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Metaphysics (Book 5) - Aristotle

... difference whether we call it good or apparent good. "These, then, are the causes, and this is the number of their kinds, but the varieties of causes are many in number, though ...

Ethics; Book 5 - Aristotle

... , since they are by hypothesis different; or if both Are good then they are identical This is a tolerably fair statement of the difficulty which on these Grounds arises in respect of the ...

Metaphysics (Book 4) - Aristotle

... of being as being. They cut off a part of being and investigate the attribute of this part; this is what the mathematical sciences for instance do. Now since we are seeking the first principles ...

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Metaphysics (Book 7) - Aristotle

... of the result will pre-exist of necessity; for the matter is a part; for this is present in the process and it is this that becomes something. But is the matter an element even in the formula? We certainly describe ...

Poems - Isidore Ducasse, Comte de Lautréamont

... a clear plan. If they are exact, each one will be the consequence of the others. This is the only true order. It indicates my object despite the untidiness of my handwriting. I would ...

The Marx-Engels Reader (Chapter 1.8: Economic and Philosophic Manuscripts of 1844 ) - Robert C. Tucker

... species as his object (his own as well as those of other things), but-and this is only another way of expressing it-but also because he treats himself as the actual, ...

The Six Enneads - 5 - Plotinus

... only of the external; even in any awareness of events within the body it occupies, this is still the perception of something external to a principle dealing with those bodily conditions not as ...

The Critique of Pure Reason; Part 22 - Immanuel Kant

... yourselves compelled to declare: There are certain Subjects which cannot be annihilated in thought. But this is Nothing more than saying: There exist subjects which are absolutely Necessary--the very hypothesis which ...

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The Metaphysical Elements of Ethics (Introduction) - Immanuel Kant

... that the multitude of reasons will compensate the lack of weight in each taken separately, this is a very unphilosophical resource, since it betrays trickery and dishonesty; for several insufficient proofs placed beside ...

Metaphysics (Book 10) - Aristotle

... be more than two extremes for the one interval), and, to put the matter generally, this is clear if contrariety is a difference, and if difference, and therefore also the complete difference, must be between two things. " ...

Metaphysics (Book 11) - Aristotle

... orders people to take some particular food, why do they take it? In what respect is 'this is bread' truer than 'this is not bread'? And so it would make no difference whether one ate or not. But ...

Metaphysics (Book 9) - Aristotle

... sense of that word) the thing which comes after it in this series. E.g. a casket is not 'earthen' nor 'earth', but 'wooden'; for this is potentially a casket and this is the matter of a casket, wood in general of a casket in general ...

What Is Noble? (IX) - Friedrich Nietzsche

... , richer world beyond the surface, an abyss behind every bottom, beneath every "foundation." Every philosophy is a foreground philosophy?this is a recluse's verdict: "There is something arbitrary in the fact that the PHILOSOPHER came to a stand here, took a retrospect, and ...

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Economy - Henry David Thoreau

... comfort and independence, and then, as he turned away, got his own leg into it. This is the reason he is poor; and for a similar reason we are all poor in respect to a thousand savage comforts, ...

Phaedo (Full Text) - Plato

... another, and thinking. You would agree; would you not? Undoubtedly, Socrates. But, O my friend, if this is true, there is great reason to hope that, going whither I go, when I have come to the end of ...

Metaphysics (Book 12) - Aristotle

... form and matter, and the privation, e.g. darkness or disease; but the matter exists potentially; for this is that which can become qualified either by the form or by the privation.) But the ...

Metaphysics (Book 13) - Aristotle

... same principle on which an identical syllable cannot exist in the plural number. But if this is so, there will not be other things existing besides the elements, but only the elements. "(b) ...

The Marx Engels Reader ( Chap 1 ) - Robert C. Tucker

... of sovereignty that sovereignty can­ not have a double existence, still less one which is contradictory. However:    1) This is just the question: Is not that sovereignty which is claimed by the monarch an illusion? Sovereignty of the monarch or sovereignty of ...

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The Marx-Engels Reader Chap.I - Robert C. Tucker

... of sovereignty that sovereignty can­ not have a double existence, still less one which is contradictory. However:    1) This is just the question: Is not that sovereignty which is claimed by the monarch an illusion? Sovereignty of the monarch or sovereignty of ...

The Marx-Engels Reader(Chapter 1) - Robert C. Tucker

... of sovereignty that sovereignty can­ not have a double existence, still less one which is contradictory. However:    1) This is just the question: Is not that sovereignty which is claimed by the monarch an illusion? Sovereignty of the monarch or sovereignty of ...

