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A Painful Feeling of Strangeness”

A Painful Feeling of Strangeness”

Chapter:
(p.145) Epilogue A Painful Feeling of Strangeness”
Source:
Cartesian Poetics
Author(s):
Andrea Gadberry
Publisher:
University of Chicago Press
DOI:10.7208/chicago/9780226723167.003.0006

The epilogue turns to twentieth-century definitions of "thinking" from Arendt to Dewey to Carnap. Examining the apparent impossibility of stopping thinking, the epilogue asks how poetry inflects thinking in philosophy beyond Descartes.

Keywords:   Arendt, Dewey, Mallarmé, Descartes, thinking, Carnap

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