from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun The condition of being
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Schiller's reading of Kant, along the aesthetic, epistemological, and political lines of singularity and nonclassicality.
In this case, Kant's requirements are still fulfilled at different levels of theory, insofar as concerns the logical structure of our arguments differently or our practical justifications for such arguments, including specifically that for the possibility or necessity of nonclassicality.
As a bridge to a more textually oriented discussion of nonclassicality in and via de Man's work,
As de Man's work suggests, however, in aesthetics and elsewhere, stronger forms of nonclassicality may be possible or become necessary.
This view actually leads to a more radical form of nonclassicality.
A nonclassical theory can, thus, be defined by an epistemological double rupture, which would lead to the most radical form of nonclassicality.