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Trihedron of Modern Episteme: Comte and Foucault

Posted on11. Feb, 2009 by .

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mohammad amin ansari asked: “Modern man is not the man who goes off to discover himself, his secrets, his hidden truth; he is the man who tries to invent himself. This modernity does not ‘liberate man in his own being’: It compels him to face the task of producing himself.” Baudelaire In this paper an […]

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Kantian Ethics: “Good vs. Evil”

Posted on23. Dec, 2005 by .

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Don Alexander asked: Kantian ethics, or “It’s Your Duty,” as Wilkens states, is centered on one’s duty for the good of the cause and utilizing reason as a means to an end. I liked the example of the courtroom in Wilkens text, where he talks about a juror who has to make the choice to […]

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