Intuition: Its Nature and Uses in Human Experience

By: Hope K. Fitz

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Given the foregoing view of intuition, as it is generally understood, the challenge which has been set before the author in writing this book was to legitimate the belief in and use of intuition by presenting an explanation as to its nature and uses which is not at odds with what rigorous thinkers take knowledge to be. The core idea of that has been take in intuition to be in the writings of Sarvepalli RAdhakrishnan. Briefly, intuition, so viewed, is taken to be an integral process of the mind, which culminates in an act of insight. The process involves reasoning, but the insight in which the process culminates does not.Intuition, is not a form of knowledge; rather it is only one means to knowledge which together with reason, sense-experience, and revelation (in the Heideggerian sense) make possible knowledge and understanding.

Title: Intuition: Its Nature and Uses in Human Experience

Author Name: Hope K. Fitz

Categories: Philosophy, India,

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Motilal Banarsidass Publishers Pvt. Ltd.: 2000

ISBN: 8120817729

ISBN 13: 9788120817722

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: New

Jacket Condition: New

Seller ID: 102193

Keywords: Intuition: Its Nature and Uses in Human Experience Hope K. Fitz