Nearly from the first beginnings of the philosophical way of thinking in Old Greece, there began an erroneous, but very efficient approach to all possible “things” around in the world leading us to interprete them all as “objects”. There are nevertheless many very important “no things” which are far from being “nothing”, but which cannot be reduced to purely subjective “states of mind” or even illusions. The present collection of studies aims to show the necessity of opening an alternative approche opening new views not only to non-objective aspects of the so called “real things”, but to many problems of the non-objective structure of all “events”, too, especially all “true events”, as well as of their “beginnings” or moments of start, specifically.
Paperback, Published 1997, 198 pages, ISBN 80-86005-39-9.
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|publication year: 1997|