Filosofiasta ja olemisen yleisestä järkevyydestä

Philosophy and general rationality

Some influential philosophers have interpreted the ideal of general rationality as part of the outdated project of modernity. Arguments for this view are often taken from the hermeneutical philosophy as well, although hermeneutics in continental philosophy has been more Hegelian. According to the author, it is theoretically more reasonable to connect the level of general rationality as the aim of philosophy with an analysis of the tools of reasoning rather than with an existential anthropology. The presuppositions of contemporary practical ethics are referred to as an example of how the philosophical question of joint rationality may arise.

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