Assorted tweets: Who are your top 5 philosophers? Mine are William James, Henri Bergson, Alfred North Whitehead, Jean Gebser, and Richard Tarnas.
@grantmaxwell It depends what are the boundaries of philosophy. Does Rorty count as philosophy? I like him, but he's also anti-philosophy.
@grantmaxwell Then him. William James. John Dewey. John Shotter. Karl Weick.
@grantmaxwell Peirce, Dewey (though his writing style is at times frustrating!), Rescher, Haack and Habermas.
@grantmaxwell Aristotle, Augustine, William James, Wittgenstein, Anscombe.
@grantmaxwell Rousseau, Dewey, Plato, Dylan, anddddd Maxwell.
@grantmaxwell no prob! Using music to incorporate philosophy shows modernity and pragmatism. (Using relevant forms of music-cultural icons)
@grantmaxwell Sun Tzu, Lao Tzu, Chang Tsu, Musachi....
@grantmaxwell Excellent question! Mine are, in order: Plato, Heidegger, Wittgenstein, Whitehead, Weber
@grantmaxwell Aurobindo, Whitehead, Nietzsche, Abhinavagupta, McLuhan
@grantmaxwell 1) Sri Aurobindo, 2) Giordano Bruno, 3) Jakob Böhme, 4) Maurice Merleau-Ponty, and 5) Jean Baudrillard https://t.co/8XroJJisiP
@grantmaxwell Whitehead, Wittgenstein, Bernard Wlliams, Hilary Putnam, Galen Strawson
@grantmaxwell John Rawls, David Hume, Immanuel Kant, Henry Sidgwick, and W.V.O. Quine.
@grantmaxwell You left out David Hume!
[James regarded metaphysics as promulgated theoretical disputes that offer no solution to the problems they raise.] https://t.co/6oSO1vWUbw
[There exists a systematic neglect of early phenomenological realism of Munich Circle, which also included Scheler.] https://t.co/6oSO1vWUbw
[Lecture on Freud’s Uncanny essay] https://t.co/tDYS7dBcU5
[Tuchman's Law has been defined as a psychological principle of "perceptual readiness" or "subjective probability".] https://t.co/Jq3ngq2RN5
Would have retired from PNB today - Would have retired from PNB today but Google & Twitter helped to build an alternative identity during the last ten years which keeps growing.
Came in touch of The Mother & Sri Aurobindo in 1964 and there is no greater sense of fulfilment today than being able to spread their words.
Strayed into Western Philosophy through Sri Aurobindo without which my understanding of life and society would have been naïve and juvenile.
@avenger_D It would be more profitable if you examine the whole issue in detail & tell what your conclusions entail.
@RajeevSrinivasa @firstpost VIrtue Politics S. Radhakrishnan, Vinoba Bhave, C. Rajagopalachari and A.K. Coomaraswamy https://t.co/8vunpzqeCf
@RajeevSrinivasa [Patel, Prasad and Rajaji: Myth of the Indian Right (SAGE Series) by Neerja Singh] https://t.co/cn1v4roVQS
Many a time, I tweet to defend facts but am accused of "following Sri Aurobindo and feel the need to defend him." https://t.co/FJ344FPapr
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Om Sri Aurobindo & The Mother.
Notes on Schelling's Berlin Lectures; 1841-42, published posthumously; KW2, SKS13, Søren Kierkegaards Papirer.
Choosing to align themselves with Husserl, they became the Munich Circle of phenomenologists. Around 1905, many of ... In 1912 the Jahrbuch für Philosophie und phänomenologische Forschung was founded with Husserl, Geiger, Reinach, Pfänder, and Max Scheler as its editors. After Husserl's publication of the Ideen zu einer reinen Phänomenologie und phänomenologischen Philosophie. Erstes Buch (Ideas I) in the first edition of the Jahrbuch, a number of his followers took a critical stance towards Husserl's new vision of phenomenology. Many members of the Munich group distanced themselves from Husserl's idealism and his transcendental phenomenology, preferring the earlier realist phenomenology of the first edition of theLogical Investigations.
Gary Gutting - 2001 - Philosophy
In 1933, Koyre left to teach in Cairo, and the seminar was taken over by Alexandre Kojeve (19o2-68). Kojeve'sseminar ...
However, Kojève's Hegel lectures are not so much an exegesis of Hegel's thought, as a profoundly original ...
Nor was my consternation due merely to the fact that Scheler had any kind of religious views at all, which I, in common with ... Born in Munich of a Protestant father and a Jewish mother, Scheler was attracted to Catholicism as an adolescent.
Scheler continued teaching at Jena until 1907 when he moved back to his native city and taught at the University of Munich for three years. At Munich, since 1894, Theodor Lipps had been teaching a brand of descriptive psychology. His close ... Perhaps the best studies on Scheler in English are those by Alfred Schutz. (Towards the ...
2 Vols. Munich: Philosophia Verlag, 95¥140. ¦¦¦ (1989b) . ... Munich: Philosophia Verlag, 141¥278. [Engl. trans. by J. ... ®Collectivizing Persons and Personifying Collectives: Reassessing Scheler on Group Personhood. ̄ In: T. Szanto, ...
Scheler's application of phenomenology to areas such as the emotional and affective domain, sociology, anthropology, and philosophy of religion was instrumental in making ... Bern/ Munich: Francke, 1954–85; Bonn: Bouvier, 1985– 97.