A Vacuum Of Comprehension: The Sickness Of Modern Skepticism

The essay presents the ideas of Stanley Cavell, according to which the sickness of skepticism can only be satisfactorily understood from a practical posture arisen from a dialogue between philosophy, the arts and Romantic literature, and between psychology and philosophy. The opening to an ‘in betwe...

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Autor Principal: Peñuela, Jorge
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Lenguaje:Español (Spanish)
Publicado: Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas 2011
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spelling ir-11349-239492020-06-04T21:43:48Z A Vacuum Of Comprehension: The Sickness Of Modern Skepticism Vacío de comprensión: enfermedad del escepticismo moderno Peñuela, Jorge beauty skepticism modernity recognition Romanticism belleza duelo escepticismo modernidad reconocimiento romanticismo The essay presents the ideas of Stanley Cavell, according to which the sickness of skepticism can only be satisfactorily understood from a practical posture arisen from a dialogue between philosophy, the arts and Romantic literature, and between psychology and philosophy. The opening to an ‘in between’ constitutes the Romantic answer to Kant’s philosophy, which conceived man as a being who is claimed by two worlds. The Romantics propose a third world in which one can be and not be, a world with which one can recognize oneself or long for oneself. This characteristic engenders a feeling that Cavell calls “the sinister condition of the ordinary”.‘Recognition’ is the concept that allows the author to move from the theoretical paradigm to the practical paradigm. El presente ensayo presenta las ideas de Stanley Cavell, según las cuales la enfermedad del escepticismo sólo puede ser satisfactoriamente comprendida desde una postura práctica que surja del diálogo entre filosofía, artes y literatura romántica; y entre psicología y filosofía. La apertura a un entre constituye la respuesta romántica a la filosofía de Kant, que concibió al hombre como un ser reclamado por dos mundos. Los románticos proponen un Tercer Mundo en el cual ser y no ser, con el cual reconocerse o extrañarse. Esta característica suscita un sentimiento que Cavell denomina la condición siniestra de lo ordinario. Reconocimiento es el concepto que le permite al autor desplazarse del paradigma teórico al paradigma práctico. 2011-09-05 2020-06-04T21:43:48Z 2020-06-04T21:43:48Z info:eu-repo/semantics/article info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion Artículo revisado por pares https://revistas.udistrital.edu.co/index.php/c14/article/view/2915 10.14483//udistrital.jour.c14.2011.1.a11 http://hdl.handle.net/11349/23949 spa https://revistas.udistrital.edu.co/index.php/c14/article/view/2915/4258 https://revistas.udistrital.edu.co/index.php/c14/article/view/2915/9238 application/pdf text/html Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas Calle 14 revista de investigación en el campo del arte; Vol. 5 Núm. 6 (2011): Arte y decolonialidad (2da parte); 139-152 CALLE14: revista de investigación en el campo del arte; Vol 5 No 6 (2011): Arte y decolonialidad (2da parte); 139-152 2145-0706 2011-3757
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language Español (Spanish)
topic beauty
skepticism
modernity
recognition
Romanticism
belleza
duelo
escepticismo
modernidad
reconocimiento
romanticismo
spellingShingle beauty
skepticism
modernity
recognition
Romanticism
belleza
duelo
escepticismo
modernidad
reconocimiento
romanticismo
Peñuela, Jorge
A Vacuum Of Comprehension: The Sickness Of Modern Skepticism
description The essay presents the ideas of Stanley Cavell, according to which the sickness of skepticism can only be satisfactorily understood from a practical posture arisen from a dialogue between philosophy, the arts and Romantic literature, and between psychology and philosophy. The opening to an ‘in between’ constitutes the Romantic answer to Kant’s philosophy, which conceived man as a being who is claimed by two worlds. The Romantics propose a third world in which one can be and not be, a world with which one can recognize oneself or long for oneself. This characteristic engenders a feeling that Cavell calls “the sinister condition of the ordinary”.‘Recognition’ is the concept that allows the author to move from the theoretical paradigm to the practical paradigm.
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title A Vacuum Of Comprehension: The Sickness Of Modern Skepticism
title_short A Vacuum Of Comprehension: The Sickness Of Modern Skepticism
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