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  Episteme and Techne
Unlike empiric practice (empeiria), technê has an account to give by which it provides the things it provides, an account of what their nature is, so that it can say the cause of each (465a).
Technê is a disposition (hexis) that produces something by way of true reasoning; it is concerned with the bringing into existence (peri genesin) of things that could either exist or not.
He calls stochastic, then, the sorts of technê whose task is to try everything possible to achieve their goal, the realization of the goal being subject to chance.
plato.stanford.edu /entries/episteme-techne   (11598 words)

  
 internet culture   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
There was a time when it was not technology alone that bore the name techne.
According to Bernstein's account of the link between his biography and his philosophy, Heidegger conceals and passes over in silence the importance for the Greeks, specifically Aristotle, of phronesis, the state of the soul that pertains to praxis.
It excludes and conceals the possibility of phronesis and praxis.''[1, page 122] Bernstein urges that our destiny rests not solely with the thinkers and the poets who are guardians of the abode in which man dwells, but with the phronesis of ordinary citizens' contribution to public life.
www.brandeis.edu /pubs/jove/HTML/V6/iculture.html   (8643 words)

  
 Philosophy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
Tense and fictionalism matti eklund modal interpretations of philosophy.
Dewey see caws, theory wilfrid hodges first-order wilfrid hodges techne.
Cua encyclopedia point, the dialectician see conscience see creationism intensional transitive see.
philosophy.myair.be   (105 words)

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