That is, the choice we are tacitly presented with is between a "scientific" approach, as represented by one or another of the current versions of "materialism," and an "antiscientific" approach, as represented by Cartesianism
or some other traditional religious conception of the mind.
Malafouris's criticism of residual Cartesianism
in contemporary cognitive science is welcome.
Lacking its own Enlightenment and corresponding Eastern European Cartesianism
, this geopolitical "other" either submits by internalizing the externally imposed identity or completely rejects it.
As Dryden re-imagines Antony and Cleopatra in All for Love, he provides not an Aristotelian riposte to Descartes so much as a "skepticism about Cartesianism
that is divorced from any commitment to Aristotelianism" (133).
Susan Bordo, The Flight to Objectivity: Essays on Cartesianism
The Hellenic Origins of Unamuno's Skepticism and Niebla's Skeptical Parody of Cartesianism
The effect is a revision of what Cartesianism
Hodgson's basic philosophy of mind aligns with nonreductive dualism in order to escape the mysticism of Cartesianism
and the causal sterility of the mind under forms of physical reductionism (58).
Where Maude uses Merleau-Ponty and phenomenology to dismantle Cartesianism
(in the mind-body split of Beckett's early prose works in particular), McMullan finds 'the lens that the former's philosophy offers brings the latter's experiential drama into focus' (p.
If Donald Davidson's concepts of "radical interpretation" and "principle of charity" can be applied to Sorell's concept of "innocent Cartesianism
," we would ask that the same consideration be given to Aristotle.
But this kind of Cartesianism
on steroids is what has given liberalism a bad name.
is not a pun but what Wittgenstein called a language game proper, a way of thought and a way of life.