Monday, December 22, 2008
Reflections of Dualsim and Empiricism : Mill and Hume Denied Transcendence of Logic and Numbers , Morality
David Hume asserted that we ought to limit our public discourse only to that which is empirically real.
Anthony Peake and Karl L Le Marcs that I find myself returning to the love of Plato and Kant , and of Gnostic Christianity so beloved to me in my youth. One never really knows where one should firmly stand; philosophy is a life long study, in the classical sense, at least. Dualism is returning to philosophical discourse with a vengence, and this would appear to mirror the religious awakening which sweeps America ( I am speaking of the serious and high brow brand here, only). All fodder for the continuing dialectic; all grist for the mill, which grinds slowly and finely.