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The Writings of Thomas Paine;

By: Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809; Conway, Moncure Daniel, 1832-1907

...ize for the present undertaking ; but, as to be right is the first wish of philosophy, and the first principle of history, he will, I presume, accept ... ... commenced, proceeds to make some remarks thereon. " In short," says he, " philosophy, whose first sentiment is the desire to see all governments just... ... if wrong, it merits no excuse. It is sent into the world as an opinion of philosophy, and may be examined without regard to the author. It seems to b... ...ppressions, and menaced with the prospects of new ones, is the calmness of philosophy or the palsy of insensibility to be looked for? Mr. Burke exclai... ...ir own subsistence and comfort. Apart from all reflections of morality and philosophy, it is a melancholy fact that more than one- fourth of the labou... ...tercourse of nations by an exchange of benefits, is a subject as worthy of philosophy as of politics. 1792] ^SIGHTS OF MAN. 457 Commerce is no other ...

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The Writings of Thomas Paine;

By: Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809; Conway, Moncure Daniel, 1832-1907
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The Writings of Thomas Paine;

By: Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809; Conway, Moncure Daniel, 1832-1907

...ed to the purposes of power and revenue ; and it yet remains to reason and philosophy to abolish the amphibiousftj 26 THE WRITINGS OF THOMAS PAINE. C... ... it has made a revolution in Theology. "" That which is now called natural philosophy, embracing the whole circle ..ol-sdence. of which astronomy occu... ...s to better studies. The schools of the Greeks were schools of science and philosophy, and not of lan- guages ; and it is in the knowledge ofthe thing... ... of lan- guages ; and it is in the knowledge ofthe things that science and philosophy teach that learning consists. Almost all the scientific learning... ...ctricity and magnetism ; so also would many other experiments in nat- ural philosophy, to those who are not acquainted with the subject. The restoring... ...delay it no longer. The just and humane principles of the Revolution which Philosophy had first ^iffused, had been departed from. The Idea, always dan... ...ing famous for, were very ignorant of. The allusions to objects of natural philosophy are frequent and strong, and are of a different cast to any thin... ... and the mere drudge in business is but little better : whereas, nat- ural philosophy, mathematical and mechanical science, are a continual source of ... ... the properties of inanimate matter, is a text as well for devotion as for philosophy—for gratitude, as for human im- provement. It will perhaps be sa...

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The Writings of Thomas Paine;

By: Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809; Conway, Moncure Daniel, 1832-1907

...n these subjects harmonize more nearly with much of the advanced political philosophy of the present day, and his arguments are often used by writers ... ...erschomus Carmichael's "Puffendorf"; Francis Hutcheson's " System of Moral Philosophy" ; Montesquieu's " Spirit of the Laws''; Blackstone's "Commentar... ...ue with a man who has renounced the use and authority of reason, and whose philosophy consists in hold- ing humanity in contempt, is like administerin... ...h France is open, noble, and generous. It is true policy, founded on sound philosophy, and neither a surrender or mortgage, as you would scandalously ... ...o finish it with an asser- tion which has no foundation, either in fact or philosophy ; and as Mr. Ferguson, your secretary, is a man of letters, and ... ...land, and by way of ' Adam Ferguson (b. 1724, d. 1816), Professor of Moral Philosophy in the University of Edinburgh, author of an " Essay on the Hist... ... Essay on the History of Civil Society " (1767), and " Institutes of Moral Philosophy" (1769). — Editor. 268 THE WRITINGS OF THOMAS PAINE. \m1^ luggi... ... the passions, in order to ascertain the probable conduct of mankind, is a philosophy in politics which thosewho preside at St. James's have no concep... ...his 282 THE WRITINGS OF THOMAS PAINE. [1778 happiness to have in him more philosophy than sentiment, for he bears flogging Hke a top, and sleeps the ...

