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Decker drags Sartre's concepts of language back to Husserl

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  • james tan
    The unity or the care and the concern of the Being in the world demonstrate there s no inner and outer and never were. See Carl Jung and Husserl are wrong
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      "The unity or the care and the concern of the Being in the world demonstrate
      there's no inner and outer and never were. See Carl Jung and Husserl are
      wrong again. "

      i dont think u have read husserl correctly. he was the one who seriously
      challenged the dualistic, subject/object, inside/outside dicotomy way of
      thinking through the phenomenological method. it would be good if u quote
      the source from the authors instead of just making a statement as if ur
      saying so is enough - yea, u maybe copyrighted, but it hardly constitute a
      reliable source of authority. so, quote/reference husserl and jung their
      works to support ur claims.

      james.

      From: "Richard Radandt" <richradandt@...>
      Reply-To: Sartre@yahoogroups.com
      To: "decker150" <decker150@...>, <Sartre@yahoogroups.com>
      Subject: [Sartre] Decker drags Sartre's concepts of language back to Husserl
      Date: Wed, 31 Jul 2002 21:46:45 -0700


      The problem with philosophy isn't language as philosophy is always and not
      yet a solution to the resolution of the reifications and deifications of the
      abstract in the world. Language if it comes out of the struggle of the
      working class in the elimination of the capitalist class of rents, interest,
      and property is never in a compartment and never breaks existences into
      pieces and parts, as it's the existence of the Being in the world. The true
      existential is never beyond language and it's always and not yet before
      language as the primordial existence. Being in the world is never greater
      than the sum of its parts as there are no parts in Being in the world.
      Communication isn't a linear process as if it's Decker you would not write
      and believe what you do. I'm really kind here. The existential is all and
      not yet, but it's not one of convergence.



      The unity or the care and the concern of the Being in the world demonstrate
      there's no inner and outer and never were. See Carl Jung and Husserl are
      wrong again. The reflection is never an inward of an outward as there's no
      reflection. Staring into the ocean with a bright sun over your head doesn't
      count. Read once again the first chapter of Camus', The Outsider. One can't
      assign a distinction to the inner or the other. One can't even assign a
      distinction to the Being in the world. Language can't struggle and only
      humans can struggle. If you insist on using the concept of holistic
      condition, then you are guilty of a mechanical reduction of Being in the
      world to something instrumental. Sartre, although I love him with the
      passion of my nothingness, didn't reconcile the in itself-alone and the for
      itself-alone, and this is your job and my job and he agrees with this
      statement.



      Copyright July 2002 by Richard Radandt at richradandt@... page one
      of one



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