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Title 存在論的認識論再論  
Kana ソンザイロンテキ ニンシキロン サイロン  
Romanization Sonzaironteki ninshikiron sairon  
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Title Retractatus on the ontological epistemology  
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Name 松本, 正夫  
Kana マツモト, マサオ  
Romanization Matsumoto, Masao  
Affiliation 慶應義塾大学  
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東京  
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Name 三田哲學會  
Kana ミタ テツガクカイ  
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Issued (from:yyyy) 1960  
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Name 哲學  
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Issue 38  
Year 1960  
Month 11  
Start page 147  
End page 176  
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In this article I with to discuss one more on the same topic which I treated in "Tetsugaku" No. 35 (1958, Nov.). Using exactly the same apriori method of Cartesian school which requests doubtless evidence as its starting point, I am here to prove that philosophy is a theory of "being" and far from being a theory of "consciousness." Not terms of consciousness, but terms of being and its categories are primarily evident, so philosophy must methodologically depend upon such kind of elemental concepts. Here we have the logical part of ontology which onsiders the being in general and the categorical modes of being. This being in general, however, is no more than "something." whether it is, in the sense of thing in itself, the real objective being or not, we have no assurance for certainty as yet. It must be decided solely by aposteriori method of verification that any objectconcept, which is composed of elemental terms of being and its categories, does coincides with thing in itself and is truly objective. Though elemental concepts in logic are evident, the object-concept, composed of those elemental ones, is hypothetical and very much to be doubted, so it must depend on indirect verification in statistical way. Here we have metaphysical part of ontology which considers real being in general and its fundamental regions. Philosophy should be doubtlessly evident at the methodological starting point in apriori sense, but in her inevitable dogmatic conclusion, which is thus always hypothetically exposed to any aposteriori verification in wide sense, she would be still inevident and does not cease to be doubted hereafter. These two features correspond to the series of both natural order and epistemological order in aristotelian philosophy. In a word, the analysis of the elemental concepts in retracing along the epistemological order, is logical and the synthesis of the composed concepts in retracing along the natural order, is metaphysical. The former corresponds to the contemporary semantical analytical philosophy and the latter to the Weltanschauung of scientific qualities. And these two apparently inconsistent trends should be well unified in Aristotelian ontology which starts from the first principle of epistemological order and yet strives for the first principle of the natural order.
 
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横山松三郎先生古稀記念論文集
 
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/ Public / Faculty of Letters / Philosophy / 38 (196011)
 
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