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Il n’est pas une branche du savoir de son temps qu’Aristote n’ait étudiée : de los angeles logique à los angeles rhétorique en passant par los angeles dialectique, de l. a. body et l. a. chimie à los angeles cosmologie, de los angeles métaphysique et los angeles théologie aux mathématiques, de los angeles politique et l’éthique à l. a. psychologie, sans oublier le très very important corpus biologique et le recueil des différentes constitutions qu’il avait compilées avec ses élèves.

On redécouvre aujourd’hui l’importance du « maître de ceux qui savent » tant pour l’Occident chrétien que pour l’Orient islamique, et l’on trouve un fondement aristotélicien à presque toutes nos sciences dites « humaines ».

Cette édition comprend los angeles totalité des œuvres authentiques d’Aristote, ainsi que l. a. traduction inédite en français des Fragments. Elle comporte en outre une creation générale, des notices de présentation pour chaque groupe de traités, un index des notions et un index des philosophes, qui permettent à tous, néophytes ou familiers, de redécouvrir Aristote.

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Those who still cling to it are clinging to a mere echo, the faint rumor left behind by the disappearing "soul," upon the air of philosophy. (James 1971, p. 4; originally published in 1 904) The reasons for this remarkable change of mind may partly lie deep in James's personal his­ tory, but they also have to do with the unique place of consciousness as a subject matter in phi­ losophy and psychology. 2 1 A somewhat similar, almost neurotic shift of attitude, though in a much larger scale, spanning the whole discipline of psychology and, to some extent, philosophy, occurred in a rel atively short period of transition, early in this century.

With consciousness, however, we are still in a terrible muddle. Consciousness stands alone today as a topic that often leaves even the most sophisticated thinkers tongue-tied and confused. (pp. 21-22) Dennett should not be taken as promoting the sense of mystery, however. After all, his book is entitled Consciousness Explained. Of course, it is hard to say that everyone (or even many) agrees with Dennett's conviction. In fact, the general sentiment among those who work on conscious­ ness (including philosophers, psychologists, and neuroscientists) seems to be on the "puzzled" side.

The distinction needs teasing apart and sorting out. 16 between the transitive and the intransitive senses of the psychological concept of consciousness is Difficulties witb tbe Nature of Consciousness alluded to numerous times in contemporary phi­ losophy and psychology, and I will accept it here as such. 14 Among the ophers, David It is often remarked that conscious experiences are "immediately familiar" to any subject of such philos­ experiences. It is also argued that they are "so ( 1 997) has written immediately close" that it is at times difficult, if contemporary Rosenthal analytic substantially about the distinction between the not impossible, to separate their appearance from Guven Giizeldere their reality.

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