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Meno defines virtue as desiring good things and having the power to secure them.
As with all other 'negated' objects, determining the meaning of it (in this case, positing within it one's own desiring self-consciousness) fails to do more than re-affirm the independence of the object.
Pippin points out that Hegel treats the project of human self-knowledge as a matter of Geisfs "actuality," its historical and social development: Hegel discusses consciousness as a "negation" of the world's independence and otherness, specifies the distinctive character of desire that counts as "self- consciousness," assembles the central, minimal elements of genuinely human sociality among self-conscious beings, and is interested in a self-relation in relation to objects (we cannot treat as satisfactory any picture of a monadically conceived self-conscious desiring consciousness).
The title of Scott and Welton's book suggests, on the one hand, a reconsideration of philosophy as a way of desiring, and on the other, a claim of philosophy's superiority in relation to the various voices that contribute to the intermediacy of Plato's dialogue.
And this belief may give me a reason for desiring to swim myself But it gives me absolutely no reason for having the altruistic desire that others also have what is desirable.
Over the course of the nineteenth century, children became accepted as desiring subjects during the Christmas period.
Desiring Women Writing: English Renaissance Examples.
This technology also includes the ambiguity of the desiring self.
After death, having attained to the highest, desiring only the Self, such a soul goes to no other world.
Cullen is fearful of the consequences of his desires being uncovered as a general principle, not simply o ut of a slavish devotion to the prerogatives of white people--all of which suggests that desire is never a purely personal matter, at least for the person desiring a public voice.
If we do see the other through our desire, we nonetheless see ourselves, too--and we see ourselves desiring.