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The Illusion of Immanence (Read 23284 times)
larz
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The Illusion of Immanence
12/08/05 at 10:10:16
 
Sartre mentions this a lot in his early works on the imagination, what is it exactly, and what is his problem with it? ???
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Re: The Illusion of Immanence
Reply #1 - 12/13/05 at 16:23:39
 
which book? i read few of his early books and don't recall that concept
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Re: The Illusion of Immanence
Reply #2 - 12/19/05 at 11:31:34
 
its from "THe Imagination" or sometimes translated from french as the psychology of the imagination.
To fall into the 'illusion of immanence' would be to think that concsiousness has content, that the imagination is a thing existing in it rather than an activity of it...
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