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Conception. I invite others to articulate it further. In doing so, we return to the ancient Pyrrhonian insight that skepticism is a practice integral to living a good life. 33 Even if Pyrrhonians went much too far in rejecting all belief, this insight of theirs deserves preserving. 34 References

In: International Journal for the Study of Skepticism
Author: John Ryder

order and form, both of which are critical features of art and of aesthetic experience. Indeed, “only when an organism shares in the ordered relations of its environment does it secure the stability essential to living. And when the participation comes after a phase of disruption and conflict, it bears

In: Knowledge, Art, and Power

. Together with Mendelian genetics, the theory of evolution provides plausible ways in which seemingly designed complex life forms can gradually evolve out of simpler materials. While it seemed necessary to posit a designing agent to account for the appearance of design in the living world before Darwin

In: International Journal for the Study of Skepticism
Author: Kirk Lougheed

seem to make their living, at least in part, by disagreeing with one another. Just think of all of the philosophical writing inspired by the thought that a colleague is mistaken. What would we write about if we didn’t disagree with each other? Also consider that part of a philosopher’s training

In: International Journal for the Study of Skepticism
Author: Bret W. Davis

in the poet’s accompanying comment regarding “the ancient tale about the man who used a skull for a pillow and ended up unable to distinguish dream from reality—that, too, tells us something about life.” 16 Which is dream and which is reality, dead matter or living experience, the skull or the

In: Research in Phenomenology
Author: Jason M. Wirth

, Nishida’s colleague and philosophical rival, adapted this to Shinran’s True Pure Land practice: “No one can live a genuine life except through death. Living in death, acting as one who has died, becomes the way to true life.” 10 The Great Death does not collapse philosophy, but rather expands it. One

In: Research in Phenomenology

Prussian Rhine Provinces on the jury system. Meyer, a jurist from Amsterdam, was living in Cleves which formed part of the Prussian provinces at that time. Meyer answered the question of Tydeman by giving an extensive summary in Dutch of the reports of the Prussian committee and spoke appreciatively of the

In: The Development of the Criminal Law of Evidence in the Netherlands, France and Germany between 1750 and 1870

1850s in Bavaria, Baden, Wurttemberg and Prussia. In the revolutionary period of 1848 and 1849 the reforms occurred in a sudden and high tempo in the German territories and they were motivated predominantly by political-constitutional motives. Even though the internal development within the scientific

In: The Development of the Criminal Law of Evidence in the Netherlands, France and Germany between 1750 and 1870
Author: Peter S. Fosl

’s formulation, forms of life depend upon Übereinkunft (agreement) ( pi 355). So, as Bloor (1983) understood Wittgenstein to maintain, the possibilities of playing football, of being a football player, reasoning, playing backgammon, painting, promising, and even simply living as a human being are determined

In: International Journal for the Study of Skepticism
Author: Benjamin Hill

’s skepticism as a compelling and viable way of life. Neto’s brief essay provides the strongest, albeit limited, support for theses (A), (B), and (D) of any of the twelve in the volume. The final three essays are in part four, “Three Reactions to Scepticism.” In “Giordano Bruno on Scepticism,” Tristan Dagron

In: International Journal for the Study of Skepticism