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Negativitatea judecății
The negativity of the judgment

Outline of an interpretation and two applications (Constantin Noica, Mircea Florian)

Author(s): Viorel Cernica
Contributor(s): Viorel Cernica (Editor)
Subject(s): History of Philosophy
Published by: Editura Academiei Române
Keywords: negative judgment; negative predication; judicative; nonjudicative experience; Constantin Noica; Mircea Florian

Summary/Abstract: The author attempts to open a way for researching a number of philosophical concepts from the perspective of the nonjudicative experience. Any knowledge has necessarily the form of a judgment and a constitution depending on its rules, but there are a few concepts – the absolute, the undetermined, the infinite, the unconditioned, the nothingness - whose origin is not the rules of judgment, but the nonjudicative experience. One of the most important ideas concerning the connection of these philosophical concepts with the nonjudicative experience is the difference between the negative predication and the negative judgment. This idea is applied in two philosophical contexts belonging to Constantin Noica and Mircea Florian.

  • Issue Year: XII/2016
  • Issue No: 12
  • Page Range: 43-57
  • Page Count: 15
  • Language: Romanian