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  • Hi Mary, On 7 August 2011 06:08, Mary wrote: > ** > > > Heman, > > Although perception of color may not be measured scientifically,�a > surprising requirement for a nondualist�how we differently perceive color, > indicates that an idea, a unity of thought and phenomena, exists. > Perceiving and colour are two different things, perceiving is an explanation, an idea, while colour...
    Herman Aug 7, 2011
  • Hi Mary, On 6 August 2011 00:02, Mary wrote: > ** > > > Herman, > > Please don't worry. I'm also reading "Zen and the Art of Motorcycle > Maintenance" after avoiding it too for many years. > > Cool. And I'm reading up on yeasts. Not so much because they can ferment Geist, but because they are proto-typical of what happens in the likes of you and me. Cheers Herman > Mary > > --- In...
    Herman Aug 6, 2011
  • Hi Bill, On 6 August 2011 04:18, William wrote: > ** > > > Hwrman , You are certainly no neophyte to realpolitique. Where does the > biggest dog sleep? > A few days ago someone suggested USA is a ponsi scheem. I propose it is the > worlds biggest street gang. Kruschev would pound the table and beat his shoe > that America was chicago gansters. What a compliment coming from a...
    Herman Aug 6, 2011
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  • Hi Mary, On 5 August 2011 08:16, Mary wrote: > ** > > > I'm guess the topic at hand is whether phenomena is mediated by idea. You > seem to agree by adding that phenomena is perceived and interpreted > differently. > > I think Knott is very precise when he says: ... which I do not think can be measured. I also think that your dichotomy between phenomena and perception [of it] is...
    Herman Aug 4, 2011
  • Hi Bill, On 5 August 2011 06:16, William wrote: > ** > > > > > --- In existlist@^$1, eupraxis@^$2.. wrote: > > > > Mary, > > > > I really like that selection. It reads well almost as a single text. Not > a fan of Baille's Phenomenology; the Miller is the one to get, if you should > want to read it entirely. But otherwise, I used to keep that text on my > nightstand. > > > > Wil...
    Herman Aug 4, 2011
  • Hi Wil, On 4 August 2011 22:22, wrote: > ** > > > > Herman, > > No one is ever newborn enough not to be in a situation of alterity, that is > to say "reflexivity". Any presentation is always a presentation-to. > These are big calls to make, and for the time being, while the discussion develops, I will just take them as read. This is a radical condition, like temporality (to which...
    Herman Aug 4, 2011
  • Hi Mary, On 5 August 2011 02:17, Mary wrote: > ** > > > Thanks, Wil. Your comments and caveats are always helpful. I haven't laid > hands on any Houlgate yet, but was given a 1974 edition of Weiss' "Hegel The > Essential Writings" which relies heavily on translations by Wallace, Miller, > Baille, and Knox, with introductions by Weiss himself and some Findlay. Any > warnings to...
    Herman Aug 4, 2011
  • Hi Wil, On 4 August 2011 11:24, wrote: > ** > > > > Herman: "Just as an MRI can never show an idea, an idea can never show > phenomena (not a Kantian usage). Colours, sensations, sounds etc are > immanent ie require no idea to mediate them. To the extent that they are > ideated, and selectively associated in thought, thought has become a > substitute for the real. The world of the...
    Herman Aug 3, 2011
  • Sorry, that was meant to be Bill, not Wil. Cheers Herman On 4 August 2011 10:00, Herman wrote: > Hi Wil, > > On 4 August 2011 03:29, William wrote: > >> ** >> >> >> > >> > Jim >> > Jim, thoughtful,what you say. On the dwi example, would you agree to >> penalities that are not political assumptions of punishment? OWI has been a >> favorite whipping boy ,here, in a state that has...
    Herman Aug 3, 2011
  • Hi Wil, On 4 August 2011 03:29, William wrote: > ** > > > > > > Jim > > Jim, thoughtful,what you say. On the dwi example, would you agree to > penalities that are not political assumptions of punishment? OWI has been a > favorite whipping boy ,here, in a state that has deep anti > alcohol[methodist} roots. It is our version of mormanism and is just as > vingeful and dogmatic as...
    Herman Aug 3, 2011