“Logic of feeling” (In Dutch: Logica van het gevoel, 1996)
In this original and groundbreaking work on philosophy and social theory of knowledge, the maps of reality are thoroughly shuffled and re-established by a master hand. More than twenty years of research and teaching lies at the basis of this work. Arnold Cornelis (1934-1999) is not only an expert on matters of the mind, but also on communication. His philosophy offers a holistic perspective on our scattered view of the world. As the world becomes more and more complex, his theory of knowledge proposes a counter perspective: simplicity within the philosophical lifestyle of self-recognition. Developments in the individual sciences, technology and social policy issues are interwoven to create a new paradigm, offering a central place for communication.