Re: Transcendental? Yipee!!!

See "The Philososphical discours of the modernity" by
Jurgen Habermas and "Foucault" by Deleuze.
--- Glen Fuller <spacedet@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hey Jivko,
> What I was trying to point out (in my earlier post
> bringing up Rorty) was
> that Foucault is read from a certain perspective,
> just as anything is...
> >In the Philosophy faculty of Sofia U.
> >we assume, that he was a Kantian. philosophers like
> Deleuze and Habermass
> >agree that the
> >conception "power" is a transcendental notion, and
> >they make verry fruitful analisis of the
> >transcendentality of his conception. So this is the
> >philosophy. I dont know how it is nowadays in the
> >west. Maybe they hide the philosophical from you,
> >because the power want to keep the right to workout
> >the philosophical for itself. Maybe the power wants
> >the questions on the Being, Life and the Freedom
> to
> >be only priority of the power. :-))
> Where did your read these definitions of 'power'?
> Specifically the
> transcendental nature of power?
> I have always wanted to find something that is
> transcendental, I mean
> something concrete, that would be GREAT!!!!
> I am getting fed up with all these pragmatic
> relational philosophers that I
> seem to be drawn to.
> Yep,
> Glen.
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