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Author: Karl Jaspers
Publisher: Chicago : University of Chicago Press, [1969-71]
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Jaspers, Karl, 1883-1969.
Philosophy.
Chicago, University of Chicago Press [1969-71]
(OCoLC)618763772
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Karl Jaspers
ISBN: 0226394913 0226394948 9780226394947 9780226394916
OCLC Number: 70387
Language Note: Translation of Philosophie.
Notes: Translation of Philosophie.
Description: 3 volumes ; 24 cm
Contents: v. 1. Philosophical world orientation --
v. 2. Existential elucidation --
v. 3. Metaphysics. v. 1. Introduction to Philosophy --
Philosophizing Starts With Our Situation --
The Search For Being : General, Formal Concepts of Being: Objective being, Subjective Being, Being-in-Itself ; Existence Analysis as an Analysis of Consciousnes ; Distinguishing Existenz --
Philosophizing On The Ground Of Possible Existenz : The Approach to Existenz ; The Structure of Philosophizing --
The Modes of Transcending as a Structural Principle : Transcending in General ; The Three Modes --
The Areas of Philosophizing --
Book One: Philosophical World Orientation : The World ; The World Subjective Existence and as Objective Reality ; The World as Found, and as Made ; Universe and World Image ; The World and Transcendence --
Limits Of World Orientation : The Relativity of Cogency ; The Unconquered Endlessness ; The Unattainable Unity of the World Image ; Limits of Purposive Action ; What Science Means ; Transcending the World --
Systematics Of The Sciences : The Most Original Divisions ; Principles of a Structure of Reality ; Spheres of the Mind ; Classifying the Sciences of Reality ; The Rank of Sciences ; Understanding Knowledge in its History --
Conclusive World Orientation: Positivism And Idealism : Positivism ; Against Positivism ; Idealism ; Positivism and Idealism Opposed ; Common Features ; Limitations ; Philosophical Value --
The Origin Of Philosophy : World View: Weltanschauung ; Faith and Unbelief ; The One, and the Many Spheres of Mental Existence --
Philosophy's Form Of Existence : The Character Required by the Situation ; Philosophy and System ; Philosophy and Its History --
Philosophy Differentiated : Philosophy and Religion ; Philosophy and Science ; Philosophy and Art. v. 2. Book Two: Existential Elucidation --
Existenz : Mundane Existence and Existenz ; Possible Existenz Unsatisfied in Existence ; Methods of Elucidating Existenz ; Ambiguous Appearance and Confusing Statements --
Part I: I Myself In Communication And Historicity --
I Myself : I at the Bounds of Conceivability ; Self-reflection ; Antimonies of Self-being --
Communication : Communication as an Origin ; Elucidating Existential Communication ; Deficient Communication ; Rupture of Communication ; Communicative Situations ; Effects upon Philosophizing --
Historicity : The Origin of Historicity ; Historicity as the Phenomenon of Existenz ; Historicity Distinguished from Objectifying Formulas ; Realizations ; Aberrations --
Part II: Self-Being As Freedom --
Will : Psychology of the Will, and Its Limit ; The Question of Free Will ; Evil --
Freedom : Elucidating Existential Freedom ; Existence and Freedom ; Freedom and Necessity ; Freedom and Transcendence --
Part III: Existenz As Unconditionality In Situation, Consciousness, and Action --
Boundary Situations : Section 1: The Boundary Situation of Historically Definite Existenz ; Section 2: Specific Boundary Situations: Death, Suffering, Sturggle, Guilt ; Section 3: The Boundary Situation of the Dubiousness and Historicity of All Existence --
Absolute Consciousness : The Original Motion ; Fulfilled Absolute Consciouness ; Safeguarding Absolute Consciousness in Existence --
Unconditional Acts : Section 1: Unconditional Acts That Transcend Existence: Suicide, Religious Acts, ; Section 2: Unconditional Acts in Existence: Inner Action, Action in the World --
Part IV: Existenz In Subjectivity And Objectivity --
The Polarity Of Subjectivity And Objectivity : Structure of the Subject-Object Split ; Existential Dissolution of Subjectivity and Objectivity into One Another ; The Imperfectible Existence of Existenz --
Forms Of Objectivity : The Moral Claim ; The Claims of Real Existence in Society and the State ; The Claim of Knowable Human History and Personal Greatness --
Existenz With Other Existenz : Truth in Being with Each Other ; Being as Existenz and Being for All ; Existential Elucidation Is Not Ontology ; Faith Against Faith. v. 3. Book Three: Metaphysics --
Transcendence : Discontent with All Being that Is Not Transcendence ; Reality of Metaphysical Thinking and Reality of Transcendence ; Impermanence of Metaphysical Objectivity ; Historicity of Metaphysics ; Existence as the Form of the Historic Appearance of Transcendence ; Metaphysical Methods --
Formal Transcending : Principles of Formal Transcending ; Transcending in Categories of Objectivity at Large ; Transcending in Categories of Reality ; Transcending in Categories of Freedom ; The Deity as Formal Transcendence --
Existential Relations To Transcendence : Defiance and Surrender ; Rise and Fall ; Diurnal Law and Nocturnal Passion ; The Wealth of Diversity and the One --
The Reading of Ciphers --
Part One: The Nature of Ciphers : The Three Languages ; Ambiguity of Ciphers ; Existenz as the Place of Reading Ciphers ; Cipher Script and Ontology ; False Proximity to Transcendence --
Part Two: The World of Ciphers : Survey ; Nature ; History ; Consciousness at Large ; Man ; Art as a Language Born of Reading Ciphers --
Part Three: The Speculative Reading of Ciphers : The Being of Transcendence: Arguments for the Existence of God ; The Being of a Cipher: Speculation on Becoming ; Present Reading of Ciphers: Speculative Remembrance and Foresight ; The Cipher of Existence as a Whole: Speculation on Being --
Part Four: Vanishing of Existence and Existenz as the Decisive Cipher of Transcendence: Being in Foundering : The Many Meanings of Factual Foundering ; Foundering and Eternalization ; To Realize and Not to Realize ; Interpreting the Necessity of Foundering ; The Cipher of Being in Foundering.
Other Titles: Philosophie.
Responsibility: Karl Jaspers ; translated by E.B. Ashton.

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