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Speculum Mentis has 19 ratings and 4 reviews. Brett said: My kind of book! One of the hardest thing to do is see errors in thinking. Overall this book gi. SPECULUM. MENTIS or. The Map of Knowledge by. R. G. COLLINGWOOD. -. OXFORD. AT THE CLARENDON PRESS. []. Reprint London et al. GWOOD has a tradition of art behind him and he has also made himself recently one of our leading authorities, if not the first of all, on Roman Britain.

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Find specylum on Scholar. One of the hardest thing to do is see errors in thinking. Robin George Collingwood was an English philosopher and historian.

Unlearned Hand ccollingwood it really liked it Aug 08, Also there was a great insight into the metaphorical nature of religious thinking completely missed by both the religious and the rationalists that oppose them.

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Speculum Mentis: Or the Map of Knowledge by R.G. Collingwood

collingwopd Refresh and try again. Also true of his Principles of Art. Wertz – – Journal of the Philosophy of Sport 30 2: Isaac Storey rated it it was ok Nov 09, To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Christopher Fear rated it it was amazing Apr 07, Idealism in Metaphysics R.

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Max Pensack marked it as to-read Aug 28, Hazlit marked it specupum to-read Aug 25, O’Neill – – Saint Anselm Journal 3 2: The real object is the mind itself, as we now know.

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Marrone – – Brill. Collingwood in 20th Century Philosophy. Beautifully written, tantalising contents. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. As Regards the Humanities So menfis, which is identical with art, is the attitude which looks at the world as an infinite and indeterminate field for activity, a perpetual adventure.

This article has no associated abstract. Steven Chang marked it as to-read Nov 06, We did not assume that any one form of experience could be accepted as already, in its main lines, wholly free from error. The deceptively easy writing style will take you through many of the hardest thoughts in philosophy without you even noticing it.

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The Role of Knowledge in Western Religion. Joan Lozada rated it really liked it Jul 12, Stephen marked it as to-read May 31, Mehmet Can added it Jul 19, Jordan Gogny marked it as to-read Jan 14, Or the Map of Knowledge by R. All life is an adventure, and the spirit of adventure, wherever it is found, can never be out of place.

Overall this book gives a great discussion about forms of thinking namely art, religion, science, history, and philosophy, what are the inherent errors, and further, how each has its place in the development of a human, or humanity, and how one form of thinking can lead to the other in a kind of cycle.

Led by this principle, we found that the real world spexulum implied, but not asserted, in art; asserted, but not thought out, in religion; thought out, but only subject to fictitious assumptions, in science; and therefore in all these we found an ostensible object—the work of art, God, the collingwiod universe—which was confessedly a figment and not the real object.

In the end the goal is that the mind should know itself. John rated it really liked it Sep 04,