Intuition of the Instant

Intuition of the Instant Appearing in English for the first time Intuition of the Instant Bachelard s first metaphysical meditation on time and its moral implications was written in in the wake of Husserl s lectures on

  • Title: Intuition of the Instant
  • Author: Gaston Bachelard Eileen Rizo-patron
  • ISBN: 9780810129047
  • Page: 495
  • Format: Paperback
  • Appearing in English for the first time, Intuition of the Instant Bachelard s first metaphysical meditation on time and its moral implications was written in 1932 in the wake of Husserl s lectures on streaming time consciousness, Heidegger s Being and Time, and Henri Bergson s philosophy of the lan vital A culmination of Bachelard s earlier studies in scientific epistemoAppearing in English for the first time, Intuition of the Instant Bachelard s first metaphysical meditation on time and its moral implications was written in 1932 in the wake of Husserl s lectures on streaming time consciousness, Heidegger s Being and Time, and Henri Bergson s philosophy of the lan vital A culmination of Bachelard s earlier studies in scientific epistemology, this work builds the epistemic framework that would lead theorists of all stripes to advance knowledge by breaking with accepted modes of thought Intuition of the Instant sows the seeds of Bachelard s future poetics, most notably in the essay Poetic Instant and Metaphysical Instant 1939 included in this volume, along with an excerpt from Jean Lescure s lecture Introduction to Bachelard s Poetics 1966 Eileen Rizo Patron s translation offers a key to Bachelard s subsequent works on science, time, and imagination, which remain epistemological touchstones.

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    1. Gaston Bachelard was a French philosopher who rose to some of the most prestigious positions in the French academy His most important work is on poetics and on the philosophy of science To the latter he introduced the concepts of epistemological obstacle and epistemological break obstacle pist mologique et rupture pist mologique He influenced many subsequent French philosophers, among them Michel Foucault and Louis Althusser.

    2. لم اتفاجأ بروعة هذا الكتاب لأنه من الطبيعي ان يكون نتاج باشلار بالدرجة الأولى عميق وجدلي جدا يرتكز هذا الكتاب على (تفكيك) شفرة كتاب سيلوى Siloë لروبنال وطرح مفهوم ابتسمولوجي ممتع عن تأمل الزمن وتحديد علاقته بالمطلق. فباشلار يرى ان حقيقة الزمن تكمن في اللحظة وأنه واقع معلق بين ع [...]

    3. "لقد بقى طويلا في حالة انتظار إلا أنه فيما يبدو جعل من هذا الانتظار نفسه معرفة""إن الفن هو الانصات الي هذا الصوت الداخلي، انه يجلب لنا الهمس الخفي، انه صوت الشعور الفائق للطبيعة الذي يكمن فينا مستندا الي ثروة غير متحولة ودائمة. انه يرجعنا الي الموقع الأساسي في وجودنا وفي المكا [...]

    4. Another theory of time, which appeared before War World II. This dialectic aims at the meditation of the absolute duration or eternity inside a moment or instance, which is the problem of all metaphysics from a point after antiquity. As the role utopia plays in relation to space, in the sense of an absolute idea for humans and other beings, as theories like this play for the dimension of time. The writing of Gaston Bachelard, poetic, scientific and philosophical at the same time, earns the reade [...]

    5. El autor expresa una idea sobre el tiempo con una pobre (prácticamente nula) dialéctica que podría resumir todos sus argumentos como "La persona 'x' piensa igual que yo, por lo tanto está en lo correcto. Aquí hay una persona 'y' que piensa diferente, claramente vemos que está en un error porque no pienso igual qué él". En algún momento trata de justificar su visión utilizando a Einstein, lo cuál, por pura mención del nombre basta para contradecir ideas tan absurdas como una "dimensi [...]

    6. this is harsh as a three, because it truly reflects my poverty of reading, in that the text uses yet another author's text to argue about the primacy, being, intensity, of the 'instant', rather than the 'duration' of bergson, reflecting on husserl's gradation of sensation. i do not know if i intuit pure instances in void as time, in memory, in thought, in poetry- which is by essence 'metaphysical'? there is some beautiful writing, probably best in french, there is assumed familiarity with works, [...]

    7. " C'est là le génie même de notre âme avide d'un espace sans fin, affamée d'une durée sans borne, assoiffée d'Idéal, persécutée par l'Infini, dont la vie est l’inquiétude d'un perpétuel ailleurs, et dont la nature n'est que le long tourment d'une expansion à tout l'Univers."p.93

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