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Philosophizing ad infinitum : infinite nature, infinite philosophy

Marcel Conche author. Laurent Ledoux translator.; Herman G. Bonne translator.; J. Baird Callicott author of introduction, etc.

2014

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  • Title:
    Philosophizing ad infinitum : infinite nature, infinite philosophy
  • Author: Marcel Conche author.
  • Laurent Ledoux translator.; Herman G. Bonne translator.; J. Baird Callicott author of introduction, etc.
  • Description: ""II. Presence of the Infinite: Plato and Science in Opposition to the Infinite""""Milestones""; ""Infinity as the Most Important of Positivismâ€?s Notions""; ""Freedom from Daily Concerns Is a Necessity in Order to Contemplate the Infinite""; ""Truth, the Philosopherâ€?s Passion""; ""The Rejection of Systems such as Hegelianism and the Search for Truth""; ""The Two Ways to Philosophize: In the Narrow or in the Eternal Time""; ""The Limits of the Dialogical Method: Leading to a Truth-Authenticity, not a Truth-Reality""; ""Ideas as Realities and Mathematics to the Rescue""
    ""Principles and Mathematical Analysis Once Again to the Rescue""""Numerical Ratios, Dialectic, and the Essence of Things""; ""Plato and Science against the Multiplicity of the Cosmos""; ""The Scientists� Unending Dialogue with Nature""; ""Science Blinds us from “Naked� Nature""; ""III. With and Without Aristotle""; ""Milestones""; ""Aristotle�s Return to a More Immediate Approach to Nature""; ""Aristotle�s “Qualitative� Rationalism and Determinism""; ""Aristotle�s Apparent Contradiction Solved by His Overdetermination of Nature""
    ""Aristotle�s Methodical Finalism: Phusis as a “Fully under Control� Force for Organic Growth Leading to a Perfect Cosmos""""Lucretius�s Nature as a Force of Love Guiding without Preconceived Finality""; ""One Perfect Cosmos or a Multiplicity of Cosmoi?""; ""Aristotle�s Nature: Potentially but not Actually Infinite""; ""My Vision of Nature: Actually Infinite""; ""Aristotle�s Vision of Beings: Reduced to a Finite Succession of Events""; ""Reality, Action, Movements, and Events""; ""The Movement as Such or as “Gesture� and the Events""
    ""Events that Delimit the Present and Those Which Do Not""""IV. With and Without Chrysippus""; ""Milestones""; ""Reducing Beings to Events?""; ""Unreal Events�Real Beings?""; ""Aristotle�s Notions Renewed: Bodies Are Events; Reality Itself Is Event""; ""The Eternity of Individual Forms Secured by Their “Eternal Return�""; ""Accidents in the Successive Worlds that Do not Alter the Identity of Individuals but Distinguish Worlds""; ""Different Events, All Compatible with Zeus�s Will""; ""Only the Wise Is Free, Unaffected by External Events""
    ""Aristotelian and Heraclitean Visions Combined: Perfect Worlds but Forever Somewhat Different, Due to Changes in Small Events""
  • Publication Date: 2014
  • Publisher: Albany : SUNY Press
  • Format: 1 online resource (222 p.).
  • Identifier: ISBN 1-4384-5190-3
  • Subjects: Conche, Marcel; Philosophy, French; Electronic books
  • Language: English
  • Source: 01DAL UDM ALMA

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