In other words, to Kierkegaard, the individual religions must be accepted with their irrational dimension without the coercion of philosophical system
to rationalize them, the very opposite to what Heiberg claims.
And it is possible that occasionally a philosopher produces a correct philosophical system
In this section, we are trying to review each person's perspective against the philosophical system
of their era, by comparing and criticizing their points.
As for her contribution to the philosophical discipline goes, it consists in the philosophical system
called Objectivism she developed.
Hansen (2012b) also suggests that it is irrelevant for us to describe his humanistic framework as burdened by contradiction, stating that "humanism, in the context of this discussion, is a counseling orientation, not a fully articulated philosophical system
with an associated epistemology" (p.
His principles of selection were governed by the need to identify those scholars whose historical and philosophical works were instrumental in advancing historicism as a distinct philosophical system
Section two uses the architectonic structure of Kantian philosophy as a heuristic device, explaining Deleuze's philosophical system
in terms of aesthetics (theory of sensation), dialectics (theory of Idea), analytics (theory of the concept), ethics (theory of affectivity), and politics (socio-political theory) (xiii).
but his laborious explanations tend to shape precisely a philosophical system
This tension between philosophical system
and imagination in Kant set the stage for Fichte's and von Hardenberg's epochal change of heart regarding the imagination, explored in chapters four and five.
He adamantly emphasized that "there doesn't exist a philosophical system
which can be considered complete and final.
One cannot adequately study a philosophical system
apart from the intellectual context in which it is situated, insists Ariew (philosophy, U.
I remain somewhat skeptical, however, of Gooding-Williams's attempt to read The Souls of Black Folk as a coherent philosophical system
Non-scientific philosophy, for Hegel, assumes premises that, tacitly or explicitly, fall outside the philosophical system
itself, and therefore outside the workings of reason.
It is based on the philosophical system
Sankhya, and describes a structure of a material world.
For Schlegel, no philosophical system
has ever produced more than a "polemical totality"--a limited view of the whole which "does not suffice to legitimize the philosophy of its possessor" (Philosophical Fragments 81).