By Theodor W. Adorno
This vintage publication by means of Theodor W. Adorno anticipates some of the subject matters that experience because develop into universal in modern philosophy: the critique of foundationalism, the illusions of idealism and the tip of epistemology. It additionally foreshadows the various key rules that have been built through Adorno in his most vital philosophical works, together with Negative Dialectics.
Against Epistemology is predicated on a manuscript Adorno initially wrote in Oxford in 1934-37 in the course of his first years in exile and for that reason remodeled in Frankfurt in 1955-56. The textual content used to be written as a critique of Husserl’s phenomenology, however the critique of phenomenology is used because the celebration for a wider critique of epistemology. Adorno defined this as a ‘metacritique’ which blends jointly the research of Husserl’s phenomenology because the such a lot complex example of the decay of bourgeois idealism with an immanent critique of the tensions and contradictions inner to Husserl’s inspiration. the result's a strong textual content which continues to be the most devastating reviews of Husserl’s paintings ever written and which heralded a few of the rules that experience develop into ordinary in modern philosophy.
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35. "My Basic Logical Insights," PW, pp. 251-2. 36. "Thoughts," CP, p. 368. 37. "On the Foundations of Geometry," FG, p. 34. 38. PMC, p. 101. See Currie, "Frege's Metaphysical Argument," in Frege: Tradition and Influence, ed. Crispin Wright (Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1984), pp. 147-9. 39. For a discussion of the ambiguous notion of "property" entailed by this early view, see below: Chapter IV, section 4. 40. However, some passages from Frege's later works blur the distinction between sense and reference, by suggesting that the complex composed of concept and object is the 30 41.
42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. Chapter I same thing as the thought expressed by a sentence. Currie calls attention, for example, to a crucial section from "On Concept and Object" (1892), the essay in which Frege first discusses the complexity of thoughts. After defining concepts (the references of predicates) as incomplete beings, Frege observes that "... " "On Concept and Object," CP, p. 193. See Currie, "Frege's Metaphysical Argument," in Frege: Tradition and Influence, pp.
Czolbe's physiological psychologism. Gottlob Frege, pp. 26-31. " For example, some thinkers whose works are commonly considered to be psychologistic distinguished in fact between acts and contents, and even ascribed an ill-defined objectivity to objects of judgment, but nonetheless argued that logical laws are inductive generalizations based on psychological observation of how human beings reason. For example, Mill clearly differentiated acts of judging from propositions, but also held that the principle of contradiction is based on the fact that belief and disbelief are mental states which exclude one another.