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The Theory of Subjectivity
"On Freedom" provides a link that connects life to symbolism. This link sheds light on the true nature of symbolism and makes clear the relation between its two layers: semantics and syntax. Thus, the book gives a Darwinian explanation of symbolism.
So then, where is freedom? I haven't mentioned yet that the link is a problem, more specifically the problem of survival, and there is no problem without freedom.
These are my ten propositions on freedom:
1 Life is a problem.
2 A problem is freedom and a condition.
3 Semantics cannot represent freedom, which is free of meaning.
4 Syntax, with free terms, is needed to represent freedom.
5 A resolution is a syntactical transformation.
6 To represent resolutions, a recursive syntax is needed.
7 A symbolism, with semantics and recursive syntax, can represent problems, resolutions, and solutions.
8 A subject is a symbolic live being.
9 Man is the only living subject.
10 Man is free and conscious.
- Publication Date:
- 1475287399 / 9781475287394
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- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Philosophy / Epistemology