Thursday, August 23, 2012

Cleavage: Phenomenology and Peirce

All phenomenologies rise from where all the lives split up the world as it does.  In each instance "phenomenon" begins.  However, Charles Peirce with his unfinished system of synechism ("connectionism through monism") breaks up the boundary between the world and the lives.  He nihilates the subject-object dualism, fixed set of the duality, and rather argues the clear continuity of the world and the lives.

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