The Marx-Engels Reader (Chapter 1.1) - Robert C. Tucker

... of sovereignty that sovereignty can­ not have a double existence, still less one which is contradictory. However:    1) This is just the question: Is not that sovereignty which is claimed by the monarch an illusion? Sovereignty of the monarch or sovereignty of ...

The Marx-Engels Reader (Chapter-I) - Robert C. Tucker

... of sovereignty that sovereignty can­ not have a double existence, still less one which is contradictory. However:    1) This is just the question: Is not that sovereignty which is claimed by the monarch an illusion? Sovereignty of the monarch or sovereignty of ...

The Marx-Engels Reader ( Chap. Uno! ) - Robert C. Tucker

... of sovereignty that sovereignty can­ not have a double existence, still less one which is contradictory. However:    1) This is just the question: Is not that sovereignty which is claimed by the monarch an illusion? Sovereignty of the monarch or sovereignty of ...

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The Marx - Engels Reader (Chater 1) - Robert C. Tucker

... of sovereignty that sovereignty can­ not have a double existence, still less one which is contradictory. However:    1) This is just the question: Is not that sovereignty which is claimed by the monarch an illusion? Sovereignty of the monarch or sovereignty of ...

The Six Enneads - 3 - Plotinus

... other things should not astonish us. The thing destroyed derived its being from outside itself: this is no case of a self-originating substance being annihilated by an external; it rose on the ...

Ex Parte Milligan - The Supreme Court of the United States

... an interest in the detention of the prisoner. The statements of the record show that this is not only a fair, but conclusive inference. When the counsel for Milligan presented to the court ...

Gibbons v. Ogden - The Supreme Court of the United States

... they were sovereign, were completely independent, and were connected with each other only by a league. This is true. But, when these allied sovereigns converted their league into a government, when they converted their ...

Lysis (Full Text) - Plato

... injures himself by his poetry. Assuredly not, he said; such a poet would be a fool. And this is the reason why I take you into my counsels, Socrates, and I shall be glad of any ...

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Phaedrus (Full Text) - Plato

... towards the true being. And therefore the mind of the philosopher alone has wings; and this is just, for he is always, according to the measure of his abilities, clinging in recollection to those things in ...

Sophist (Full Text) - Plato

... , by reason of a principle of strife. Whether any of them spoke the truth in all this is hard to determine; besides, antiquity and famous men should have reverence, and not be liable ...

The Laws (Part 5) - Plato

... be sufficient to maintain a certain number of inhabitants in a moderate way of life?more than this is not required; and the number of citizens should be sufficient to defend themselves against the ...

Of the Dialectic of Pure Reason in defining the Conception of the “Summum Bonum” (Chap. 2.2) - Immanuel Kant

... . Therefore, those who placed the end of creation in the glory of God (provided that this is not conceived anthropomorphically as a desire to be praised) have perhaps hit upon the best expression. ...

The Critique of Pure Reason; Part 29 - Immanuel Kant

... a system. But we can form no system of Happiness, except in so far as it is dispensed in strict proportion to Morality. But this is only possible in the intelligible world, under a Wise author and ruler. Such a ruler, together with ...

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Transition from popular moral philosophy to the metaphysic of morals - Immanuel Kant

... exertion of his reason, if it be not wholly spoiled for abstraction. The question then is this: "Is it a necessary law for all rational beings that they should always judge of their actions ...

The Conduct of Life (Chap. 3) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... insult in which she forces the beggar to lie. She gives him no rest until this is done: she starves, taunts, and torments him, takes away warmth, laughter, sleep, friends, and daylight, ...

Sura 2: The Cow - Holy Qur'an (English Interpretation)

... gardens underneath which rivers flow; whensoever they are provided with fruits therefrom they shall say, 'This is that wherewithal we were provided before'; that they shall be given in perfect semblance; and ...

The Marx-Engels Reader (Chapter 1.6: ”On the Jewish Question”) - Robert C. Tucker

... diversity.    We have shown, therefore, that political emancipation from religion leaves religion in existence, although this is no longer a privileged religion. The contradiction in which the adherent of a particular religion finds himself ...

Biographia Literaria (Ch. 12) - Samuel Taylor Coleridge

... effect (causa sui), subject and object, or rather the absolute identity of both. But as this is inconceivable, except in a self-consciousness, it follows, that even as natural philosophers we must arrive ...

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First Aspect. The Idea Subordinated To The Principle Of Sufficient Reason: The Object Of Experience And Science. - Arthur Schopenhauer

... a special form, to which I have given the name of the ground of being. In time, this is the succession of its moments, and in space the position of its parts, which reciprocally ...

The Republic (Book 10) - Plato

... extraordinary man! Wait a little, and there will be more reason for your saying so. For this is he who is able to make not only vessels of every kind, but plants and animals, himself and ...

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