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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 17 Jul 20

In the lectures published as Plato and Europe, Jon Patočka (1907–1977) asks a series of questions: What does the soul mean? What is its significance? and What does it me to care for it? These questions Patočka says are central to the heritage of Europe’s spiritual identity. To answer them, he will appeal to readings of Greek myth, Plato, Democritus, and Aristotle, but more fundamentally these questions are approached in the mode of phenomenology, principally stemming from a unique reading of Husserl, and to an extent Heidegger. I won’t recount Patočka’s historical exegesis here, as my concern is with the …

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In the lectures published as Plato and Europe, Jon Patočka (1907–1977) asks a series of questions: What does the soul mean? What is its significance? and What does it me to care for it? These questions Patočka says are central to the heritage of Europe’s spiritual identity. To answer them, he will appeal to readings of Greek myth, Plato, Democritus, …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 5 Jan 20

https://medium.com/media/90355a347534ef63c06ef372fbd4be9d/hrefMy talk for the ( æthos ) Salon Series: Intuition as Sensemaking event held on November 4. It’s about linking perceptual learning to intuition and in so doing starting to frame an account of the genesis of intuitive abilities, or, as I’m framing it, a process we could call intuition-making. Full notes below.I’m trying to land us in a place where we can talk meaningful about some aspects of intuition-making as part of the larger sense-making process.So, I’m going to speak a little bit about intuition and its characteristics, I’ll move into the history of perceptual learning as an idea, and …

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https://medium.com/media/90355a347534ef63c06ef372fbd4be9d/hrefMy talk for the ( æthos ) Salon Series: Intuition as Sensemaking event held on November 4. It’s about linking perceptual learning to intuition and in so doing starting to frame an account of the genesis of intuitive abilities, or, as I’m framing it, a process we could call intuition-making. Full notes below.I’m trying to land us in a place where …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 5 Dec 19

An excerpt from a chapter that never was.Continue reading on Medium »

An excerpt from a chapter that never was.Continue reading on Medium »


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