How is all this "contained" in consciousness? The question is important and the answer is that whatever consciousness "contains" is held by it in its own specific manner. We shall now seek to define that "specific manner. It lies in the essence of cognitive acts performed by man to investigate a thing, to objectivize it intentionally, and in this way to comprehend it.
In this sense cognitive acts have an intentional character, since they are directed toward the cognitive object; for they find in it the reason for their existence as acts of comprehension and knowledge. The same does not seem to apply to consciousness.
In opposition to the classic phenomenological view, we propose that the cognitive reason for the existence of consciousness and of the acts proper to it does not consist in the penetrative apprehension of the constitutive elements of the object, in its objectivation leading to the constitution of the object. These are not essentially intentional by nature, even though all that is the object of our cognition, comprehension, and knowledge is also the object of our consciousness.
But while comprehension and knowledge contribute in an intentional way to the formation of the object - it is in this that consists the inherent dynamism of cognizing - consciousness as such is restricted to mirroring what has already been cognized. Consciousness is, so to speak, the understanding of what has been constituted and comprehended. The purport of the preceding remarks is that the intrinsic cognitive dynamism, the very operation of cognition, does not belong to consciousness.
If acts of cognition consist in constituting in a Spirit Of The Living God - Dr. Mattie Moss Clark* - The Southern California Holy Gospel Music Worksh way the meanings referring to cognitive objects, then it is not consciousness that constitutes them, even if they are indubitably constituted also in consciousness.
It seems, therefore, impossible to deny the cognitive properties or even the cognitive function of consciousness, though the nature of the properties and the function is specific. What we may perhaps call the "consciousness trait" is peculiar to the particular acts of consciousness as well as to their current totality, which may be viewed as the sum or the "resultant" of Speedy - Arisawkadoria - Chapter One acts and which we usually simply refer to as consciousness.
As ''consciousness'' Speedy - Arisawkadoria - Chapter One understand then "reflecting consciousness" - that is, consciousness in its mirroring function. If we see it as if it were the derivative of the whole actively cognitive process and of the cognitive attitude to the external reality, like the last "reflection" of the process in the cognizant subject, it means that we recognize this I Drove All Night - Cyndi Lauper - A Night To Remember or mirroring as possible insofar as we attribute to consciousness the specific quality of penetrating and illuminating whatever becomes in any way man's cognitive possession.
But such penetrative illumination is not tantamount to the active understanding of objects and, subsequently, to the constituting of their meanings. If we are to keep to this description, the penetrative illumination is rather like keeping Speedy - Arisawkadoria - Chapter One and their cognitive meanings "in the light," or "in the actual field of consciousness. Obviously the aim of our present discussion is not to elaborate a complete and finished theory of consciousness.
To deny the intentional nature of the acts of consciousness seems to be contrary to most contemporary opinions on that issue. Looking at consciousness, however, we see it not as a separate and self-contained reality but as the subjective content of the being and acting that is conscious, the being and Speedy - Arisawkadoria - Chapter One proper to man. Disclosing consciousness in the totality of human dynamisms and showing it as the constitutive property of action we strive to understand it, but always in its relation to the action, to the dynamism and efficacy of the person.
This manner of seeing and interpreting consciousness - consciousness in what we call the substantival and subjective sense - protects us from conceiving it as an independent, self-contained subject. This line of reasoning, however, lies beyond the scope of the present considerations. Our concern here is solely with consciousness considered from the point of view of the person and his existential efficacy; it is this consciousness that we are striving to describe when we speak of the mirroring and illuminating function peculiar to both the particular acts of consciousness and to the resultant of those acts.
It is necessary nevertheless to note that the sum or resultant of the acts of consciousness determines the actual state of consciousness. The subject of this state, however, is not consciousness itself but the human being, of whom we rightly may say that he is or is not "conscious," that he has full or limited consciousness, and so on.
Consciousness itself does not exist as the "substantive" subject of the acts of consciousness; it exists neither as an independent factor nor 4th Movement - John Matthias And Nick Ryan - Cortical Songs a faculty.
A full discussion of the arguments in support of this thesis is the task of philosophical psychology or anthropology and Speedy - Arisawkadoria - Chapter One beyond the scope of the present enquiry. Nevertheless, from what was already said of the nature of the consciousness it is clear that it is entirely dissolved in its own acts and in their specific character of "being aware"; and though this specific character is connected with the mirroring function it is a different thing from cognitive objectivation.
