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The Cult of the Right

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DL012  Part 0: Voorwoord

DL003  Part 1: Hoezo probleem? Waar of niet waar?

DL004  Part 2: Over cultuur en cultuurkritiek

DL005  Part 3: Caring for each other: Plato

DL006  Part 4: De graal van de kennis

DL007  Part 5: Waarachtigheid als levenswijze

DL008  Part 6A: Time does not wait for you – And the world created God

DL009  Part 6B: De tijd beidt niet – Big brother in heaven

DL010  Part 7: Revelatio

DL011  Part 8: Bibliografie en leeswijzer

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From To Can to To Know

In 2018 the second part of the project
'From To Can to To Know’ is published.

While the in 2017 published first collection by the presentation of Zilsel's work and of several interpretations of some aspects of that work, postulated the idea of a confluence in history of brainwork and manual labour, leading to the concept of science, the second part is focused on answering the question as to what this means.

Diederick Raven questions the by Zilsel himself  suggested one-direction traffic option, containing the notion that manual labour development would have caused the origin of science.

Edgar Zilsel himself in his essay about the methods of humanism sharpens his idea that humanism impossibly  might have caused the origin of science.

Maarten van den Oever outlines the casual impulse Zilsel gave to a double paradigm-switch, in fact one of modernity to postmodernity in the concept of science, and one from Geisteswissenschaft to historical epistemology. A multidimensional approach, conceptualized from the central notions of historical epistemology, is after that applied in a case study about Brunelleschi.

The problem of the relation between mathematics and physical reality, which Zilsels Wiener Kreiss barely could swallow, is historically explained by Mirjam Goedkoop in her thesis about Kant’s algorhytms and  Frege’s conception of mathematics.

After this publication this project is completed. We foresee for the future indeed new publications about the idea of knowing and the way society provides in its need for knowledge and the way it sees this, but that will no longer be specifically connected to the theme that Zilsel brought to the fore.

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Collection 1

DL014  Zilsel and the Zilselthesis

DL015  Over de sociale bronnen van de moderne wetenschap (PDF)

DL016  The Geniusreligion

DL017  Edgar Zilsel over historische wetmatigheden (PDF)

DL018  Edgar Zilsels epistemologie van massafenomenen (PDF)

Collection 2

DL019  How to Break an Egg

DL020  Between Craft and Science, the case of Filippo "Pippo" Brunelleschi

DL021  Manual Labour and Intellectual Labour (PDF)

DL022  Koyré vs Olschki / Zilsel (PDF)

DL023  Kant's Conception of Arithemetic (PDF)

DL024  The Origin of the Spirit of Science (PDF)

Searching for the Will

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DL012  Part 1: Democracy is Dead, Don’t get used to it

 

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