La pratique philosophique : Une méthode contemporaine pour mettre la sagesse au service de votre bien-être

By Jérôme Lecoq

Héritée de los angeles culture old, fondée par Socrate, l. a. pratique philosophique est une méthode émergeante de développement body of workers, pratiquée tant en entreprise qu'auprès de particuliers. Conçu et rédigé par un jeune praticien, ce advisor présente l'histoire, les fondements et les usages de cette self-discipline, en s'appuyant sur de nombreux exemples et en proposant des exercices à faire soi-même.

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The Modern Subject: Conceptions of the Self in Classical German Philosophy (SUNY Series in Contemporary Continental Philosophy)

Modern proposal frequently claims the "death of the subject," and postmodernists ordinarily contend that the perspective of human subjectivity has been passed as a beginning for philosophy. a formal appreciation of those influential claims calls for an figuring out of the most culture within which the point of view of subjectivity was once articulated, particularly the classical philosophy of German Idealism. This e-book presents such an figuring out.
The authors examine what's useless and what's alive this day within the philosophy of subjectivity, and supply the main thorough examine on hand at the heritage of the postmodern attack at the primacy of the topic. Tracing this attack again to reactions to Kant, they elucidate the old and systematic information of the advance of the idea that of the self in Classical philosophy from Kant to Fichte and Hegel. Manfred Frank, considered one of Europe's so much popular and prolific writers on neo-structuralism, offers significant contributions--an account of the philosophical foundations of the response to Kant in early romanticism (especially Novalis), and a safety of the ineliminability of self-consciousness opposed to its critics in present analytic philosophy. Essays by means of different contributors-including Henry Allison, Robert Pippin, Daniel Breazeale, Guenter Zoeller, Ludwig Siep, Veronique Zanetti, and Georg Mohr--relate the idea that of the self to themes akin to freedom, teleology, modernity, and intersubjectivity.

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The Second Book of the Tao

By Stephen Mitchell

The main greatly translated publication in global literature after the Bible, Lao-tzu’s Tao Te Ching, or ebook of ways, is the vintage guide at the paintings of dwelling. Following the outstanding luck of his personal model of the Tao Te Ching, well known pupil and translator Stephen Mitchell has composed the leading edge the second one booklet of the Tao. Drawn from the paintings of Lao-tzu’s disciple Chuang-tzu and Confucius’s grandson Tzussu, the second one e-book of the Tao deals Western readers a direction into fact that has not anything to do with Taoism or Buddhism or outdated or new on my own, yet every little thing to do with fact. Mitchell has chosen the hottest, clearest teachings from those nice scholars of the Tao and tailored them into types that exhibit the poetry, intensity, and humor of the unique texts with an exciting new strength. along every one model, Mitchell contains his personal observation, instantly explicating and complementing the text.

This e-book is a twenty-first-century type of historic knowledge, bringing a brand new, do-it-yourself sequel to the Tao Te Ching into the fashionable international. Mitchell’s renditions are radiantly lucid; they dig out the imaginative and prescient that’s hiding underneath the phrases; they seize the textual content via the scruff of the neck—by its center, really—and enable its crucial meanings fall out. The ebook introduces us to a solid of brilliant characters, so much of them humble artisans or servants, who express us what it skill to be in concord with the best way issues are. Its knowledge presents a mental and ethical acuity as deep because the Tao Te Ching itself.

The moment e-book of the Tao is a present to modern readers, granting us entry to our personal basic knowledge. Mitchell’s meditations and dicy reimagining of the unique texts are great and releasing, now not least simply because they preserve catching us off-guard, beginning up the heavens the place earlier than we observed a roof. He makes the traditional teachings straight away glossy, suitable, and undying.

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The Epistemology of Disagreement: New Essays

The Epistemology of Disagreement brings jointly essays from a dozen philosophers at the epistemic importance of confrontation; all yet one of many essays are new. Questions mentioned contain: while (if ever) does the war of words of others require a rational agent to revise her ideals? Do 'conciliatory' money owed, on which brokers are required to revise considerably, be afflicted by deadly difficulties of self-defeat, given the confrontation approximately confrontation? what's the value of war of words approximately philosophical subject matters specifically? How does the epistemology of confrontation relate to broader epistemic theorizing? Does the elevated importance of a number of disagreeing brokers depend upon their being self reliant of each other? John Hawthorne and Amia Srinivasan, Thomas Kelly, and Brian Weatherson all weigh in with assaults on conciliatory perspectives or defenses of non-conciliatory techniques. David Christensen and Stewart Cohen soak up the other facet of the controversy. Bryan Frances, Sanford Goldberg, and Ernest Sosa speak about a type of confrontation that would be of specific difficulty to such a lot readers of this e-book: war of words approximately philosophy. And Robert Audi, Jonathan Kvanvig, and Jennifer Lackey take on a few common theoretical matters that endure on disagreement.

