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The threat -- because they represent to all
other areas of knowledge like a constant threat; of course, no
the deductive Sciences, nor the empirical Sciences, nor philosophical
reflection, as long as they remain in its own dimension, not
risk "to move into the camp of" Humanities or "spot" yourself
their epistemological impurity; but we know what
sometimes we have difficulties in establishing those interim
levels that connect to each other these three dimensions
epistemological space. The fact that the slightest
deviation plane these levels pushes the thought to the area
taken by the Humanities, and hence the danger of "psychologism",
"sociology", -- in short, everything "anthropologism.",
that becomes especially threatening when, for example,
are understood properly, the relations of thought to formalization or
when not subjected to the necessary analysis of the modes of being of life,
labour and language. "Anthropological" in our days is the biggest
internal danger for knowledge. Sometimes hastily think
people are already free from himself, as soon as he found out
that is neither the center of creation, nor the center of the space,
neither the ultimate goal of life; but though man is no longer a king in
world Kingdom, although he has already more and not worth the focus
being, anyway, the Humanities -- it's a dangerous intermediaries in
the space of knowledge. However, in fact itself is doomed
their some kind of significant instability. And this, in turn,
explains that all the complexity of "the Humanities", their fragility,
their lack of confidence in its scientific character, their dangerous flirtation with
philosophy, their vague reliance on some other areas
knowledge, their character -- is always secondary and derivative, however,
a claim to universality, - that all of this is not, as often
I think the consequence of any particular density of their object; the reason
that is not a metaphysical status, not insurmountable
the transcendence of the person they're talking about, but all
the complexity of the epistemological configuration in which they
were placed, their constant relation to those three
the dimensions in which they find their own space.
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