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Is hard thinking today

09 May

The thinker visited Barcelona where he met with several hundred people in a conversation at the Center for Contemporary Culture of Barcelona (CCCB).
Despite his affability and his apparent tranquility, interviewing Sloterdijk, whose pages an ordinary human often needs to read over and over in order to understand them, is a challenge.
With the passages of Spheres still floating on the head – “the inner, consubjective sphere can not possess at all a eucyclic and parmenideal structure: the psychic globe does not have, with the well rounded philosophical, a single center that radiates and encompasses everything, and but two epicenters that interpellate each other by resonance “, Sloterdijk interviewed as if it were in front of Plotinus.
In an interview with the newspaper El Pais, the thinker says that it is difficult to think nowadays, and certainly read a more difficult thinker, especially if he goes to the essential problems.
When asked by the journalist if we lost the ability to think he replied: “It is not capacity as such. But it does not occur the vital circumstances that allow us to distance ourselves and gain distance. For Husserl and his phenomenology it was necessary to leave the impetuous time of life, the most elementary device was always to take a step back”.
This action allows you to become an observer.
Without a certain distance, without a certain disconnection the theoretical attitude is impossible. “Today’s life does not invite thinking. ”
Julia Galef is a writer and speaker on the topics of rationality, science, technology and design.
Julia Galef examines the motivations behind these two mindsets and how they shape the way we interpret information, intertwined with a compelling 19th century history lesson from France, from a torn paper found where military secrets were sold to Germany.
The only Jewish soldier Alfred Dreyfus was convicted without convincing evidence, and sent to a prison on an island, later proven innocent and rehabilitated, what Julia Galef asks is: “Do you yearn to see the world more clearly, or just to defend your beliefs?”, see Julia’s Ted:

https://www.ted.com/talks/julia_galef_why_you_think_you_re_right_even_if_you_re_wrong?utm_campaign=tedspread&utm_medium=referral&utm_source=tedcomshare