TITLE

MistinÄ— Vienio patirtis Plotino ir L. VVittgensteino filosofijoje

AUTHOR(S)
RUDŽIANSKAITĖ, Ieva; BUDRIŪNAITĖ, Agnė
PUB. DATE
September 2012
SOURCE
Soter;2012, Vol. 43 Issue 71, p23
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article analyzes the perception of Oneness in the works of Plotinus and Ludwig Wittgenstein in philosophical perspective. The experience of Oneness as a super-essential Reality which includes Being and provides ontological basis, typical for the philosophy of these authors, is called mystical. In the article, the texts of Plotinus and Wittgenstein are interpreted not as reflecting the same philosophical theory, but as questioning the same problem of the perception of Oneness from different perspectives, complementing each other at the same time. The aim of the article is to distinguish the basic points of the perception of Oneness, comparing the ideas of Plotinus and Wittgenstein and determining the role of being, intellect and will in the mystical experience of Oneness.
ACCESSION #
86263744

 

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