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Nazerman's answer, however, defers the referential self-evidence Ortiz expects by reflecting its antisemitic frame back at him: "What do you do to join?
As much as I like Freedman's attempt to deal with Jewishness as a discursive rather than as a positive entity, I worry that his book effectively repositivizes Jewishness in all but name, reestablishing the historical and existential self-evidence of a generative Jewish subject.
An early chapter of Weaving Self-Evidence draws on observations of an introductory class on logic for graduate students in philosophy.
Another self-evidence is that myths should be fought with truths, not misrepresentations.
He locates exaggeration within the variable contexts of infinity, the finite being that is politics, and the enigma that is guilt, and examines its role in factuality, trauma, self-evidence, institution and art.
The authors quote Jerome Miller: "To be fully intelligent, fully rational, we must side with wonder and against the self-evidence of the present-at-hand, with horror and against the recoil that wants to flee from nothingness, with awe and against the self-importance that refuses to acknowledge the possibility of there being a reality greater than ourselves" (70).
Pearce, however, rests his laurels on the apparent sufficiency of the claim's self-evidence.
Feminist Critical Pedagogy is a progressive element within the current realm of self-evidence.
We therefore move out of consideration of beliefs and justifications into just what would allow for self-evidence.
The point, however, is that justification by the appeal to self-evidence in the privacy of one's own mind has empirically proven fallible.
But our self-evidence will not stand up in any court of law, or even, it seems, in the court of public opinion, in part because "minority consumers have imperfect information about how their white counterparts are treated.
The author asserts that we live in an age of technology, and that technology's self-evidence has freed it from the need to justify itself, which in turn makes the justification of the humanities necessary.