Ramon Turró, científic i pensador

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Friend, amongst others, of Ruyra and of Verdaguer, Turró wrote about questions of psychology and philosophy. He himself said that he was a defender of "critical realism", rigorous in investigation, demanding in method. He defended that "to know is to foresee", but he also knew that a good experimental method can not only be trusted by the senses, as these can be deceived. Here is shown the truly incisive and efficient way of looking at things of Turró: we realize that, to know that there is an outside, to understand well where the senses come from, it is necessary an internal confirmation, that which comes from our organism. Turró has, therefore, a global vision, complete, of the human organism, without rigid distinctions between the interior and exterior world. Here indeed is the root of his celebrated work "The Origins of Knowledge": the hunger, and the most basic nucleus of his thought. And also here there is another element of modernity in his conception, that in his day was pioneering and that now continues offering many aspects of current relevance.n
Alcoberro i Pericay, Ramon (Autor)
Boldú, Joan (Autor)
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