By Maurice Merleau-Ponty, Joseph J. Bien
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However, they should do this outside the classroom-in essays, which are open to discussion, and in public gatherings, 10. Max Weber, Gesammelte Aufsiitze, p. 154. The Crisis of Understanding / 27 where the adversary can respond. The academic soliloquy should not be fraudulently used for the purposes of propaganda. Thus he holds both ends of the chain. Thus he makes truth work together with decision, knowledge with struggle. l1 Is this better than a compromise? Has he succeeded in uniting, except in his own person, the meanings of force and freedom?
Historical epochs become ordered around a questioning of human possibility, of which each has its formula, rather than around an immanent solution, of which history would be the manifestation. BECAUSE ITS AIM is to recover the fundamental choices of the past, Weber's science is a methodical extension of his experience of the present. But have this experience and its practical options benefited in turn from historical understanding? For only 8. Weber, Gesammelte Aufsiitze, p. 185. The Crisis of Understanding I 25 if they have would Weber have reconciled theory and practice.
It is nothing more than a masquerade for one's personal inclinations. The important revolutionaries, and first of ~ll Marx, are not revolutionaries in that sense. They lived their time rather than looked to it in the hope of forgetting their own obsessions, as the minor figures did. They well understood that universal history is not to be contemplated but to be made, and What they put of themselves into the revolution is an acute understanding of events and not a vague strain of millenarianism.
Adventures of the Dialectic by Maurice Merleau-Ponty, Joseph J. Bien