Reanimation in philosophy
Combines a metaphilosophical broad view, as an ecology of interacting types, with a long view sketching historical trends and rhythms. Mediates between analysts and metaphysicians by re-classifying 'category-mistakes' as sublimated animist traces serving culturative functions, the basic moments being invocative or attention-getting, commendatory of ways of life and thought, and integrative. Thus takes the animist as the venerable ancestor of all serious systematic philosophy, which at the least places man within both his world and his normative culture.
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AN OVERVIEW OF TYPOLOGIES
THE ROAD TOWARD SYSTEMS
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action analysis Animist Animist Tradition Axial Age C. D. Broad C. I. Lewis causal center of meaning Chapter claim cognitive common sense contrast critical Descartes descriptive descriptive metaphysics Dewey Dewey's Dilthey discourse divergence dualist empiricism empiricist emulation ethics explanation forms foundational insight functions Heidegger human idealism idealist ideational immanental integration inwardness Kant Kantian Karl Jaspers Korner legacy linguistic mergence metaculture metaphilosophy metaphors metaphysics methodological strategy mode moderate monist moral motive myth-like naturalist nature necessity nihilism nihilist non-cognitivism non-naturalisms non-naturalist Nonetheless normative culture Ortega outwardness perennial perennial philosophy perspective perspectivism phenomenology philosophical faith Pitirim Sorokin placement strategies Platonic position pragmatism principles proximate center purposes rational envisagement realism reason religion religious Rorty Rorty's scientific secularized sensate settings skepticism social sociocultural Sorokin speculative Stephan Korner Stoicism strategists sublimated myth symbolic targeting theory thinkers thought transcendent types typology well-founded strategies Wilhelm Dilthey withdrawal strategies world-descriptive worldly York