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    @ALEXI

    ഇതിനു തൊട്ടു മുൻപായിട്ടു, 'ഷെർലക് ഹോംസ് നിവർത്തിയ ചുരുളുകൾ' എന്നൊരു ലേഖനമുണ്ട്.
    അപസർപ്പക (detective) സാഹിത്യത്തിന്റെ ചരിത്രം. അതും വായിക്കാൻ നല്ല രസമാണ്.
    അന്നേക്കും ഇന്നേക്കും അവസാനം ശ്വാസം വരേക്കും വാമോസ് അർജന്റീന

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perumthachan View Post
    @ALEXI

    ഇതിനു തൊട്ടു മുൻപായിട്ടു, 'ഷെർലക് ഹോംസ് നിവർത്തിയ ചുരുളുകൾ' എന്നൊരു ലേഖനമുണ്ട്.
    അപസർപ്പക (detective) സാഹിത്യത്തിന്റെ ചരിത്രം. അതും വായിക്കാൻ നല്ല രസമാണ്.







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    Quote Originally Posted by Perumthachan View Post
    i think the freedom that kant enjoyed in trying to find a common ground between rationalism and empiricism was a result of humean themes. david hume was probably the first one to first develop the problems and then tackle them without leaning to god for explanations. something which psychologists too took up later. even before kant, hume had questioned the sources of our knowledge, their validity, their drawbacks. moving to our perceptions, i think hume set forward the notion of doubting everything which eventually led to german idealism, scepticism and nihilism.
    Kant explicit aayi humeyude claimsine aanu tackle cheyyunth engilum anger athu vare undayirnna kure schoolsine masala paruvathil eduthath aayrinnu.. criqitiue ezuthan anger 12 varsham chinthichu, ezuthiyath oru 6 monthsil matto aanu ..

    Humeyude modern day influencukaar sharikkum atheist aayirikkum , kaaranam angerude theistic arguments valre reasonable aanu pakse scieintific ithiri darkum.. athu anger ezuthiyath newtone pole ulla aalkar puthiya world view kond vanna samayath aayirnnu ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by jordan View Post
    Kant explicit aayi humeyude claimsine aanu tackle cheyyunth engilum anger athu vare undayirnna kure schoolsine masala paruvathil eduthath aayrinnu.. criqitiue ezuthan anger 12 varsham chinthichu, ezuthiyath oru 6 monthsil matto aanu .. Humeyude modern day influencukaar sharikkum atheist aayirikkum , kaaranam angerude theistic arguments valre reasonable aanu pakse scieintific ithiri darkum.. athu anger ezuthiyath newtone pole ulla aalkar puthiya world view kond vanna samayath aayirnnu ..
    yes... the religious view of hume was on the foundation that morality has nothing to do with the concept of god... the humean framework is found to be atheistic because of his belief that religion can actually corrupt a person or make him immoral... for him all these rituals of fasting, praying, humility, silence, it bloody makes a person more susceptible to think he is entitled to chainsaw massacre... then comes kant's religious view where he too finds morality a problem in religious matters (his point that children should be taught about god only after they have fully understood what is good and bad and not the other way around) but kant is far less agnostic than hume... for kant, his concept of moral theism is belief in god while following the moral law...

    as for hume's scientific outlook, it leads to a skepticism about everything which could eventually lead to nihilism and that is something totally unscientific.
    Last edited by Perumthachan; 09-27-2020 at 08:40 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Perumthachan View Post
    yes... the religious view of hume was on the foundation that morality has nothing to do with the concept of god... the humean framework is found to be atheistic because of his belief that religion can actually corrupt a person or make him immoral... for him all these rituals of fasting, praying, humility, silence, it bloody makes a person more susceptible to think he is entitled to chainsaw massacre... then comes kant's religious view where he too finds morality a problem in religious matters (his point that children should be taught about god only after they have fully understood what is good and bad and not the other way around) but kant is far less agnostic than hume... for kant, his concept of moral theism is belief in god while following the moral law...

    as for hume's scientific outlook, it leads to a skepticism about everything which could eventually lead to nihilism and that is something totally unscientific.
    Hume pole pinned vanna schoppeneur angeyytam pessimist aanu.. hume scientific thoughtinte limitation aanengil schoppeneour human groundil ninnum love,friendship,music polum akramikum .. pinneed post modernist vannu history,culture ellathinteym mele hume stylil avasanthe aaniyum adichu koduthu ...

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