780chap 7 ?s
- Dec 30, 2001so, have we fully answered the first question of the
preface?: Is there a view of the essential nature of
Man which provides a foundation for all that meets us
from the world?
I wonder if anybody joining this list has done much
research into the work of Husserl? If so, I would
greatly appreciate hearing how the steps taken so far
by Steiner relate to Husserl's approach to examining
the nature of knowledge. I know that the each believe
that we must begin our explorations of knowledge free
of presuppositions and that they each closely observe
the active role of thinking, but I don't know where
they really overlap and disagree....Anybody?
I would also like to hear from those who have been
able to confirm these first 7 chapters through their
own experiences about how their experiences of living
thinking have changed over the course of time? I
think it is important to do what we can to avoid a
static articulation of these experiences.
And I'd appreciate it if somebody would be willing to
share a personal example of a 'percept of myself'?
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