99) IF YOU didn't think you could tackle solipsism
in a book aimed at eight year olds, think again.
For Trump truth is his least concern and his own solipsism
need show no self-restraint.
This reviewer suspects a mixture of the unfortunate influence of language theory, which challenges the possibility of communication, a degree of solipsism
reinforced by certain realities of poetry's place in American culture, and an overemphasis on "self" The fact is that the long poem in this book, "The Charter of Effects," comprised of fifteen sections and supposedly the centerpiece of the collection, induces more headache than marvel.
Quoting widely from Fodor's work of over thirty years, Arnold discusses mainly two elements in Fodor's thought: the separation of a mental event's content and its causal characteristics (which belong to the mental event only insofar as it is a neurophysical event) on the one hand, and, on the other, a methodological solipsism
that Fodor has to countenance if he admits, as he did especially in his later work, that content features among the causally relevant properties of a mental event.
Life eventually cured her solipsism
, starting with her spontaneous empathy for a grad school co-worker heading off to Vietnam and by extension for all the soldiers on both sides of the conflict and all the people of Vietnam.
This methodological weakness is typical of a lot of post-modern "syllogism physics" (and ultimately the solipsism
of such scientism in general).
Turning Duchamp on his head, El Roto ventures a possible, and defiant, response to the question of what art is: "Arte es lo que se expone donde se expone arte"--Art is what is exhibited where art is exhibited, he asserts, in a statement both accurate and critical insofar as it points out the solipsism
of the art world.
If more tempered in tone, Reframing the Practice of Philosophy testifies to the abiding white dominance and white solipsism
of the discipline.
This is dangerous; English- language journalists already live in a little bubble without the added solipsism
of a still- elite medium like the internet.
Its endless private views, dinners and self-congratulatory solipsism
can start to grate.
2) "Tale of Time," through the narrator's rejection of solipsism
and progression toward unity with his dead mother, lays much of the foundation for the more optimistic Audubon, which asserts the desire for, and possibility of, a true unity with nature, humanity, and the transcendent through a fully realized inclusive identity.
is the idea that you are the only thing you can be sure about existing.