemporary philosophizing.
Otros títulos: Vernunft und Existenz.
Responsabilidad: Translated with an introd. by William Earle.

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The intent of Jaspers' philosophizing then is simply to recall us to our authentic situation. This recall is not itself a doctrine; it is only the stimulus to an inward action each must perform for himself in communication with others. Jaspers' Existenz-philosophy is thus an attempt to consider and enact human honesty; it is philosophy, not as wisdom, but as the love of wisdom.

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