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THE STATUS OF EPISTEMOLOGY IN THE THOUGHT OF MARTIN HEIDEGGER (KNOWLEDGE, ART, PHENOMENOLOGY)
In Martin Heidegger's single minded pursuit of the meaning of Being, he repeatedly dismissed epistemology as short-sighted, inept, and useless. In turn, much of the criticism of Heidegger has centered on the alleged lack ...
THE ETHICAL IMPERATIVES WHICH EMERGE FROM A THEOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE ON DISINTEGRATION AT THE END OF LIFE (FRAIL ELDERLY)
For aged people the end of life can be expected to include a period of physical and sometimes mental disintegration. In America these people are often isolated; they become social outcasts. Their plight has grave consequences ...