(What Is Orientation?) EBOOK/PDF ☆ Werner Stegmaier

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The very first thing one does in all situations of life is orient oneself Decisions of orientation which first thing one does in all situations of life is orient oneself Decisions of orientation which mostly made under uncertainty and the pressure of time largely determine subseuent decisions But what is orientation The problems #of orientation are as old as humankind the #orientation are as old as humankind the is used everywhere but the concept has never been thoroughly investigated The philosopher Werner Stegmaier comprehensively clarifies for the first time the conditions and structures of orientation including those ,


What Is Orientation?

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Seek to orient myself I look back at the point #from which We Started And started and I to compare the two I have Moses Mendelssohn Philosopher A philosophical problem #which we started and I seek to compare the two uideposts I have Moses Mendelssohn Philosopher A philosophical problem the form 'I do not know my way about' Ludwig Wittgenstein Philosopher The second O orientation as the repository of our enetic heritage cultural tradition and previous experiences is the most important part of the O O D A loop since it shapes the way we observe the way we decide the way we act John Boyd Military Strategist. ,

F our sexual economic media political legal scientific artistic religious moral and ethical orientations He thereby #ESTABLISHES A NEW PHILOSOPHICAL LANGUAGE AND #a new philosophical language and a philosophy for our time As if I unexpectedly slipped down into a deep vortex I am swirled around in a way that I can down into a deep vortex I am swirled around in a way that I can put a *foot down nor swim to the surface Nonetheless I will work my way out Ren * down nor swim to the surface Nonetheless I will work my way out Ren Philosopher As often as my speculation seems to lead me too far from the paved road of common sense I stand still and. .