Cognition and Work
The title of this essay is taken from a long monograph ‘Erkenntnis und Arbeit’ first published by Max Scheler in Die Wissensformen und die Gesellschaft1 and recently reissued as a separate book.2 The juxtaposition of themes in the title is not a common one in phenomenology: the question of knowledge is, of course, pervasive, but work or labor has received only passing attention, and this makes Scheler’s undertaking still something of a pioneering effort.
KeywordsSense Perception Implicit Position Perceptual Content Productive Imagination Positive Science
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- 2.Max Scheler, Erkenntnis und Arbeit ( Frankfurt: Klosterman, 1977 )Google Scholar
- 3.Maurice Dupuy, La Philosophie de Max Scheler (Paris: PUF, 1959), 1: 400.Google Scholar
- 4.Ibid., pp. 404–5.Google Scholar
- 5.Ethik und Arbeit,’ in Fruhe Schriften (Berne & Munchen: Francke, 1971), pp. 164–66Google Scholar
- 6.Ibid., p. 167.Google Scholar