History and Truth by Adam Schaff (Auth.)

By Adam Schaff (Auth.)

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In picturing the violent rise of prices in the years 1785-1789 (pp. ) and the influence of this factor on the lowering of the population's standard of living (pp. ) the author solidly prepared his final conclusion. The work has 690 pages, 37 filled to the brim with factual, pertinent material. We shall note only, inasmuch as reporting this rich factual material is impossible and unnecessary, that Labrousse arrived at the following figures: prices rose by 63% in the years 1726-1789 while wages by not quite 26% (pp.

Hie et nunc. ' ' We shall interest ourselves with this trinity of the cognitive process only from the point of view of the typology of the relations between its elements. In this respect, I distinguish three basic models of the process of cognition (theoretically, as we shall see further on, their number is greater, due to the possible combinations of their component elements). If we understand by the process of cognition a specific mutual interaction of the cognizing subject and the object of cognition which gives rise to the intellectual products, which we call knowledge, then the interpretation of this relation can be placed within the framework of a number of theoretical models.

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