Implicit knowledge and philosophical thought

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Implicit knowledge and philosophical thought

Postby Brando » Fri Sep 22, 2017 2:15 pm

It is often mentioned, that man is endowed with implicit philosophical knowledge. Platon Shows, that knowledge is remembering, with a mathematical example. And Socrates is a interrogator who challenges the knowledge of his contamporaries. Rahner states that men has a philosophical preconception of the world, which is adressed in his theology. Perhaps the different positions in philosophy are a consequence of the nature of implicit knowledge. There is scope of Interpretation in implicit knowledge. The theologians of the middle Age found that philosophy can be precised to definitive knowledge. In our times the german philosopher Henrich favours the concept of: how must something be thought to be valid. So definitive situations has to do with the sublation of philosophy. And with it philosophical positions come into dialogue. So the universe as a universe of signs by Peirce can be thought with Sartres ontology of freedom. So two movements must taken in account: the constitution of a philosophy as the consequence of it's implicit knowledge. And getting definitive insights by philosophy in dialogue.
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Re: Implicit knowledge and philosophical thought

Postby Meno_ » Fri Sep 22, 2017 2:25 pm

Or, tacit knowledge, a backward lease on possibilities' conception.
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Re: Implicit knowledge and philosophical thought

Postby Brando » Fri Sep 22, 2017 3:13 pm

A question of the possible and the actual, or a question of consciousness and unconsciousness.
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Re: Implicit knowledge and philosophical thought

Postby Brando » Thu Sep 28, 2017 11:10 am

Perhaps we could gain an analytic perpective on monadology. With monads the past, the present and the future are integrated. The past does mean a Position in philosophy, the present the Dialogue between them, and the future what is definitive in thought.
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