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Any attempt to cleanse ordinary experience of its intrinsic disunity or diremption, either scientific or poetic, inevitably results in nihilism.
They are likewise inflected by the problems of diremption and unification that emerge from the specifically post-Kantian articulation of worries about human finitude; namely, worries about the fit between mind and world.
Second, both agree that Paul's inchoate references to the messianic community elucidate a diremption within the people.
The problem of diremption, of the divided unhappy selves, of selves who (to take up Hegel's critique of Kant and Fichte) give themselves moral laws they ever strive to attain but simply can't live by, is a nightmarish one.
Sorel's diremption is significant for understanding Hulme and Storer's campaign in The Commentator, precisely because they both adopt a similar method in their critique of Liberalism.
Just as there is no diremption of the soul and the body, there can be no light without heat.
For Habermas, such merely reactive gestures fail to deal with the diremption of aesthetic experience from a fuller understanding of the lifeworld.
The absolute is the absolute form which, as the diremption of itself is utterly identical with itself, the negative as negative [...].
Hegel suggests that independent form comes into being thanks to a process of 'diremption', that being-for-self, self-actualization involves the splitting-up and provisional articulation of the 'unity of life'; (20) however, he also suggests that life is a process of both diremption and reabsorption, the independent shapes so formed dissolving back into the universal continuity and replaced by other shapes:
(19) If the diremption is to be healed for particular consciousness, according to Hegel, then it must await the therapeutic twilight that precedes absolute consciousness in which Reason finally becomes comfortable with the certainty that it is identical to reality.
In a chapter on "Irving Howe's Partition," Gitlin documents Howe's diremption of his literary studies and political work with the journal Dissent, which Gitlin participated in, but he does not really provide many good reasons why Howe's work is worthy of restudy.
At the end of his discussion of Boehme, Hegel notes Boehme's two most important contributions as "God's diremption of himself" and "the generating of Light ...