By Michael Sukale (auth.)
The essays that are amassed during this booklet have been written at a number of durations over the last seven years. The essay "Heidegger and Dewey," that is the final one to be published within the ebook, used to be really the 1st one I wrote. It was once written as a seminar paper for John D. Goheen's path on Dewey within the Spring of 1968 at Stanford collage the place i used to be a second-year graduate scholar. The paper went unchanged into my thesis "Four reports in Phenomenology and Pragmatism," which i ultimately submitted in 1971, and it's the following reprinted with out alteration apart from the name. a primary model of the 2 essays on Sartre was once written within the Spring of 1969 in the course of my first 12 months of educating at Princeton college. Even tually i made a decision to wreck the essay into components. A shortened model of "Sartre and the Cartesian Ego" was once learn on the japanese department assembly of the yank Philosophical organization in December 1973.
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However the consequent of (b) is materially equivalent to (c) There is the truth that there is no truth. But (c) is not just false but absurd or unintelligible, which means that we cannot attach any truth value to it at all. Now, the antecedent of (b) is not absurd though it might be false. Hence we cannot dismiss the consequent of (b) by dismissing its antecedent. The only way to get rid of (c) which is implied by (b) is by claiming that the whole proposition (b) is absurd or unintelligible. But since (b) is equivalent to (a) which is the relativist's fundamental claim we have by this procedure shown that his claim is absurd.
3) treating subjective things as if they were objective. It seems clear that all three points are independent from each other. We may fail to make the distinction between the subjective and the objective without transforming the objective into the subjective and without treating the subjective as something objective. It is also possible to not fail to make the above distinction and yet to transform everything objective into something subjective and to treat it as if it were objective. Thus we establish the independence of (I) from (2) and (3).
But any other answer he could give (for example, that naive everyday experience justifies the justifying principles) would then be of the form (a) or (b) and ultimately question begging. HusserI' s argument can be captured in the following lines: (7) An essential condition for the construction of scientific theories is that immediately evident justificational principles exist and are used. (8) Empiricists deny the existence of immediately evident principles. Hence (9) Empiricists make the construction of scientific theories impossible.