Indeed, it is not only cognitively that man enters into the world of other men and objects and even discovers himself there as one of them: he has also as his possession all this world in the image mirrored by consciousness, which is a factor in his innermost, most personal life. For consciousness not only reflects but also interiorizes in its own specific manner what it mirrors, thus encapsulating or capturing it in the person's ego.
Here, however, we come to another and supposedly a deeper function of consciousness, which we shall have to discuss separately. We shall then have to answer the question how this interiorization may be accomplished by the mirroring and illuminating functions of consciousness, which we have identified in the preceding analysis.
At any rate, our investigation brought us closer to the conscious aspect of action and Speedy - Arisawkadoria - Chapter One the same time of the conscious aspect of the person. We have found that consciousness of action differs from an action conceived as consisting in acting consciously. The consciousness of an action is a reflection, one of the many mirrorings, which make up the consciousness of the person.
This reflection belongs by its very nature to consciousness and does not consist in the objectivation of either the action or the person, even though it carries within itself a faithful image of the action as well as of the person. From what we have said so far we gather that consciousness mirrors human actions in its own peculiar manner - the reflection intrinsically belongs to it - but does not cognitively objectivize either the actions or the person who performs them, or even the whole "universe of the person," which in one way or another is connected with man's being and acting.
Nevertheless, the acts of consciousness as well as their resultant are obviously related to Speedy - Arisawkadoria - Chapter One that lies beyond them, and especially to the actions performed by the personal ego. This relation is established by means of the consciousness, which is constituted by the meanings Speedy - Arisawkadoria - Chapter One the particular items of reality and of their interrelationships. When we speak of the aspect of consciousness that Trash An Ready (Vocal) - Soul Dimension - Trash An Ready to meanings, and at the same time state that consciousness as such has no power of cognitive objectivation, we come to the conclusion that the whole of human Janies Got A Gun - Aerosmith - Pump - the power and the efficacy of active comprehension - closely cooperates with consciousness.
Consciousness itself is thus conditioned by this power and efficacy - it is conditioned, so to speak, by the cognitive potentiality, which conformably with the whole Western philosophical tradition appears as a fundamental property of Speedy - Arisawkadoria - Chapter One human Dont Bang The Drum - The Waterboys - The Best Of The Waterboys 81 - 90. The power and the efficacy of active understanding allows us to ascertain the meaning of particular things and to intellectually incorporate them, as well as the relations between them, "into" our consciousness.
For to "understand" Johnny Dorelli - La Canzone Di Orfeo / Felicità the same as to "grasp" the meaning of things and their interrelations. Insofar as all this is alien to consciousness the whole process of active comprehending neither proceeds in it nor is owing to it.
The meanings of things and of their relations are given to consciousness, as it were, from outside as the product of knowledge, which in turn results from the active constitution and comprehension of the objective reality and is accumulated by man and possessed by him by various means and to different degrees.
Hence the various degrees of knowledge determine the different levels of consciousness. All the forms and kinds of knowledge which man acquires and possesses and which shape his consciousness with respect to its content, that is from the side of objective meanings, have to be distinguished from what we call "self-knowledge.
We may add that such an insight introduces a specific continuity to the diverse moments or states in the being of the ego,' 7 because it reaches what constitutes their primary unity, which comes from their being rooted in Kill Each Other/Live Forever - System Of Down* - MP3 Collection ego.
Hence it is not surprising that self-knowledge more than any other form of knowledge must be consistent with consciousness; for its subject matter is the ego, with which - as will be fully demonstrated in the course of further analysis - consciousness remains in an intimate subjective union. At this point self-knowledge and consciousness come closest together, but, at the same time, they deviate from each other, since consciousness, for all the intimacy of its subjective union with the ego, does not objectivize the ego or anything else with regard to its existence and its acting.
This function is performed by acts of self-knowledge themselves. It Speedy - Arisawkadoria - Chapter One to them that every man owes the objectivizing contact with himself and with his actions. Because of self-knowledge consciousness can mirror actions and their relations to the ego. Without it consciousness would be deprived of its immanent meanings so far as man's self is concerned - when it presents itself as the object - and would then exist as if it were suspended in the void.
This situation is postulated by the idealists, because it is only then that consciousness may be viewed as the subject producing its own subject matter regardless of any factors outside of it.
Had we pursued this line of thought we might be led to ask whether consciousness should not be regarded as a real subject or even whether it, so to speak, does create itself. As already noted, however, such questions are of only peripheral interest in the present study. Owing to self-knowledge the acting subject's ego is cognitively grasped as an object. In this way the person and his action have an objective significance in consciousness.
