PHL 553 Lecture Notes - Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Malik, System On A Chip

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Analytic tradition- practiced by english speaking world – problem solving philosophy logic,breaking
down in logical steps and categories of language
continental philosophy-big questions ex: why am i here?- Europe linked with post-existentionalism
phenomenology- study on how we experience the world
levinas- found fatal flaw on what it says about other human beings you vs the “other”
derrida- gift of given time of the king- what a gift is? How it can be transformative
kristeva-issue he grapples is claims we are living through a very nialistic period
recurrant theme patients come with the idea they don't see a purpose in life
how did this happen?
where did things go wrong?
Black sun
theodore dostoevsky traumatized
she tries to tie pieces
nialism- melencholia
tree of life-terrence malik
What is Philosophy?
philosophy the love of wisdom and truth
Search for a truthful understanding of our reality + who we are
philosophical inquiry occasionally conflicts w/:
dominant ways of seeing things (soc norms)
common sense perceptions/attitudes
philosopher is someone who
does not shy away from the feeling of being puzzled
Husseral was jewish until he converted to christianity
founder of modern phenomenology
was dismissed from teaching when he was found out to be jewish
phenomenology-description of the essential features of our everyday lived xps
the way we xp the world around us
EH's PHLical inquiries quickly brought him into the open opposition w/the dominant scientific
attitude of his time (positivism) + w/common sense view of reality
identifies a # of philosophical positions that he rejects:
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