Theory of cognition. Introduzione e rondo capriccioso – Emilia A. TAJSIN

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Emilia A. TAJSIN

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FORMAT: Paperback         PAGES: 155          LANGUAGE: English

ISBN: 978-973-166-596-2

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Positivism and existentialism, with their numerous derivatives, became the main philosophical trends of the end XIX – beginning of the XXI centuries. They coexist in unity due to their shared origin, neo-Kantian in itself, and at the same time they are contradictory as “philosophy of science” and “philosophy of life”. The drama of their relationship determined the physiognomy of decades “after the linguistic turn” no less than the well-known contradiction of Marxist doctrine and the opponents of this doctrine. The cultural and ideological background of the unfolding drama should be qualified as postmodernism, followed by the extrusion and displacement of philosophical scientific classical theory of knowledge, which leads to an underestimation or the loss of a significant number of functions of philosophy, primarily cognitive, as well as reflective-critical. (The Author)

Topics of interest:

  • philosophy
  • existentialism
  • positivism
  • anthropology

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