miércoles, 5 de septiembre de 2007
Baruch Spinoza , in the 17 th century, maintained that there were three kinds of knowledge: the first based on imagination and opinions, the second based on reason, and the third based on INTUITION.
What gives unity and what gives coherence to INTUITION is... ...FEELING.
¨Intuition does not look at things as they are: that is prison, that is anathema to the intuitive.
He looks, oh, so ever so shortly at things as they are and moves off into an unconscious process, at the end of wich he has seen something nobody else would have seen ¨