The philosophers represented the following contain a few who've contributed actively to the confrontation literature already, in addition to a few who're exploring the problem for the 1st time. Their paintings is helping to deepen and extend our realizing of a few epistemic phenomena which are critical to any considerate believer's engagement with different believers.

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The Persistence of Subjectivity: On the Kantian Aftermath

By Robert B. Pippin

The patience of Subjectivity examines numerous ways to and opinions of the middle idea within the self-understanding and legitimation of the trendy, "bourgeois" kind of existence: the unfastened, reflective, self-determining topic. because it is a comparatively fresh historic improvement that people ponder themselves as person facilities of employer, and that one's entitlement to this kind of self-determining existence is de facto priceless, the problem at stake additionally includes the query of the ancient situation of philosophy. What may it suggest to take heavily Hegel's declare that philosophical mirrored image is often mirrored image at the old "actuality" of its personal age? Discussing Heidegger, Gadamer, Adorno, Leo Strauss, Manfred Frank, and John McDowell, Robert Pippin makes an attempt to appreciate how subjectivity arises in modern institutional practices resembling drugs, in addition to in different contexts reminiscent of modernism within the visible arts and within the novels of Marcel Proust.

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The Guide of the Perplexed, Volume 2

By Moses Maimonides

Author note: Leo Strauss (Illustrator), Shlomo Pines (Translation)
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This monument of rabbinical exegesis written on the finish of the 12th century has exerted a big and carrying on with effect upon Jewish suggestion. Its goal is to free up humans from the tormenting perplexities bobbing up from their knowing of the Bible in accordance in basic terms to its literal that means. This version includes wide introductions via Shlomo Pines and Leo Strauss, a number one authority on Maimonides.

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The World as Will and Representation, Volume 2

By Arthur Schopenhauer

Quantity 2 of the definitive English translation of 1 of an important philosophical works of the nineteenth century, the elemental assertion in a single very important move of post-Kantian notion. Corrects approximately 1,000 error and omissions within the older Haldane-Kemp translation. For the 1st time, this variation interprets and locates all charges and offers complete index.

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Philosophy of Action: An Anthology

"The Philosophy of motion: An Anthology" is anauthoritative selection of key paintings by means of most sensible students, arrangedthematically and observed by means of specialist introductions written via theeditors. This specific assortment brings jointly a variety of themost influential essays from the Nineteen Sixties to the current day.An important assortment that brings jointly a range ofthe most vital vintage and modern articles in philosophyof motion, from the 1960's to the current dayNo different broad-ranging and distinctive assurance of this kindcurrently exists within the fieldEach themed part opens with a synoptic advent andincludes a accomplished extra analyzing record to guidestudentsIncludes sections on motion and business enterprise, keen and attempting, purpose and intentional motion, appearing for a cause, theexplanation of motion, and loose business enterprise and responsibilityWritten and organised in a method that permits it for use as aprimary educating source in its personal right

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The Methodology of Empirical Macroeconomics

By Kevin D. Hoover

Financial technique in most cases specializes in microeconomic idea. The method of Empirical Macroeconomics breaks new flooring by means of focusing in its place at the actual difficulties that come up for macroeconomists attempting to relate thought to facts. It demonstrates that with cautious recognition to real macroeconomic perform, fiscal technique and the philosophy of technological know-how aid to unravel difficulties confronted by means of operating macroeconomists. a few matters addressed are: the connection among theoretical versions and empirical observations; microfoundations for macroeconomics; the scope and nature of financial legislation, the function of idealizations, methodological individualism, and the matter of causality.

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Constitution Café: Jefferson's Brew for a True Revolution: Jefferson's Brew for a True Revolution

By Christopher Phillips

“A provocative extension of Jefferson’s unique plan.”—Kirkus Reviews
Thomas Jefferson believed that each iteration of usa citizens should still rewrite our structure from scratch—to reflect the growth of the human brain and, such a lot of all, to take care of the innovative spirit. He will be dismayed that it’s thought of untouchable nowadays. taking on Jefferson’s reason, Christopher Phillips leads a motley staff of american citizens around the fruited simple in an offbeat Constitutional conference. His structure Café venture is sparking a much-needed dialog approximately our founding rfile and forging universal flooring at a time whilst our nation wishes it so much.

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