domingo, 25 de setembro de 2016

Não toda a realidade é construída

"McLuhan’s own brand of Thomist realism affirms that not all reality is socially constructed. After all, McLuhan does recognize that, by way of the senses, we can be in touch with mind-independent realities: natural units, like rocks, trees, and fish.
"Because McLuhan’s intuitions and insights are consonant with the deepest wisdom of the scholastic Thomistic tradition, the possibility remains of a fruitful engagement with the human race’s transition into postmodernity. I woul...
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