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We are mechanically embedded in our environments in such a way that we cannot cognize ourselves as so embedded, and so are forced to cognize ourselves otherwise, acausally, relying on heuristics that theoretical reflection transforms into rules, goals, reasons, and other hazy obscurities at the limits of discrimination.
To cognize itself, Aquinas holds, an angel thus must recognize its model.
Human beings cannot, however, cognize this hidden ground of the world: it remains cut off from us due to the inherent limitations of language, which concretize and separate (and therefore falsify) the flux of life (41ff.
In each case we fail to remember; for in order to remember we must both use an appropriate copy as a copy and (more or less) accurately cognize the time (452b27-9).
The concept of perfection expresses a relation between the way we cognize the object (and the consequent harmony of our faculties) and the purpose of the art object.
The COMSATS-HEC hoax of dual degree is erupting as to lead it to the rational conclusion and paying heed to the general population objection, Public Accounts Committee (PAC) of the National Assembly had summoned both of the associations keeping in mind the end goal to cognize them with them matter.
In this way, I think this book can help to analyze how real epistemic agents actually cognize and deal with what sorts of difficulties people encounter by thinking in messy, less-than-ideal ways.
It may seem strange to think of literature as a comprehensively social phenomenon, since its sociality is so highly attenuated: the writer conceives and writes in a generally isolated environment, the texts are sold and dispersed in a range of geographically and medially distributed venues, and readers typically cognize texts in isolation.
To cognize from principles means to grasp the explanatory conditions or grounds of the targeted judgment, such that one sees how this judgment follows necessarily from those explanatory conditions--hence, the (conditional) necessity attributed to the judgment.
Man is endowed with a form of emotional rationality; he has the ability to cognize from his disposition to feel; what is valuable seems to be immediately felt and cognized.
Imagination is central to human meaning and rationality for the simple reason that what we can experience and cognize as meaningful, and how we can reason about it, are both dependent upon structures of imagination that make our experience what it is.
That may only be a friendly dog, but so long as you cognize it as ferocious, your fear, but not your infatuation, is intelligible.