noumenal


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nou·men·al

(nū'men-ăl),
Intellectually, not sensuously or emotionally, intuitional; relating to the object of pure thought divorced from all concepts of time or space.
[G. nooumenos, perceived, fr. noeō, to perceive, think]
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We can, without violence to the word, speak of a relativistic stage as my 2017 introduction article does; we can also, adopting Kant, call the process of finding one's place in various worlds "noumenal".
Browning explicitly aligns his concept of soul with Schopenhauer's will and reveals the striking similarity of German idealism to his foundational epistemology: for Browning, soul is not only a theological concept but also the noumenal realm of existence made manifest in the world and in humankind.
noumenal) gaze toward Smith but he no longer perceives him as a discrete
By contrast, I endorse the thing-in-itself while denying that it merely haunts human awareness: Even inanimate relations involve a noumenal residue that does not take part in those relations, which (contra Cole) is not a Kantian idea by any means.
This noumenal "realm" is not home to a loving and personal divinity but the source of a fierce and impersonal, endlessly generative "energy", an endless cycle of life and death, and would appear to correspond with what Whitley describes as a "fierce power" (2009: 179) in relation to shamanism.
First, there is the necessity of a noumenal realm, which contains patterns.
And because this phantasm of knowledge soon becomes a phantasm of the word, as I will presently explain, I rationally tread from the noumenal into the phenomenal.
Strawson, in The Bounds of Sense, introduces his influential criticism of Kant's Ding-an-sich and the principle of the noumenal the way he does.
Segun Kant si la concepcion que tenemos de la naturaeza implica un conocimiento de las "cosas en si mismas", entonces y debido a que espacio y tiempo se hallan en las cosas la libertad del hombre es imposible frente a la necesidad de la naturaleza; en cambio si se parte de la premisa del criterio trascendental, es decir de la distincion del conocimiento de la naturaleza entre la "Cosa en si" y nuestra representacion fenomenica de la misma, entonces se puede aceptar la posibilidad de una causa noumenal o un orden inteligible que sostiene al fenomeno desde otro ambito en donde la causa no se halle ligada al espacio y al tiempo.
Starting from this claim, he develops his idealist position, defends against objections, and in fairly short-order reaches the conclusion that 'all the centers of experience which constitute noumenal reality must belong to some all-containing whole..
This can only be understood later by our four-fold universal logic encompassing the so-called "Surjectivity" (Noesis)--with the introduction of "Surject" at first overwhelming both "Subject" and "Object" (in addition to "Dimension") in this framework, but as we shall see, only this very "Surject" ultimately defines "Moment" (and not just a universal continuum of three-dimensional space and sequential time) and "Uniqueness" (and not just the "totality of consistent and inconsistent facts") four-fold: "within", "without", "within-the-within", and "without-the-without", ultimately corresponding to the paramount qualification of Reality for itself and, subsequently, its associated "class of Surjects" in the noumenal and phenomenal world-realms.
She covers the philosophical influence of Xiong; cultural nationalism; the influence of Hegel; Mou's metaphysics and Kant in terms of inner sageliness, noumenal knowledge and ontology, and the highest good and the perfect teaching; Mou's new Daotong; and Mou and the Xin Rujia movement.