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by James S. Hans

ePub Mysteries of Attention download
Author:
James S. Hans
ISBN13:
978-0791413913
ISBN:
0791413918
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Publisher:
SUNY Press (July 1, 1993)
Subcategory:
Philosophy
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1338 kb
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The Mysteries of Attention. Similar books and articles. The Philosophical Significance of Attention. This article has no associated abstract. Philosophical anthropology Identity Choice Attention. Attention in Philosophy of Mind. categorize this paper). 13918/?tag prabook0b-20. Imitation and the Image of Man (Cultura Ludens). In the Imitation and the Image of Man James S. Hans presents his conception of the mimetic. In Socrates and the Irrational, James Hans argues that when Socrates speaks for himself, he reveals a far more complex portrait of the nature of human existence than the Platonic conception of him has conveyed.

4 books of James S. Hans. The Sovereignty of Taste is a provocative, interdisciplinary, and learned book that is gracefully written and delightfully unfettered by scholarly apparatus and invocation. The Sovereignty of Taste. In the tradition of Matthew Arnold, Lionel Trilling, and Iris Murdoch, Hans addresses the forms, rhythms, and patterns of works of literature with a Socratic, inductive approach. Taste is the faculty that attempts to bring the internal and external rhythms on which our lives are based into accord, and Hans makes the case that great writers are attuned to these rhythms in salutary ways. - William Monroe, author of Power to Hurt: The Virtues of Alienation.

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Han traced patterns in the grain of the polished stone walls and counted the leaves on the ferns and ivy that . Baasen shrugged, but Han cold see the calculations going on behind the man’s eyes. Baasen’s gaze softened for a moment, turning inward.

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Attention is the rarest and purest form of generosity, Simone Weil wrote The act of paying attention and the way in which it is performed, James argues, is what sets geniuses apart from ordinary people: Sustained.

Attention is the rarest and purest form of generosity, Simone Weil wrote. Decades later, cognitive scientist Alexandra Horowitz observed in her marvelous inquiry into our everyday blinders: Attention is an intentional, unapologetic discriminator. It asks what is relevant right now, and gears us up to notice only that. The act of paying attention and the way in which it is performed, James argues, is what sets geniuses apart from ordinary people: Sustained attention is the easier, the richer in acquisitions and the fresher and more original the mind. In such minds, subjects bud and sprout and grow.

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The Mysteries of Attention explores the principles of selection through which the nature of human attention is established and delineates the modes, forms, measures, and motifs of attention. It is a literary/philosophical discussion of the ways in which our sense of the world is determined by the mechanisms of attention that always remain beyond our comprehension.