Browsing Archive: August, 2010

Reading Philosophy Today

Posted by Edward Willatt on Thursday, August 19, 2010, In : Transcendental Philosophy 

A very interesting debate has been taking place between different bloggers over the way we should read philosophy.  The issue is whether thinkers like Kant, Husserl or Derrida can be presented as realists in order to meet the challenges posed by speculative realism and object-oriented philosophy.  The notion that such philosophies are caught in the ‘correlationist circle’, as Quentin Meillassoux argues, has been challenged by those seeking to establish the realist credentials of these phi...


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Browsing Archive: August, 2010

Reading Philosophy Today

Posted by Edward Willatt on Thursday, August 19, 2010, In : Transcendental Philosophy 

A very interesting debate has been taking place between different bloggers over the way we should read philosophy.  The issue is whether thinkers like Kant, Husserl or Derrida can be presented as realists in order to meet the challenges posed by speculative realism and object-oriented philosophy.  The notion that such philosophies are caught in the ‘correlationist circle’, as Quentin Meillassoux argues, has been challenged by those seeking to establish the realist credentials of these phi...


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