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By Karl Löwith

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Escrita durante el exilio en Japon y publicada en 1939 De Hegel a Nietzsche ha sido considerada un clasico y juzgada con razon como l. a. obra mas importante sobre l. a. filosofia y l. a. historia intelectual del siglo XIX. En ella Karl Lowith comienza con un examen de las relaciones entre Hegel y Goethe para a continuacion discutir de que manera los discipulos de Hegel -y particularmente Marx y Kierkegaard- interpretaron o reinterpretaron el pensamiento del maestro. Al senalar a Marx y a Kierkegaard como los precursores del decisionismo -con el cual los angeles filosofia legitimaba sus incursiones en el mundo historico- Lowith se propone los angeles tarea de desacreditar al historicismo en tanto responsable del nihilismo filosofico y del decisionismo politico. Y al orientar su pensamiento hacia los angeles despotenciacion de l. a. conciencia historica rehabilita teoricamente los angeles measurement reprimida por el pensamiento historicista: l. a. naturaleza. De Hegel a Nietzsche tiene entonces los angeles peculiaridad de ser un estudio historico pensado como una respuesta a l. a. identificacion de mundo e historia; un intento de contrarrestar los efectos de los angeles conciencia historica utilizando sus propias armas. Lowith asume ese proyecto paradojico desde l. a. certeza de que una vez eliminado el presupuesto de los angeles divinidad del cosmos ya no es posible un retorno a los angeles actitud contemplativa.

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44 This kind of practical non-cognitive grasping is, for Merleau-Ponty (and Dreyfus, Sean Kelly, and others), largely what takes place in learning, and bound up with this privilege given to motor intentionality and skilful coping is a suggestion that such basic activities involve non-inferential perceptual norms. As Dreyfus and Kelly put it: The agent feels immediately drawn to act a certain way. This is different from deciding to perform the activity, since in feeling immediately drawn to do 40 Postanalytic and Metacontinental something the subject experiences no act of the will.

This is always a judgment call, depending The Fate of Transcendental Reasoning 41 on an array of background norms regarding justification and explanatory comprehensiveness. It does suggest, however, that cognitive and empirical science cannot be ignored by any phenomenologist working in this particular embodied transcendental tradition, and that empirical discoveries can and should (potentially) be able to cast doubts on the claims of transcendental philosophy. There is, however, a strong and a weak (immodest and modest) way to interpret Heidegger and Merleau-Ponty’s claims to a primacy of the ready-to-hand and embodied perception.

Second, considered as such a form, in Austin’s hands the transcendental argument becomes much the same sort of device as the standard argument forms of the ordinary language school; say, the paradigm case argument, or the argument from excluded opposites. In each of these three cases, the argument form involves reasoning to a state of affairs from a capacity we have that presupposes it (our wielding of ‘red’ presupposes red things exist; our talk of ‘counterfeit coins’ presupposes there are real ones).

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