Wednesday, 3 June 2009

30. Mind forms in human individuals - E.

PHILOSOPHY. In philosophy, the most wide-ranging of the great trefoil traditions, yet another formally inverted duality has long been evident.

Analytic philosophy (which today is often seen as typically anglophone) appears to be left-brain-driven.

Synthetic philosophy (which today is often seen as typically 'continental') appears to be right-brain-driven.

We shall return to the important subject of philosophy (and the potential synergy of its two main divisions via A General Convention for Form) towards the end of this 'broad brush' introduction. At that point I shall try to explain why I think that, whereas intellectual life has long benefited from various proposed Philosophies of Science, in contrast, the formal inversion theory suggests the beginnings of a proposed Science of Philosophy.

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