Az MTA BTK Filozófiai Intézete szeretettel meghívja Önöket
PAUL RICHARD BLUM (Loyola University Maryland, jelenleg Palacký University Olomouc.)
Helyszín: Budapest, 1014 Országház utca 30. (Pepita terem)
Időpont: 2014. április 29., 16:00
R. G. Collingwood famously stated that, if something appears to be unreasonable, it is likely the answer to a question we have not yet understood. He therefore invited to think of philosophical theroems as answers to philosophical questions. In other words, every philosophy has its history. This also entails that, in order to understand a philosophical problem, one has to think with the head of the other philosopher. I will illustrate this with a number of examples, including Immanuel Kant, René Descartes, Michael Polanyi, and Friedrich Nietzsche with the paradigms of narrativity, internal and external aspects of thinking, and contextualization. I hope to show that the divide between history of philosophy and philosophy proper does not actually exist.