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by William A Earle


He wrote that he considered his books Objectivity (1955), The Autobiographical Consciousness (1972), and Mystical Reason (1980) as a continuous set of works in which one idea is examined from three successive points of view. In Objectivity he defended the objectivity of the being of the phenomenological object. In The Autobiographical Consciousness he explored the phenomenological subject, the "I" or self conceived both as an embodied existence and as transcendental.

The Autobiographical Consciousness. William A. Earle - 1972 - Chicago: Quadrangle Books. Autobiographical Memory and Autonoetic Consciousness in a Case of Semantic Dementia. Sidonie A. Smith - 2003 - In Gary D. Fireman, Ted E. McVay Jr & Owen J. Flanagan (ed., Narrative and Consciousness: Literature, Psychology, and the Brain. Oxford University Press. Pascale Piolino, Serge Belliard, Béatrice Desgranges, Mélisa Perron & Francis Eustache - 2003 - Cognitive Neuropsychology 20 (7):619-639. Autobiographical Knowledge and Autobiographical Memories. Book by Earle, William A. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780812901917. Release Date:January 1972.

Flag as Inappropriate . Earle's thought is infused with an appreciation of the singularity of human existences and with a sensibility that is both aesthetic and ethical. He wrote that he considered his books Objectivity (1955), The Autobiographical Consciousness (1972), and Mystical Reason (1980) as a continuous set of works in which one idea is examined from three successive points of view.

Home Earle, William The Autobiographical Consciousness. Title: The Autobiographical Consciousness Publisher: Quadrangle Books, Publication Date: 1972. The Autobiographical Consciousness. A Philosophical Inquiry into Existence. Published by Quadrangle Books,, 1972. From Gail's Books (West Richland, WA, . Price: US$ 2. 5 Convert Currency.

He wrote that he considered his books Objectivity (1955), The Autobiographical Consciousness (1972), and Mystical Reason (1980) as a continuous set of works in which one idea is examined from three successive points of view.

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Autobiography and the Early Novel . Concepts of social value in autobiography existed for many centuries before the word was coined.

I’ve been savoring Alexander Chee’s most recent book, How to Write an Autobiographical Novel.

as long as nothing changes. I’ve been savoring Alexander Chee’s most recent book, How to Write an Autobiographical Novel. I’m reading it as slowly as possible because I don’t want it to en. -Outside Magazine.

Earle bastardizes and he fundamentally denies the social character of human thought and existence: specifically missing . By. Get weekly book recommendations

Earle bastardizes and he fundamentally denies the social character of human thought and existence: specifically missing from his concerns are the categories of work, creativity, and man's relation to nature. His ""particulars"" and ""uniques"" and ""subjectives"" remain irremediably abstract, indeterminate, and sterile as the book bogs down in old chestnuts about how ""man is not a fixed essence.

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Danrad
Excellent and concise Cartesian Meditations re: Phenomenology. This, with his other books, forms an excellent trilogy -- or, maybe its a tetra-ology.
Rainpick
This is a difficult philosophical book, but I believe a very good one.

I originally bought it with the hope that it would teach me something about the writing of autobiography.

But that is not its subject.

Its subject is the self, and the way it finds and defines itself. Its subject is the 'wisdom' of 'life' and how we come subjectively to know it.

Earle makes a key distinction between two different kinds of 'ego' a transient experiential one and a transcendental eternal one. His conception of wisdom if I understand it rightly has to do with their 'unification'.

I am not sure I know what this means.

I am sure that there is much of value in this work which I did not understand very well.

That is to say, I feel that the reader can have a subjective feeling and judgment about a book, a sense of it without necessarily being able to articulate or paraphrase major meaning of the book.

Earle writes about the ' self' in relation not only to 'knowledge' but also to 'memory' and ' death '.

I would recommend this work highly to anyone who wishes to engage in a philosophical exploration of their own 'consciousness' and its meaning.
The autobiographical consciousness ebook
Author:
William A Earle
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Philosophy
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