Posts Tagged ‘plato’

Jon Cogburn has posted a nice things to look for kind of post (but more thoughtful than that really) in regards to continental philosophy. The texts that he links to confirm some broader issues that I (and others) have been circling around recently: 1 – The legacy of Hegel as something more than a theory […]

In the following I want to connect my concerns from the last post to the week of seminars Iain Hamilton Grant gave a few weeks ago at the Schelling Summerschool at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh. This post only touches on my notes from Day 1. In his recent essays and in the talks given, Grant […]

Before going through the 10 points as noted before I thought I should start with a brief taxonomy of nature as a helpful starting point. The Classical view of Nature, that of Plato, Aristotle, the Stoics which was generally accepted up through the Medieval tradition, functioned as a kind of inarticulate dynamism with entities such […]