From: Jeremiah Luna <jeremiah.luna@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 30 Jun 2000 20:15:14 +0200 (MEST)
hi everyone OK second Try I will try and rework what I was sayings early
sorry, I was at work yestday and now, I am at work again,
no it is Hegel who proclaims that history is process driven. .
therefore the history of the sciences is also guided by a process of
well yes, and that science claims to be objective is a good point.
science is objective, in my opinion but 'we' or humans are
not 'objective' and there science or biochemisty tells us little about
ourselves. About ontology and our everyday living.
We are as nietzsche says in one of his essays "on the back of great
tiger being pulled through a forest of dreams." or something like that
And I this is the problem with science. it claims to be beyond myth,
when it is fact the myth of our age. Heiddegger also says that
science does not want to talk about nothing. nothing is important ,
that science has nothing to say about nothing is a problem . In
the sence that science makes certian problems go away in order
to create what faucault calls 'postivism' and I think in many ways this
positivism is also the demon of socrates described in the birth of
how is it that knowledge became good?
By excluding the old truths of myth which held man in the belly of the
I have to get back to work but I will try and write some latter.
> On Thu, 29 Jun 2000, Pia Kate wrote:
> > Date: Thu, 29 Jun 2000 07:17:01 -0500
> > From: Pia Kate <piakate@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> > Reply-To: foucault@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> > To: foucault@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> > Subject: Re: new on foucault
> > Jeremy Luna wrote:
> > >I am ready to discuss biochemistry. I hate science just to
> > >start out with,
> > You hate science or you hate how science is used to ostensibly
> > prove matters? Hating science in itself would seem to afford it
> > just the kind of objective existence that most of us strive to deny it..*s*..
> > >for foucault there is progress toward ever higher stages of
> > >scientific knowledge.
> > Please explain - to my mind progress is a highly suspicious
> > concept...
> > Regards,
> > Pia Staunstrup