Synonyms for perspectivism or Related words with perspectivism
Examples of "perspectivism"
6. Central to Transcendental
is the search for the Other. Since all is consciousness we can communicate with all. This makes Transcendental
a shamanistic philosophy.
rejects domination in all its forms. It especially rejects domination of men over women. For this reason Transcendental
embraces a reevaluation of the philosophical canon from a feminist perspective.
is a hybrid philosophy developed by German-born philosopher, Professor Werner Krieglstein. A blending of Friedrich Nietzsche's
and the utopian ideals of the Transcendentalism movement, Transcendental
challenges Nietzsche's claim that there are no absolute truths while fully accepting his observation that all truth can only be known in the context of one's own perception. This is accomplished through an appreciation of the emotional relationship between two perceptions (the "perceiver" and the "other").
aims for cooperation and connectedness over competition and survival of the fittest. This, too, is seen to be more natural and adaptive.
is a hybrid philosophy blending Friedrich Nietzsche's
and the utopian ideals of the Transcendentalism movement. Transcendental
challenges Nietzsche's claim that there is no absolute truths while fully accepting his observation that all truth can only be known in the context of one's perception. This is accomplished through an appreciation of the emotional relationship between two perceptions (the "perceiver" and the "other"). In the simplest of terms, a transcendental truth can only be known when two individuals come to agree on the truth by either force or cooperation, thus working together to build a shared reality.
prefers diversity and difference over singularity. These are assumed to be more natural and beneficial in evolutionary terms.
assumes that there is a unique perspective, an inside-out view for everything that exists, including Nothingness. This puts consciousness at the center.
begins at the different versions of the Greek myths. Symbolism created multiple suggestions for a vers. Structuralism teaches us the polysemy of the poems.
The main Jain contribution to epistemology has been their theory of "many sided-ness" or "multi-
" (Anekantavada) which says that since the world is multifaceted, any single viewpoint is limited ("naya" — a partial standpoint). This has been interpreted as a kind of pluralism or
. According to Jain epistemology, none of the pramanas gives absolute or perfect knowledge since they are each limited points of view.
Neuropsychoanalysis meets this challenge via dual-aspect monism, sometimes referred to as
. That is, we are monistic. Our brains, including mind, are made of one kind of stuff, cells, but we perceive this stuff in two different ways.
recognizes truth as experiential and personal, but not as objective and universal. Therefore, all religious beliefs including agnosticism and atheism are respected equally, as long as they do not impose their values on others.
assumes a holistic view of the human body. Mind and body are one. Healing the body can never be seen in isolation and vice versa, a sickness of the mind affects the body.
8. As a shamanistic philosophy Transcendental
provides the basis for a reanimation of the natural (material or inanimate) world. This will not result in a new superstition, but will be complemented by mathematical structure and empirical verification.
Born in Rio de Janeiro, Viveiros de Castro taught at the "École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales", the University of Chicago, and at the University of Cambridge. His principal contribution is the development of the idea of Amerindian
, the absence of any transcendental truth leaves the perceiver with truth that is only valid from the perceiver's own perspective. Truth becomes arbitrary and the "other" becomes a pawn in the formulations of the perceiver's self-perceived truths. This led Nietzsche to ponder the justification of things like authoritarianism that conflict with the moral positions of many philosophers.
In addition to epistemology, Sosa has also written on metaphysics, modern philosophy and philosophy of mind. In his books "Knowledge in Perspective" (1991) and "A Virtue Epistemology" (2007), Sosa defends a form of virtue epistemology called "virtue
", which distinguishes animal knowledge from reflective knowledge.
10. By providing a full and in-depth understanding of the physical nature of the human being Transcendental
initiates a renaissance of the body. It invites a physical celebration of the human being within a physical world. This reevaluation of the human body will lead to a third enlightenment, the Enlightenment of the Body.
11. By reconnecting humanity with the rest of the physical world Transcendental
will initiate a new spirituality. This has been called a cosmic spiritually. It is cosmic consciousness because these new individuals will be fully aware of being members of a larger whole, as they themselves are the composite symphony of numerous smaller wholes.
Besides "Biophilosophy" (1986), his philosophical contributions include articles on complementarity (
), process philosophy, the mandala principle, and the convergence of science and spirituality. Additional publications deal with holistic alternative medicine and healing ways of thinking such as fuzzy logic. Yin-Yang thinking (both/and logic), Buddhist and Jain logic.
Sacrifice in the Post-Kantian Tradition:
, Intersubjectivity, and Recognition is a book-length study of sacrifice by Paolo Diego Bubbio in which he provides a historical and theoretical analysis of the development of the concept of sacrifice through the works of Kant, Karl Solger, Hegel, Kierkegaard, and Nietzsche.
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