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By G. A. J. Rogers Tom Sorell

ISBN-10: 0199278997

ISBN-13: 9780199278992

Philosophy written in English is overwhelmingly analytic philosophy, and the ideas and predilections of analytic philosophy aren't in basic terms unhistorical yet anti-historical, and adversarial to textual observation. Analytic frequently aspires to a really excessive measure of readability and precision of formula and argument, and it usually seeks to learn via, and in step with, present average technology. In an previous period, analytic philosophy aimed toward contract with traditional linguistic intuitions or good judgment ideals, or either. All of those elements of the topic take a seat uneasily with using ancient texts for philosophical illumination. during this publication, ten individual philosophers discover the tensions among, and the probabilities of reconciling, analytic philosophy and heritage of philosophy. individuals: M. R. Ayers, John Cottingham, Daniel Garber, Gary Hatfield, Anthony Kenny, Steven Nadler, G. A. J. Rogers, Tom Sorell, Catherine Wilson, Yves Charles Zarka

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In Job, 13, lect. 1. These references are cited in Keith Ward, Religion and Revelation (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1994). 5 Why Do History of Philosophy? 29 We cannot exempt one alleged revelation, be it Christian or any other, from the general process of human history and development, so as to leave it unquestioned, indubitable and simply given as a whole. The conversation in which the theologian must engage is a conversation with the many differing perspectives and forms of thought which characterize human life.

Individuals who ignore their past, or fail to understand it, are liable to find their deliberations marred by distortions of perception and understanding. Their deliberations may appear to be rational, but because of projections and hidden assumptions operating beneath the surface, they may fail to grasp the deeper significance of what they are doing, with potentially disastrous results. Now analytic philosophers, or many of them, tend to be highly sceptical about the idea of the past as exercising a hidden influence on the present, since they tend to subscribe to a highly ratiocentric model of the mind as a transparent goldfish bowl, within which clearly identifiable items called ‘beliefs’ and ‘desires’ swim around, only waiting to be properly arranged in order for rational decisions to be possible.

We can conclude, sometimes, Frede says, that the philosopher had no good reason. This is a hard conclusion to reach—it is claiming that it is not owing to our lack of understanding that we find it difficult to understand why the person held this view—a claim not easily made in the case of philosophers, whose power of intellect and depth of insight generally far exceed our own. In that case we have to look for explanation of a different kind. But even here, historical understanding of A’s holding view p will involve a philosophical understanding of the view itself—otherwise, how judge that there was no good reason?

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