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Spectacles and Eyes to See With: Two cultures in philosophy

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‘Spectacles and Eyes to See With: Two cultures in philosophy’ asks how we can explain the gulf between analytic and Continental philosophy. As a self-description, Continental philosophy is a necessary — but perhaps transitory — evil of the professionalization of the discipline. As a cultural feature, Continental philosophy goes back at least to the time of Mill. The division between philosophical traditions is the  Read more...
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ISBN: 9780192853592; 9780191776373
Publication:Critchley, Simon, author (Reader in Philosophy); Continental Philosophy : A Very Short Introduction; Oxford University Press
Language Note: English
Unique Identifier: 5578416970
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Other Titles: Chapter 3

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‘Spectacles and Eyes to See With: Two cultures in philosophy’ asks how we can explain the gulf between analytic and Continental philosophy. As a self-description, Continental philosophy is a necessary — but perhaps transitory — evil of the professionalization of the discipline. As a cultural feature, Continental philosophy goes back at least to the time of Mill. The division between philosophical traditions is the expression of a conflict that is internal to ‘Englishness’ and not a geographical opposition between the English-speaking world and the Continent. As such, the gulf between analytic and Continental philosophy is the expression of a deep cultural divide between differing and opposed habits of thought.

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