By Deepak Chopra
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Thus, ‘[w]hen a concept is to be treated as a concept’, he insists: one has to accept the logic of all or nothing . . at any rate, in a theoretical or philosophical discussion of concepts or of things conceptualizable. 11 This places Derrida squarely at odds not only with Searle but also with proponents of a minimalist-semantic approach along late-Davidsonian lines. That approach no doubt bears a suggestive resemblance to the idea of speech-act iterability as the rock-bottom, least ‘metaphysically’ encumbered means of explaining how communicative uptake occurs across large (otherwise maybe insuperable) differences of utterer’s meaning or operative context.
It promotes reflective thought, thought that presupposes no determining instance except that which confronts it historically as its object (what Hegel called ‘actuality’). 2. This reflective dimension ensues from the modern negotiation between the transcendental and the empirical consequent upon Kant’s ethical deduction of religion. As a result of this deduction, the tension between the transcendental and the empirical is rehearsed immanently by critical philosophy within the finite. 3. Such thinking is therefore concerned with society (however it circumscribes society).
31–63; Michel Foucault, Madness and Civilization: A History of Insanity in the Age of Reason, trans. Richard Howard, New York: Pantheon, 1965. 16. Derrida, ‘The Supplement of Copula’, in Margins of Philosophy, trans. Alan Bass, Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 1982, pp. 175–205. 17. See Emile Benveniste, Problems in General Linguistics, trans. Mary E. Meeks, Coral Gables, FL: University of Miami Press, 1971. 18. Derrida, ‘The Supplement of Copula’, p. 182. 19. See especially Donald Davidson, ‘On the very idea of a conceptual scheme’, in Inquiries into Truth and Interpretation, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1984, pp.
Ageless Body, Timeless Mind: The Quantum Alternative to Growing Old by Deepak Chopra