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Sunday Book Group

  • Dec 9, 2012 · 2:00 PM

Sunday Book Group is currently full - please advise if you would like to be added to the waiting list, or for help in setting up another group.

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  • Kim

    http://www.meetup.com/philosophy-31/messages/boards/thread/29472512 forgot to mention this free e-book promotion through 12/12/12

    December 10, 2012

  • Ana

    Had a blowout on 290! :-/ Sorry to miss group.

    December 9, 2012

    • Brian B

      Hope you got things back together without too much stress.

      December 10, 2012

  • Brian B

    Good discussion on working in groups. Thanks everyone.

    December 10, 2012

  • Kim

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pierre_Bourdieu Bourdieu built upon the theories of Ludwig Wittgenstein, Maurice Merleau-Ponty, Edmund Husserl, Georges Canguilhem, Karl Marx, Gaston Bachelard, Max Weber, Émile Durkheim, Erwin Panofsky, and Marcel Mauss. A notable influence on Bourdieu was Blaise Pascal, after whom Bourdieu titled his Pascalian Meditations. (According to another source he may have been more influenced by Spinoza than Pascal.) According to yet another source, Heidegger's discussion of the "who" of Dasein in chapter IV (Division I) of Being and Time may have influenced Bourdieu's concept of habitus. Here, Heidegger explained how Dasein is always already enmeshed in a context of meaning which he calls "das Man", the impersonal one.

    December 9, 2012

  • Kim

    To Bobbie: Cult and inculcate have different roots. The word 'cult' was first used in the early 17th century denoting homage paid to a divinity and borrowed via the French culte from Latin cultus "worship", from the adjective cultus "inhabited, cultivated, worshipped", derived from the verb colere "care, cultivate".
    As for 'inculcate', it comes from Latin inculcatus, past participle of inculcare, literally, to tread on, from in- + calcare to trample, from calc-, calx heel

    Contrary to what this might suggest, inculcate is used more in terms of educating the young, whereas cult is involved in cultivating beliefs. Hope this explains my reticence for going along with the idea that they are similar.

    December 9, 2012

  • Kim

    http://www.scribd.com/doc/76372370/The-Reality-of-Being-Jeanne-de-Salzmann Found a link for reading online. We are starting section 49 this week.

    December 9, 2012

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