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Bubner, RĂ¼diger
 
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Theories I 22
Theory/Bubner: according to Hegel, it occurs with the claim for a comprehensive penetration of reality, so that the call for implementation into practice becomes loud.
The mediation of theory and practice can only be understood in the sense that the achieved completion of the theory proves a transformation as necessary and logical.
The assumed contrast between two sides is misleading.
It does not require complex transformation processes, nor the most speculative approaches can be detached from the psyche.
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I 23
Platon/Bubner: Problem: we are used to seeing him through the Aristotelian glasses. (This applies in particular to the differentiation between theory and practice).

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R. Bubner
Antike Themen und ihre moderne Verwandlung Frankfurt 1992


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