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Postby Guide » Wed Aug 08, 2018 3:35 am

[Note: arrogant and lazy persons, and know-it-alls, with no respect for philosophy and its basic forms, such as "Meno", are requested not to reply.]

The question why is the origin of the conception of causality. And yet, the why is fateful. And yet, one can overcome the why, in being.
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Re: Causality

Postby Meno_ » Wed Aug 08, 2018 4:20 am

However i can and will reply on basis of.the use of unhelpful and unphilosophical ad-hominem.

The CAUSE proposed by the group say this is not to annoy You, but bring attention to posting rules. I didn't. propose them , but since am necessarily compelled to bring attention to transparent and non philosophical utterances on principle , where some parts try to be noteworthy, others are may imply the very opposite, they could be the very cause you are seeking.
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Re: Causality

Postby Meno_ » Wed Aug 08, 2018 2:49 pm

Guide wrote:[Note: arrogant and lazy persons, and know-it-alls, with no respect for philosophy and its basic forms, such as "Meno", are requested not to reply.]

The question why is the origin of the conception of causality. And yet, the why is fateful. And yet, one can overcome the why, in being.

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'one of the most influential but also criticized philosophers of the XX century. With Being and Time 1927 he sets apart his existential analytic from psychology as well as from anthropology and from the other human sciences that deny the ontological foundation, overcoming the Cartesian dualism in search of the ontological unit of an articulated multiplicity, as human being is. Heidegger's Dasein Analytic defines the fundamental structures of human being such as being-in-the-world, a unitary structure that discloses the worldhood of the world; the modes of being (Seinsweisen), such as fear (Furcht) and anxiety (Angst); and the relationship between existence and time. In his existential analytic, anxiety is one of the fundamental moods (Grundbefindlichkeit) and it plays a pivotal role in the relationship of Dasein with time and world. The paper firstly focuses on the modes of being, underlining the importance of anxiety for the constitution of human being; secondly, it shows the relationship between anxiety and the world, and anxiety and time: rejecting both the Aristotelian description of time, as a sequence of moments that informs our common understanding of time, and the Augustine's mental account of inner time, Heidegger considers temporality under a transcendental point of view. Temporality is ek-static, it is a process through which human being comes toward and back to itself, letting itself encounter the world and the entities. The transcendental interpretation of time'

'one of the most influential but also criticized philosophers of the XX century. With Being and Time 1927 he sets apart his existential analytic from psychology as well as from anthropology and from the other human sciences that deny the ontological foundation, overcoming the Cartesian dualism in search of the ontological unit of an articulated multiplicity, as human being is. Heidegger's Dasein Analytic defines the fundamental structures of human being such as being-in-the-world, a unitary structure that discloses the worldhood of the world; the modes of being (Seinsweisen), such as fear (Furcht) and anxiety (Angst); and the relationship between existence and time. In his existential analytic, anxiety is one of the fundamental moods (Grundbefindlichkeit) and it plays a pivotal role in the relationship of Dasein with time and world. The paper firstly focuses on the modes of being, underlining the importance of anxiety for the constitution of human being; secondly, it shows the relationship between anxiety and the world, and anxiety and time: rejecting both the Aristotelian description of time, as a sequence of moments that informs our common understanding of time, and the Augustine's mental account of inner time, Heidegger considers temporality under a transcendental point of view. Temporality is ek-static, it is a process through which human being comes toward and back to itself, letting itself encounter the world and the entities. The transcendental interpretation of time.'

re: Brencio F, on Heidegger's effect on Binswanger , 1956 Oct-Dec

This is only a general citation and title,
to show a-priori, a narrative on Lambigious's comment on the issue of 'consolation' as an undifferentiated causal apparatus, as it functions in the mode of representation of Dasein.

It has no bearing on the overall consideration of primary causation, the very explicit ontologically obvious comments on basic logic does point to that.
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Re: Causality

Postby Guide » Wed Aug 08, 2018 5:42 pm

“However i can and will reply on basis of.the use of unhelpful and unphilosophical ad-hominem.”


The contemporary meaning of ad hominem is simply a rule of comity (as in political debate or gladiatorial contestation) and is closer to the opposite of a conception with philosophic relevance. The phrase ad hominem, to the man, in its proper meaning, is another name for the Socratic method (in contradistinction to sophistry which hides behind statements). It should also be said that pointing out that someone is stupid, or that they have no respect for philosophy, when they objectively deserve so to be called or designated, is of inestimable importance to a serious discussion.

It’s not worth responding to such stranger enemies of the thinking part of the community, who remain outside the group, since one wastes the group's time producing answers which the evil strangers don’t understand and don’t reciprocate with philosophic work due to their huge inflated fussy arrogance and egos which reach to the wealthiest classes. They are a profound embarrassment to the group of intelligent persons.
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Re: Causality

Postby Meno_ » Wed Aug 08, 2018 7:01 pm

Guide wrote:
“However i can and will reply on basis of.the use of unhelpful and unphilosophical ad-hominem.”


The contemporary meaning of ad hominem is simply a rule of comity (as in political debate or gladiatorial contestation) and is closer to the opposite of a conception with philosophic relevance. The phrase ad hominem, to the man, in its proper meaning, is another name for the Socratic method (in contradistinction to sophistry which hides behind statements). It should also be said that pointing out that someone is stupid, or that they have no respect for philosophy, when they objectively deserve so to be called or designated, is of inestimable importance to a serious discussion.

It’s not worth responding to such stranger enemies of the thinking part of the community, who remain outside the group, since one wastes the group's time producing answers which the evil strangers don’t understand and don’t reciprocate with philosophic work due to their huge inflated fussy arrogance and egos which reach to the wealthiest classes. They are a profound embarrassment to the group of intelligent persons.


At the very least, it is a self imposed belief which exports to the first available person, not at all in line with the Socratic Method, who treated people like Meno with the understanding and time he deserved.
If , for instance, pan psychism and automatic writing is taken as seriously as it is today, then it would show an utter disregard for sources of which You may have poo-pooed from your own vantage point.

Disregarding the etymology of the meaning of such words as ad-hominem, is tantamount to give licence to bear any scandalous modern and post modern interpretation to the so called impoverished person coming across to such vahrancy.

What You are doing is exactly that: which modernity has come down to: Colluding archytipical and post modern ideas in a deconstructed frame of mind , based on false assumptions. giving broadly stated knowledge of interweaving, and intervening facts.

I might as well accuse you of laziness etc. , even moral turpitude, forgetting that we have minimal and extremely scant relationships with each other.

It may just sound reasonable, given your prefrontery.

The proof is not in some pudding, especially in a supposedly uncommon and ungenteel conversation.
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Re: Causality

Postby Guide » Tue Aug 21, 2018 11:31 pm

"who treated people like Meno with the understanding and time he deserved."


The group says, this is decidedly not so, and, in addition, the essence of the notion "deserves" eludes the enemy stranger, who is not the guest friend of philosophy. In all the Dialogues of Plato there is a sometimes spoken, sometimes tacit, minimal standard of the "domestication" of the interlocutor or dialogic partner. Socrates never speaks to sheer brutes, to they who are not human insofar as all humans are guests of the region philosophy vouchsafes to them. The enemy stranger: one of the walking brutes who makes noise that mocks their own being.
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