10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «MAIEUTICAL»
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Platonism and the English Imagination
Cudworth, even if he does not accept recollection, completely endorses the '
maieutical' elements in it. When arguing against the atheistical notion that the
idea of God was put into the minds of men by devious politicians, he draws upon
Anna Baldwin, Sarah Hutton, 1994
Understanding Nature: Case Studies in Comparative Epistemology
Ibsen's play has an archaeological, a genealogical as well as a maieutical
dimension – and that, of course, is what makes it so interesting from an
epistemological perspective. The same goes for Ibsen's The Wild Duck. In
Chapter 6, we ...
Gadamer's Hermeneutics and the Art of Conversation
This kind of approach, which can be called a maieutical hermeneutics of the
implicit, is routinely criticized by modern scholars as responsible for anachronistic
and arbitrary readings that allow the interpreter to promote his own ideas. Before
The Art of Dialectic Between Dialogue and Rhetoric: The ...
388, 389), 212 (n. 423) contentious 25, 152 didactic 16, 151-152, 181 (n. 31)
doctrinal (see didactic) dramatic 150-151, 156, 209 (n. 383) exoteric 140
expositive (see didactic) inquisitive 152-153, 158, 212 (n. 423) maieutical 152-
153, 158, ...
Kierkegaard's Late Writings
Self-examination, in fact, is the practical purpose of the entire maieutical
orientation of the Kierkegaardian discourse; and so Training in Christianity, again
, completely realizes this general purpose and opens up, for the later writing, the
Niels Ja Rgen Cappela Rn, Hermann Deuser, K. Brian Söderquist, 2010
If the discussion is correct, then it is not difficult to understand why nets are used
and then abandoned after their strong maieutical power has been depicted to
analyze the system at hands. With respect to the latter assertion, it is certainly
The Bibliotheca Sacra and American Biblical Repository
The principal speakers are Socrates and a boy on whom he is represented as
trying his maieutical powers in the parturition, development, or bringing to the
birth, of the right idea with which the soul travails in the attempt to answer the
Plato Contra Atheos: Plato Against the Atheists
This is no uncommon device in the Platonic writings, by which the most important
truths are evolved from the person with whom Socrates or the chief speaker is
conversing; thus furnishing a fine illustration of that maieutical process in which ...
Plato, Tayler Lewis, 1859
Medical Lexicon: A Dictionary of Medical Science ...
MAIEUSIS, (uauvns,) Parturition. MAIEUTER, (^auvrnf,) Accoucheur. MAIEUTES,
(uaietms,) Accoucheur. MAIEUTICA ARS, (,iainir«i| rem,' art of midwifery,')
Obstetrics. MAIEUTICAL, Obstetrical. MAIGREUR, (from [L.] macer, 'lean,')
An English-Welsh pronouncing dictionary: with an analysis of ...
Maidish,mëd'-ish,a.genethig, genethaidd Maidpale, mëd'-pël, a. gwelw, glaswelw
fel geueth glaf Maidservant, mëd'-ser-faut, s. gwasan- aethes, gweinyddes,
gweinidoges; mor- wyn [colwynawl Maieutical, me-iw'-ti-cal, a- esgorol, Mrtjestic,