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His " philosophical critics " about ethics and society are most of the time very well analysed and written but his " eternal return " of life whenever a human dies is not ( but it is theory and it has an originality ) very deep in exact facts in my opinion.V 1 Comment
Fancy words to say that we are limited in our knowledge to seek an absolute truth ( and that it is futile to even trying ) and that we have therefor to try to accept our existence in the here and now. It's more a way of life than a philosophy. I think that he's too overrated and sometimes he is even boring.
After analysed every radical doubt he came to the conclusion that one thing is sure ; that he exist. His saying " I think therefore I am " was true, even when he was dreaming or when his senses played tricks with his mind. It was even necessarly true because it's impossible to deny it without being in contradiction with yourself. If you're saying that you have doubts about your existence it proves in fact that you exist otherwise you wouldn't have a doubt to begin with. You also can't ignore the existence of your thinking because it is with your abbility to think that you are able to have doubts or to understand when your dreaming or not, when your mind is playing tricks or not ( third parties who agree on reality ). Therefore thinking and I ( my existence ) are the same. A proven self identity that has a body with a consience. Comments who are saying that " I am, therefore I think " are not always necessarly true are misleaded by concepts like intelligence that has nothing to do with ...more
It's a pitiful shame that "I think, therefore I am" does not guarantee "I am, therefore I think"-- the essence of the burgeoning modern tragedy.
A conflicted and disjointed "philosophy" (more a stream of consciousness) that greatly influenced and abetted the oppressive collectivisms to come.
Gave western civilization a rational argument, a logical need, for a Creator.
Groundbreaking, anarchic and surreal anti-capitalist academic who paved the way for the internet age, coining the concept of a "virtual world" in 1967, as well as laying much of the groundwork for modern-day neurodiversity and alternative education movements in his works the with anti-authoritarian communist psychoanalyst Felix Guattari.
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