Argumentos trascendentales by Isabel CABRERA


Esta antología recoge las discusiones más importantes sobre un tipo de argumentación filosófica cuyo antecedente más importante se encuentra en los angeles filosofía crítica de Kant y que pretende establecer condiciones necesarias de los angeles experiencia. El volumen repasa diversas maneras de apoyar y de criticar este tipo de inferencia, así como distintas formas de interpretar l. a. naturaleza de aquellas condiciones que buscan concluir los argumentos trascendentales. Incluye artículos ya clásicos de Stephan Körner, Donald Davidson, Eva Shaper, Roderick Chisholm, Barry Stroud, Peter Hacker, P.F. Strawson, Manfred Baum, Jonathan Bennett y Ralph Walker, entre otros.

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But consumerism achieves a more regulated solution to the crisis, by encouraging us to buy more thi ngs, even when we don ' t need or even want them, and preparing us to throw them away again in order to replace them with new commodities. What consumerism seeks to supply is a regulated programme of overconsumption designed to cope with industrial overproduction. A si mple example i s the plastic bag. There can not be a home in the industrial world that isn't plagued by an infestation of packagi ng, wrappers and carrier bags, yet every time we shop.

Systems theory, with its i nterest in homeostatic systems, can be linked to the new conditions of the Cold War and the ideologies of the balance of power, col lective security and mutually assured destruction ( M attelart and Mattelart 1 998: 48; see also Edwards 1 996) . As we w i l l see, systems theory also plays powerfully into the discourse of simulation, and develops further with its successor theories of chaos and complexity, which argue that under certain conditions, turbulent, chaotic and apparently entropic systems can generate new levels of order spontaneously ( see among others Dyson 1 988; G leick 1 987; Prigogine and Stenghers 1 998; Waldrop 1 992).

Marx tussles with the material basis of the distinction between demand and need: demand, suppl ied with money. can take active possession, even of thi ngs it does not really require, while need without money remains entirely in the realm of thought. Money can thus turn the rich man' s pass ing fancy into reality. but the poor man' s urgent requirements into torturing. ungraspable tigments of i magination. Money. for Marx, is dialectical. But it is also. vital ly for us. the basis of the simulation.

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