The World Explored, the World Suffered Science and tech Issue Nr. 11 October 2018(clone) - Page 23

Contents The Centrepiece Lecture/Speech : “The World Explored, the World Suffered:The Exeter Lectures” This is the centrepiece lecture/speech of the work” The World Explored, the World Suffered: The Exeter lectures” given by Glynn Samuels, one of the leading characters. Glynn is a religious man and also a follower of Heidegger, Freud and T S Eliot. He is witnessing the mental collapse of Jude Sutton, his best friend, and he can do nothing but express in his lectures his admiration for his friends ideas and their mutual suffering in the face of the inevitable. The Author Interview. An audio interview with the author of “The World Explored. The World Suffered: The Exeter lectures” , Michael R D James,. The interview explores the motivations behind the work Introduction to Philosophy Course: Course Outline and Section 1 of unit 1 of the work “The World Explored, the World Suffered: An introduction to Philosophy course”. Every issue will contain some of the content from this course. contract theory where the relation between the rulers and the ruled is conceived to be a significantly artificial, conventional, non-organic affair. For Aristotle, the “obligation” of the rulers and the ruled would be to ensure the common good prevailed for the whole city rather than the limited goods that are conferred upon two contracting parties where freedom is bartered for security. The idea of giving up ones freedom(an essential part of ones human nature, according to Kant) so that a “policeman state” can regulate the hustle and bustle of city life is a very un-Aristotelian position. For him modern men ought to regulate themselves socially and individually by developing capacities into virtuous dispositions with the assistance of the polis and its provision of public education. There is state regulation but of a liberal. humanistic and academic kind. On this model there is no need for a “contract” to be used in a tribunal in case one of the parties to the contract reneges on “the deal”. Aristotle’s citizens and rulers trust each other: they are “frie 'KYH^HوH][ۈ]H\X]\[\™\][ۜ[HH\[وYX][ۋ[\܈\\K[H[\[Y[YZ[[][]Y\X\H\H܈X[\\˂ZY\\H\\H]H\ۙY\\H[\X[\YXۛZX[H][۝\][ۜ•[ \KH[]HZ\Y\^YX]\X\\Xو\8'ۘܙ]H[\'K\KB[]HY[[ܙH[H]H\\Y]H\[[HۈH][ۈ]HۈH]ܘHوXۛZXš[]][ۜ[XۙHH[]Hۙ\YX]H\HوXK8'Zx'H\HܙYZقXۛZX[]Y\Y[]ܞHX]]Y\وH\Z[H[[X[\K\\K[\۝^\XYX[HYZ[H[]\[\][ۈوHX[X[][][ۈ[\HX\H]HوHXYوH\Z H[]H[\Y]Zۛ[\YH[Z]Yو\HHH[\HوB[YX[XY[]\[\[\][Y[ X[X[][]Y^[ۙHYYوH\Z[]HY[[][XH܈\\H[\و\HH^\\\Yو܈HZHوH[[ۂ\\H\H[X[Z[Y\ۜܙYXXYX[[][[][[\Z[YܙZYۂYۚ]\Y\\H\XHH]K[X][HX\[H[Hܛ\H\\X]HوZ\\]XHX]]Y\[H[H\XHوH[[ۈ ܘ]\[\\H[]BYܙYY]H\وX]Z\[X[\[\وXۙ\H[\ܝ[KH܈X\[H[X\H\وYYX[H[Y[؛YY ][H\ܘ]X]X][H]Y[YY[[Y\[HX]Y[][\H\[ۙ^H܈HX]Y[ H^\[Hو\\[\[\\\ ܜܘ][ۜH[^\܈HZHوX[X]Z\][ۈ[]HY[HܛHوYH]ܘ]\[\\H[]Bܚ]X\Y ]\ ]\X\]\\H[]HYX]\[\[[[]][ۜ[H\[\YXHو[[[ۙ^H܈[\\ H[\Z[H]H\\ݙYوHXXHو[[›[ۙ^HH܈][\\]\]^H[Yܙ \\[[H[]\وZ\XˈB[[[[ۈو[[[[\H[\XHܙX][؜܈H؛\[[\XH[[[™YX][ۈYH^\[\Yۈٚ][ؘXH]HY[[\^Y\܈H[[ۈ ^[YHZ][\وX[]][ۜ[]HY]]\\ݘ[\XX[HZ][\X\]Z\Y\H[[[و^^Y\[ۙ^HY\X[]][ۜ[^\[KۙH[[ۙ\]\\H[]HYX]H[\\[Hو\Y[[Y\]X˜\YX[\]Y\Έ^\H\[[[\[\[]\[ۜ\]\[ؚ[H[\ۙ\[\] \[›XX[\\\\][[\Z\X[\]ˈYHو\HXX[\YX؝[\B\HX\][]X\[XZHHYY܈Y\X[H]\ۙ\X\\KXX[]Y\›ZY]H[Y\][ۈۈ]\H\XX[H][H[]][ۜY]H\ܙX]Y[BY[[H[\X[HY[X\و\Y]KXZ[]XH܈[K]\\[HZHYB[Z]YܛHو\ۜX[]H܈Z\]\˂[\\HY]\[][]Y\\[ۜ\ܙX][ۜHܙX]]X][\Hؘ\&H\ܚ\[ۏ•[\\H[Y]H]H8'ۘܙ]H[\'HH[X]\Hۙ\8']\[ܙX][ۜ'OX[\H\و[[X[[Yۜ]][ۘ[H][YH[\ۛY[[Y[][[\ۛY[X[[HHܜق[[X[\[\ۜY\XHY[[[\X[\X]Y\܈][]\[ [H\HقXH[H^H]\XYH\HX\][H\X]H[Y[ۈۈH[HوHܜوBܜ]\[]\\X[\\Z[H[[ۜ]Y]H\Hܜو[[X[܈^[\K][[]ZXX\ۜوX\\X[ۈX][[H^\[Hو[YHۈX\ \\KY\Y[Y[ۈXH]HوYZ\ZY[]H[Y]]H]HXYHH]\و\ۂXH[\\HZY]HZYH[YHوHXۛZXوH[Y\]\HXۛZX™Xˈ]\[[\Z[]H[]HY]Y[وH[][ۈو\[][]Y\\YY][›Z[[][H[\و]X[\X\][ۈ[\XH[[HHۘ\و8'\\[][۸'H[œ]Y\[ۋHZY و\K\\Y\YXݙK^HH\ۜX[]H܈\]HوYZ\]Bܜ\و\YX][ۘ[[]][ۜ]]HZ[YXX[\H܈][H\[\\][ۜ\]Z\YوH]^[وH][ۋ