integrity than prescientific
ideas about substance, fire, motion, life,
For them, interdisciplinarity is agent-centered, as it has its roots in the prescientific
socialization and education of the individual person.
(24) The Zuckerts lucidly explicate the reasons Strauss had for opposing presentations of language that break too radically with common sense, which perceives the world as comprised of "things with properties." (25) The foremost reason is that we cannot talk sensibly or wisely about political life if we do not grasp it in the prescientific
way in which it ordinarily presents itself to us.
Aristotle had no difficulty in reasoning to an immaterial order or in recognizing the value of common sense as a kind of prescientific
Traditional liturgical prayer, based on biblical imagery, presumes a prescientific
worldview where Earth is the center of the universe and the world was created quickly and perfectly Everything was wonderful until Adam sinned.
This valorization contrasted with Florestan Fernandes's well-known rebuke of the essayist tradition, identified as prescientific
and representative of a worldview centered around status groups.
convention seminar, 'Anesthesiology and Management of Medical Emergencies,' will be presented on April 30, with Dr.
To show the degree to which humanistic discourse belongs to prescientific
cultural ecologies, and so examine the inevitability of its obsolescence.
In the last decades, the dominance of the biomedical model in medicine has led to scientific criticism of WMSs due to their theoretical basis that is perceived as not being in agreement with biomedical theories, but based on paradigms deemed as prescientific
As a result, anyone who does not share the Romantic angst would be associated with the non-European 'primitive, prescientific
and pre-philosophical, myth-dominated' culture, as de Man explains Husserl's position vis-a-vis the non-European cultures in Husserl's 'The Crisis of European Humanity and Philosophy.' Paul de Man points out that Husserl 'warns us...
Recall Vatican M's appraisal of the truth "which God wished to see confided." Acknowledging prescientific
miscalls is a far cry from saying the Bible is either inerrant or total poppycock.