By Michael Sukale (auth.)
The essays that are accrued during this booklet have been written at a variety of periods over the last seven years. The essay "Heidegger and Dewey," that is the final one to be revealed within the publication, used to be really the 1st one I wrote. It was once written as a seminar paper for John D. Goheen's direction on Dewey within the Spring of 1968 at Stanford college the place i used to be a second-year graduate pupil. The paper went unchanged into my thesis "Four stories in Phenomenology and Pragmatism," which i finally submitted in 1971, and it's right here reprinted without alteration aside from the identify. a primary model of the 2 essays on Sartre was once written within the Spring of 1969 in the course of my first 12 months of training at Princeton collage. Even tually i made a decision to damage the essay into components. A shortened model of "Sartre and the Cartesian Ego" was once learn on the japanese department assembly of the yankee Philosophical organization in December 1973.
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From the actual constitution of the individual or species. Psychologism is a form of specific relativism since it tries to argue that the meaning of truth and logical laws may change or evolve with the change or evolution of the actual constitution of the human mind. " 30 c. The Prejudices of Psychologism Husserl tries to dispose of three prejudices of psychologicians to make his own anti-psychologistic position easier to accept. The first one is not really a prejudice, but the clinging to a confusion which he had cleared up earlier in the book.
Any proposition, for instance, which asserts a contradiction, though it were on a subject wholly removed from the sphere of our experience, is to us unbelievable. 3 Likewise the modus ponens rule which asserts that if the proposition "A" is true and the proposition "A--+B" is true then the proposition "B" is true would be interpreted in the following way: Whenever the proposition "A" is judged to be true and the proposition "A--+B" is judged to be true, then the proposition "B" will be judged to be true.
But if (7) is true then there might be many millions of twos just as there are many millions of minds which have the idea "two". This however is absurd. But since (5) is not absurd it follows that (6) is absurd. It must be noted that Frege relies here heavily on the notion that ideas are private mental events and that no two minds can have the same idea. He writes: If the number two were an idea, then it would have straight away to be private to me only. Another man's idea is, ex vi termini, another idea.