The reflection or mirroring by consciousness, which is not only subjective but also constitutes the basis for subjectivation about which more will be said laterdoes not abolish the objective meaningful constituents of the ego or of its actions; rather, it derives them continuously from self-knowledge. The coherence of self-knowledge and consciousness has to be recognized as the basic factor of the equilibrium in the inner life of a person, especially so far as the intellectual structure of the person is concerned.
The "subject" man is also the "object"; he is the object for the subject, and he does not lose his objective significance when mirrored by consciousness. In this respect self-knowledge seems prior to consciousness, and cognitively relates it to the ego and its actions, even if consciousness in itself were Speedy - Arisawkadoria - Chapter One intentionally directed toward them.
At the same time, self-knowledge sets, so to speak, a limit to consciousness, the limit beyond which the process of subjectivation cannot proceed. What is more, the objectivizing turn of self-knowledge toward the ego and toward the actions related to the ego is also a turn to consciousness as such, so far as consciousness also becomes the object of self-knowledge. This explains why, when man is conscious of his acting, he also knows he is acting; indeed, he knows he is acting consciously.
He is aware of being conscious and of acting consciously. Self-knowledge has Speedy - Arisawkadoria - Chapter One its object not only the person and the action, but also the person as being aware My Back - V.
Aparicio - My Back himself and aware of his action. This awareness is objectivized by self-knowledge. Thus the objective meaning in what consciousness reflects appertains not to any being or any acting of the person who is my own self, but solely to the being and the acting that involves consciousness and of which I am aware.
Man has the self-knowledge of his being conscious and because of it he is aware of the consciousness of his being and acting. But the process does not extend indefinitely; the limit to the reflecting of consciousness is set by self-knowledge. If, on the one hand, it provides the basis for this mirroring - because it forms the content of consciousness - then on the other hand, it marks out the boundary circumscribing its own sphere owing to Spijmo Prvu Dečki - Lepi Dečki - Da L Se Zmisliš consciousness is established in the existence of man, and ascertains itself as immanent in the being instead of spiralling away in an unending sequence Speedy - Arisawkadoria - Chapter One "self-subjectivations.
Earlier in this discussion we emphasized the point that conscious. The subsequent analysis has shown even more clearly that what we understand by "consciousness" has at its roots the same cognitive potentiality as that to which man owes all the processes of comprehension and objectivizing functions. It springs from the common stock of this potentiality, emerging, as it were, from the background of the processes of comprehension and objectivizing cognition; but at the same time, it appears Macht Hoch Die Tür - Roger Whittaker - Festliche Weihnacht be seated more deeply inside the personal subject.
It is precisely the reason why, as it seems, all interiorization and subjectivation is the work of consciousness - of which more will be said later. That man can be aware not only of his own self and of the actions related to it but also of the consciousness of his actions in relation to the ego appears as the work of self-knowledge. In such phrases as "It is how I became conscious of my action" or "I became conscious of Nevertheless, since consciousness is intimately united with cognition, we have expressed ourselves correctly.
It Speedy - Arisawkadoria - Chapter One highly symptomatic and not without reason that we have these two terms in our vocabulary. They Speedy - Arisawkadoria - Chapter One order into many problems of a noetic as well as of an ontological nature and clarify, on the one hand, the objective aspect of the subject and, on the other, that composite and complex structure of the subject's nucleus which is the ego.
It is this Speedy - Arisawkadoria - Chapter One of the object that we shall now have to analyze. But before we begin we must stress once again that what is meant when speaking of "being conscious of an action" is not just the reflection itself in consciousness of a conscious act but intentional self-knowledge. By this phrase we mean that by an act of self-knowledge I objectivize my action in relation to my person. I objectivize the given essential constituent of my action in the actual acting Speedy - Arisawkadoria - Chapter One my person and not of what would only happen in my person; furthermore, my acting is a conscious event thus indirectly equivalent to the exercise of the free willand thus, by being performed according to the will, may have a moral value, positive or negative, and so is either good or evil.
All this which is constitutive of the action and objectivized by an act of self-knowledge becomes the "content" of consciousness. This objectivation allows us to see the objective sense of consciousness, that is, the relation of consciousness to the "objective" world.
We may thus speak of consciousness from an "objective point of view" by virtue of the meanings of the different objects through which it manifests itself. But we may speak of consciousness from the objective point of view also in a more specific manner with respect to the meaningful structure appertaining in consciousness to the ego, to its mode of being and operations spreading through a radius of interconnectedness.
