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Back to the rough ground

"phronesis" and "techne" in modern philosophy and in Aristotle

by Joseph Dunne

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Published by University of Notre Dame Press in Notre Dame .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aristotle.,
  • Rationalism.,
  • Reason.,
  • Prudence.,
  • Practice (Philosophy),
  • Philosophy, Modern -- 20th century.,
  • Philosophy, Modern -- 19th century.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 469-483) and index.

    Other titles"Phronesis" and "techne" in modern philosophy and in Aristotle.
    Statementby Joseph Dunne.
    SeriesRevisions
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsB833 .D86 1993
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 492 p.;
    Number of Pages492
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1566558M
    ISBN 10026800689X
    LC Control Number91050564

    This new appreciation of orality seems to address the concern that the most elite-driven, doctrinal, and orthodox works may not be fully reflective of the political Back to the rough ground book standings located in the everyday talk or the immediate experiences of the people in question. Reddy V 1. The wilderness dualism tends to cast any use as abuse, and thereby denies us a middle ground in which responsible use and non-use might attain some kind of balanced, sustainable relationship. One consequence is the conflation of the different forms of communicative context — discursive vs. The terms of the Endangered Species Act in the United States have often meant that those hoping to defend pristine wilderness have had to rely on a single endangered species like the spotted owl to gain legal standing for their case—thereby making the full power of the sacred land inhere in a single numinous organism whose habitat then becomes the object of intense debate about appropriate management and use. The third register I refer to as the enactive because it denotes the non-verbal and non-textual enactment of political norms.

    On the many paradoxes of having to manage wilderness in order to maintain the appearance of an unmanaged landscape, see John C. The autonomy of nonhuman nature seems to me an indispensable corrective to human arrogance. We must account for how political texts may be nested in a context of literature, but also a context of oral traditions, which may itself be nested in a rich enactive system of political practices. Appalled, Zemeckis asked Spielberg for help.

    For CPT, it should be relevant that the privileging of texts is not a neutral and innocent methodological presupposition. We find the enactive register at work, for instance, in the basic norm-governed games of chasing, tickling, and peekaboo that adults co- invent with pre-verbal children. First, methodological focus on texts inhibits dialogue with Indigenous traditions that do not prioritize text in the same way or to the same extent in the reproduction of political culture. European Journal of Political Theory. Rollo T Everyday deeds: Enactive protest, exit, and silence in deliberative systems. And yet radical environmentalists and deep ecologists all too frequently come close to accepting this premise as a first principle.


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By contrast, I would argue, CPT welcomes not just the articulation of enactive political understandings, wherever suitable and available, but also the disruption of the idea that diverse practices can and should be articulated in order to recognize them as fully political.

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New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers. Cultural Critique 27— Zemeckis advised Silvestri to make his compositions grand and epic, despite the film's small scale, to impress Spielberg. No less important was the powerful romantic attraction of primitivism, dating back at least to of that the best antidote to the ills of an Back to the rough ground book refined and civilized modern world was a return to simpler, more primitive living.

The mood among writers who celebrated frontier individualism was almost always nostalgic; they lamented not just a lost way of life but the passing of the heroic men who had embodied that life.

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In reminding us of the world we did not make, wilderness can teach profound feelings of humility and respect as we confront our fellow beings and the earth itself. Here, as in most post-structural approaches to agency, non-verbal practices are understood as constituted through language and therefore remain more or less accessible to language.

LouisMissouriafter the release of Used Cars. What then does Dunne try to achieve? It is where we—all of us, in our different places and ways—make our homes. There are sometimes cultural restrictions on sharing information with outsiders Bell, The writer who best captures this late romantic sense of a domesticated sublime is undoubtedly John Muir, whose descriptions of Yosemite and the Sierra Nevada reflect none of the anxiety or terror one finds in earlier writers.

As more and more tourists sought out the wilderness as a spectacle to be looked at and enjoyed for its great beauty, the sublime in effect became domesticated.

But living is messy and psychologists generally seek to avoid this mess in the interests of getting clean data and cleaner logical explanations. Alcoff LM Merleau-Ponty and feminist theory on experience. In the absence of a basic framework of differentiating between modes of political understanding and practice, contributions to CPT can only provide a perfunctory acknowledgement of the existence of practice- and place-based political understandings.

The classic example is the tropical rain forest, which since the s has become the most powerful modern icon of unfallen, sacred land—a veritable Garden of Eden—for many Americans and Europeans.

Indeed, one of the most striking proofs of the cultural invention of wilderness is its thoroughgoing erasure of the history from which it sprang. Indeed, it is not too much to say that the modern environmental movement is itself a grandchild of romanticism and post-frontier ideology, which is why it is no accident that so much environmentalist discourse takes its bearings from the wilderness these intellectual movements helped create.

The actual frontier had often been a place of conflict, in which invaders and invaded fought for control of land and resources.

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