Southborough, MAUSA 01772
May 31, 2012
No introduction yet
The aim seems to be political science. The icons of crit theory seem to begin their education, ostensibly, scouring all the great works and, sadly, I think, turn to science for new ideas. Marx, as I understand it, spurned philosophy in its entirety save turning Hegels dialectical spiritualism into materialism. So, as someone who is engaged by philosophy, I find this phase of it, which has captured so much attention is recent history, oddly prescriptive.
Hi John. I don't think my PIII/256M/5G notebook would handle Skype. <g> My crit theory is weak to nil anyway. I would, however, like to understand how the icons begin with philosophy and yet somehow coalesce around an a-philosophical agenda.
Hi John, welcome from Chicago- maybe some day you will join us!
Hey, I just recently finished a senior thesis on 20th century analytic and post-analytic theories of mental content. ;-) I noticed you were interested in post-analytic philosophy