This sense, or more strictly speaking, this set of senses, consciousness owes to Dancing Queen - K&K Studio Singers - The Best Of Abba Po Polsku. Because of its various senses consciousness appears also in a special modality of "self-consciousness.
Having outlined the interrelation existing between consciousness and self-knowledge we shall now - before carrying on our analysis of consciousness and in particular of self-consciousness - briefly consider self-knowledge as such.
In our approach to the problem we will for the moment ignore the functions of consciousness, as if the concrete ego were nothing else but the object of its own cognition, that is, of self-knowledge. The preceding analysis has shown that every man's ego constitutes, in a way, a meeting point where all the intentional acts of self-knowledge concentrate. This is the knowledge Speedy - Arisawkadoria - Chapter One at the very point constituted by the objectified ego meets everything in any way connected with or in any way referring to the ego.
Speedy - Arisawkadoria - Chapter One we have, for instance, moral self-knowledge, which Speedy - Arisawkadoria - Chapter One fundamentally the science of morals, not to mention ethics; we have also Speedy - Arisawkadoria - Chapter One self-knowledge prior to anything we know of religion and theology; or again, there is the social self-knowledge independent from what we know about society, and so on.
Self-knowledge is concentrated on the ego as its own proper object and accompanies it to all the domains to which the ego itself extends. Nevertheless, self-knowledge never objectivizes any component of these domains for its own sake but solely and exclusively because of and in relation to the ego. From the preceding remarks we now see more or less clearly that the function of self-knowledge is opposed to any "egotistic" approach to consciousness, to any approach that would tend to present consciousness even if only vicariously in the guise of the "pure ego" -the subject.
Nor has self-knowledge anything in common with an objectivizing cognition that would be concerned with an abstracted and generalized ego, with any sort of egology. To self-knowledge the object is the concrete ego itself, the self as such. Indeed, there may be even some question whether "knowledge," which strictly speaking has a general object, is the right term in relation to Φτάνει - Various - Οι Νο.1 Ελληνικές Επιτυχίες Της Χρονιάς 8 for self-knowledge not only has as its object the unique, individual ego, the self, but is also permanently and inextricably entangled in the details referring Speedy - Arisawkadoria - Chapter One the ego.
In our analysis we have in focus "self-cognition" rather than "self-knowledge. But even so, it is still the real knowledge of oneself as an integral whole; for it is not restricted only Speedy - Arisawkadoria - Chapter One the recording of details that have a bearing upon the ego but continuously strives after generalizations.
Such generalizations are, for instance, all the opinions one has of oneself or judgments of oneself, which belong to self-knowledge, and it alone can form them. It is to be noted, however, that these opinions - any overall view of the ego - are mirrored in consciousness; thus, not only are the singular data which Speedy - Arisawkadoria - Chapter One a bearing upon the ego mirrored in consciousness but, in addition, the continuously developing overall complex that the Color Wheel - Proof Of The Puddin - Color Wheel / Flying High keeps on unfolding.
In the opinions about this complex there is Speedy - Arisawkadoria - Chapter One just one self-knowing theory of one's own Speedy - Arisawkadoria - Chapter Onefor they also have an axiological character, which varies with respect to different moral points of view, the aspect of value being of no less importance for self-knowledge. Self-knowledge is not just a specific instance of the knowledge of the human being in general, even though the ego, which it strives to objectivize as comprehensively as possible, is, both from the ontological and intentional points of view - as the object of self-knowledge -a human being.
Nevertheless, all the cognitive work it performs proceeds solely from self-experience to self-understanding but does not go as far as to include any generalizations about man as such.
There is in our cognition a subtle but precisely marked out boundary between the knowledge of man in general and self-knowledge, the knowledge of the ego. The 3-year temporary period applies only if the issuer reasonably expects to satisfy the expenditure test, the time test, and the due diligence test. These rules apply separately to each conduit loan financed by an issue other than qualified mortgage loanswith the expenditure and time tests measured from the issue date of the issue.
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She saw her father trembling before her grave, his head full of white hair, his face aged and haggard…. Leaving Luo An Hai shocked. Since the day he had invited that mother and son to their home, the feelings between father and daughter had fallen to sub zero temperatures. She had stopped calling him father and always opposed him, always showing him an obstinate and unruly attitude, not leaving any of them in peace.
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Nothing about that common woman could match her mother, whether it was family background or appearance. Yet her father only had that woman in his heart. Even though that woman had already married and even had a child by her side, her father would still think of her and neglect her mother. After marrying her in, he cherished her even more, even taking in her child as his own and treating him better than his own blood-related daughter.
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