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This is a very important book. It discusses some of the most fundamental issues in philosophy. And in its course, it challenges assumptions that have dominated and defined analytic philosophy since its inception. Every serious philosopher should read it, and it is hard to believe that those who do will not be changed by it in some way. The book comprises three essays and an introduction. Most users should sign in with their email address.
Sad face graffiti on the wall in Breckinridge. Kimhi, an associate professor in the John U. Nef Committee on Social Thought and the College, is famous in modern philosophical circles for his Thinking and Being: A Two Way Capacity —a book forthcoming from Harvard University Press but long in circulation in the form of drafts and lecture notes passed among colleagues and former students. His research connects logic and the philosophy of language to questions in metaphysics and psychoanalysis. When I arrive at the fifth-floor classroom in Foster Hall on a Tuesday in April, I find a diverse group of about 15 undergraduates, a few missing among 19 enrolled. This is a comparative literature class, a philosophy class, and a Committee on Social Thought class, and I recognize fellow English majors besides. Who is the father?
Opposing a long-standing orthodoxy of the Western philosophical tradition running from ancient Greek thought until the late nineteenth century, Frege argued that psychological laws of thought—those that explicate how we in fact think—must be distinguished from logical laws of thought—those that formulate and impose rational requirements on thinking. Logic does not describe how we actually think, but only how we should. Yet by thus sundering the logical from the psychological, Frege was unable to explain certain fundamental logical truths, most notably the psychological version of the law of non-contradiction—that one cannot think a thought and its negation simultaneously. In closing the gap that Frege opened, Kimhi shows that the two principles of non-contradiction—the ontological principle and the psychological principle—are in fact aspects of the very same capacity, differently manifested in thinking and being. As his argument progresses, Kimhi draws on the insights of historical figures such as Aristotle, Kant, and Wittgenstein to develop highly original accounts of topics that are of central importance to logic and philosophy more generally. Self-consciousness, language, and logic are revealed to be but different sides of the same reality. While astronomer Vera Rubin made significant contributions to our understanding of dark matter and championed the advancement of women in science, she is not that well known outside of the scientific community.
Irad Kimhi - Thinking and Being (2018, Harvard University Press).pdf
A negative judgment " S is not p " says what is not the case, but since what is not the case is nothing and does not exist, a negative judgment says nothing and is not a judgment at all. Wittgenstein called this state of affairs "the mystery of negation. No less fastidious a logician than Rudolf Carnap sneered at philosophers who take such trifles seriously. Parmenides, the first of many who did, drew the conclusion that one simply cannot say or think what is not, admonishing followers: "Say and think only this, being is. The price they usually pay for their explanation is metaphysical idealism.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Thinking and Being
This particular formulation of the law of non-contradiction appears to specify a limit on what is possible to believe or to think. There are three traditional ways to understand the necessity expressed by this formulation of the law: 1 the law is a law of nature, and thus expresses a natural or empirical necessity, 2 the law is an instance of a logical truth, and thus expresses a logical necessity, 3 the law is a normative law of thoughts-- a demand to which all intellectual activities must conform. I shall discuss the dual concepts of affirmation and denial and some of their history. There is, I shall try show, a different way different from 1 2 and 3 associated with Spinoza to see the law. Spinoza's discussion of affirmation will allow us to see that "this law is not a law but life", and thus "life as it is lived in the village at the foot of the hill on which the Castle is built. Institute Fellows Events Wikotheque.
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Irad Kimhi's Thinking and Being marks a radical break with Frege's legacy in analytic philosophy, exposing the flaws of his approach and outlining a novel.
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