Search Results for Knowing Subject

 
DOGMATISM AND ABSOLUTE KNOWING

.... given by the intellect, independent of all experience, a priori, and signifies the function, manner and law of knowing and acting, which the subject finds in ....

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Instrumental Realism by Don Ihde

.... be subject, not to a theory of the knowing subject, but rather to a theory of discursive practice" (p. 33, quoting Foucault's The Order of Things). ....

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Karl Popper

.... he believes in science so firmly - as we see in both of his essays "On the Theory of the Objective Mind" and "Epistemology Without a Knowing Subject" is that ....

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hume vs. Induction

.... only their impressions. Hence the question arises: Can the knowing subject be certain of the existence of known objects? If so, to ....

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David Hume

.... only their impressions. Hence the question arises: Can the knowing subject be certain of the existence of known objects? If so, to ....

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Post-Modern Culture

.... to try and thread his way out of this theoretical cul de sac by deploying art as epistemology (Jay, 1984), substituting the artist for the knowing subject. ....

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Yeats: When You Are Old, Epitomizes the Perils of Love

.... and age will whither the fatuous love of admirers, Yeats indicates that his is a true love - a love that originates in the knowing depths of his subject's soul ....

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Discourse, Knowledge and Location of Subjects

.... part of the speaker and the listener, but discourse is also influenced by the location (psychically as well as otherwise) of the knowing or speaking subject. ....

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Assessing Teachers & Administrators

.... It is known, he said, that good teachers produce good students, and that knowing one's subject, knowing how to teach it, and abtually being able to teach it ....

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Administrators and teachers

.... It is known, he said, that good teachers produce good students, and that knowing oneÆs subject, knowing how to teach it, and abtually being able to teach it ....

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The Dialectic of Inclusion: Systematic Theology in Dialogue

.... What is lacking here is the correlation of objective logos (system) and subjective logos (knowing and policies), the participation of subject and object in one ....

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Aspects of the Nursing Profession

.... in perspective caused by non-critical acceptance of one source of knowing and thereby .... is to say that they are problem-centered rather than subject-centered). ....

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Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance

.... as a saint, a master of quality, a genius delineator or uniter of subject and object .... No. What Socrates died for was humility, was not knowing, was the power of ....

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Modern Occultism & New Age Thought

.... of Hegel's philosophy is a structure the concepts of which--freedom, subject, mind, notion .... to the goal where he can lay aside the title 'love of knowing' and be ....

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Hospital Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment

.... For instance, they admit they selected some items that required responses from the subject knowing the possibility of respondent burden and that part of the ....

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Instrumental Behavior

.... In classical conditioning, exposure to the US does not depend on the subject's behavior. In my case, the CS would be knowing that my parents would want to know ....

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The Words by Sartre

.... of self-consciousness that is associated with Hegelian Knowing and with Sartre's own elaboration of subjective consciousness of what the subject encounters as ....

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Leibniz's Philosophical System

.... that all things are subject to corruption and this is the only contingency (560). It is a contingency, however, simply because we are incapable of knowing it. ....

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The Tragic Hero of Drama

.... poetry to general concepts of what drama and poetry as a subject should include .... later does kill his father and marry his mother, all without knowing who they ....

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The Metaphysics of Leibniz

.... that all things are subject to corruption and this is the only contingency (560). It is a contingency, however, simply because we are incapable of knowing it. ....

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Epistemological Development of Women

.... reasons and argue, in favor or opposed to a given position on a subject, the person .... Women, who often utilize the form of connected knowing at this position of ....

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Ad hominem fallacy

.... For example, if A makes a statement B, then C attacks A as being an unreliable person, or not knowing the subject B well enough to talk about it. ....

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Philosophy for Dinner

.... reasoning could ever bring us to a state of assurance and conviction on any subject" (Hume 723). I. You're saying what we cannot know. What is worth knowing? ....

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Reasoning and Philosophic Logic

.... senses. Objective truth may exist in the world, but the act of knowing is subjective and subject to fault (Bacon 625-633). The rare ....

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Children Coping With Surgery

.... children differently, and on whether coping can be predicted from knowing their attention .... end with a synopsis of the state-of-the-art knowledge on the subject. ....

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Contingent Value Management The value of natura

.... It involves just knowing that the resource exists. .... The analyses, however, did indicate that the surveys could be subject to various inherent problems. ....

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Preparing a good business speech

.... objectives and, in the case of student counseling, knowing their backgrounds .... Many writers on the subject believe that constantly reminding yourself of what you ....

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The Problem of Knowledge

.... to describe that experience and to shape that knowledge is itself subject to issues .... He finds that the state of knowing something does not consist in being in ....

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The Problem of Knowledge

.... to describe that experience and to shape that knowledge is itself subject to issues .... They find that the state of knowing something does not consist in being in ....

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A Common Language for the Religious Experience

.... to describe that experience and to shape that knowledge is itself subject to issues .... He finds that the state of knowing something does not consist in being in ....

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