L'allégorie mystique Hay ben Yaqzân -- Les trois dernières sections de l'ouvrage al-Ishârât wa-t-Tanbîhât sur la doctrine Çoufique -- Le traité mystique at-Thair -- Traité sur l'amour -- Traité sur la nature de la prière -- Missive sur l'influence produite par la fréquentation des lieux saints et les prières qu'on y fait -- Traité sur la délivrance de la crainte de la mort -- Traité sur le destin.
Meanings have an empirical genesis and status. This simple claim has often been denied or ignored. Some metaphysicians in their exaltation of the eternal have regarded meanings as essences, or eternal objects, or neutral entities, in a subsistential or supernatural realm that is changeless and has no roots in nature. Some logicians in their zest to manipulate meanings isolate them so completely as forms of reason, or as syntactical symbols that at no point is their connection with natural events made (...) intelligible. Yet meanings, all meanings, have relation to mind. It is this empirical, psychological aspect of meaning that I shall analyze. The larger philosophic question as to what the relation of the psychological aspect is to the metaphysical or the logical will not concern us except indirectly. (shrink)