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Panzersperren und Hindernisse КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: Podzun-Pallas-VerlagСерия: Waffen-Arsenal S-58Автор(ы): Sonja WetzigЯзык: GermanГод издания: 2000Количество страниц: 52ISBN: 3-79-09-0698-0Формат: pdf (72 dpi) 2237x3157Размер: 65.2 mb RapidIfolder sixty eight
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For if he admits that the words signify something, why will he not allow that our reasoning deals with this something which is signified, Interpretations of language 21 rather than merely with the words? 42 Descartes and Hobbes are talking at cross purposes here, as is the case in other sections of the objections and Descartes’s response to them. The original Latin text illustrates this much more clearly than does the French translation. The positions taken on both sides were too much at odds with one another to allow a common language to be found.
The texts by Pascal that come into question here are his Pensées and his Art de persuader. For Pascal, the “esprit de géométrie,” or the expression of abstract and deductive thinking, can, with its rigid principles, never be adequate to the manifold phenomena of life. The resultant rejection of refined forms of rationalistically inspired thought is unmistakable. And in the opposition of “esprit” and “coeur” as well, the validity of abstract and deductive thinking is severely delimited. ” Pascal’s Jansenist point of view is directly expressed in his references to Augustine.
Gassendi’s clerical duties did not prevent him from being just as avid a champion of the natural Interpretations of language 23 sciences as Descartes. The same applies to Descartes’s informant of many years, Mersenne, who had accomplished significant things as a physicist and as an organizer of an extensive international correspondence with other scholars. And the shock over Galileo’s condemnation was common not only to Descartes and Gassendi, but to many of the leading intellectual figures of the time.
Panzersperren und Hindernisse by Sonja Wetzig