Reductionism a Problem of Philosophy

cover‘The problem here is the conflict between ‘full and explicit’. for when we adopt a reflective attitude we can analyse the elements which are operative in a particular experience. However by analysing by taking the whole apart – we change the structure of the experience, it finds expression as a fragmented whole. The fullness, the qualitative unity – of the reciprocity is lost. The problem here is problem of philosophy itself. ‘

Art and Embodiment: From Aesthetics to Self-consciousness
Paul Crowther
Publisher: OUP Oxford; New edition edition (5 April 2001)


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