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The Complete Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge : With an Introductory Essay Upon His Philosophical and Theological Opinions : Volume 7

By: Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1772-1834; Shedd, William Greenough Thayer, 1820-1894; Coleridge, Henry Nelson, 1798-1843; Coleridge, Sara Coleridge, 1802-1852; Marsh, James, 1794-1842; Coburn, Kathleen

... the unregenerate mind ; Bubbles that glitter as they rise and break On vain Philosophy's aye-babbling spring. For never guiltless may I speak of him,... ..., oft alone, Piercing the long-neglected holy cave, The haunt obscure of old Philosophy, He bade with lifted torch its starry walls Sparkle, as erst t... ...y sheen, Whom as a faery child my childhood woo'd Even in my dawn of thought Philosophy ; Though then unconscious of herself, pardie, She bore no othe... ...ion of the Old and New Testaments, vi. 4S2 ; differs from all books of Creek philosophy, i, 439; distribution of,without notcs.vious on, vi. 206; enli... ..., a habit of his life, ii.536; a hero- worshipper, iii. Ixxiv. ; a master of philosophy and theology, i. 02 ; a lover of the Church, vi. 303 ; a maste... ... to ScheMing. iii. xi. ; his objections to the tin Wordsworth, iii. 395; his philosophy, i. 35; his "plagiarism," iii. xi.-xxi. ;'his plans to transla... ... Jef- frey, iii. cxix. ; his religious opinions, iii. xlii. ; his studies in philosophy, iii. 249; his system of philosophy, vi. 373, 519; his table-t... ...i. 245 ; neglects mathematical instruction, iv. 423 ; not satisfied with the philosophy of Schelling, iii. 268; not tolerant, ii. 93; on Unitariani8m,... ...276. Corn laws, vi. 511, 516. Coronation oath. the. vi. 93, 516. Corpuscular philosophy, the, ii. 37; school, the, i. 357. Correspondence of Coleridge...

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The British Controversialist and Literary Magazine

...Digitized from the holdings of Oxford University.; Established for the impartial and diliberate discussion of important questions in religion, philosophy, politics, social economy, &c., and as a magazine of self-culture....

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The Complete Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge : With an Introductory Essay Upon His Philosophical and Theological Opinions : Volume 5

By: Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1772-1834; Shedd, William Greenough Thayer, 1820-1894; Coleridge, Henry Nelson, 1798-1843; Coleridge, Sara Coleridge, 1802-1852; Marsh, James, 1794-1842; Coburn, Kathleen

...h what success he labored for thirty years in this mighty cause of Christian philosophy, the readers of his other works, especially the Aids to Reflec... ...it must be effected by the aid, and in the light, of those truths of deepest philosophy which in all Mr. Coleridge's works, published or unpublished, ... ...hich the arch-philosopher was of. There are, and can be, only two schools of philosophy, differing in kind and in source. Differences in degree and in... ... of empty noise) and misosophy are here out of the question. Schools of real philosophy there are but two, best named by the arch-philosopher of each,... ... arch-philosopher of each, namely, Plato and Aristotle. Every man capable of philosophy at all (and there are not many such) is a born Platonist or a ... ...intance with the science of transcendental analysis, and an insight into the philosophy of ideas not to be expected in Field, and which was then only ... ... generation Waterland so admirably maintaine 1, on the one hand, against the philosophy of the Arians, the combat ending in the death and burial of Ar... ...aints. A very meagre and inadequate interpretation of this sublime text. The philosophy of life, which will be the corona et finis coronans ofthe scie... ...pture may be opposed to philoso- phy ; and then the Apocryphal books will be philosophy relatively to Scripture, and Scripture relatively to philosoph...

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The Complete Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge : With an Introductory Essay Upon His Philosophical and Theological Opinions : Volume 3

By: Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1772-1834; Shedd, William Greenough Thayer, 1820-1894; Coleridge, Henry Nelson, 1798-1843; Coleridge, Sara Coleridge, 1802-1852; Marsh, James, 1794-1842; Coburn, Kathleen

...ception, or explains the formation of the Associable .... 23V CHAPTER IX. Is Philosophy possible as a science, andwhat are its conditions ? Gior- dano... ...spirit of Kant's writings, and a vindication of prudence in the teachings of Philosophy Fichte's attempt to com- plete the Critical system Its partial... ...s pamphlet (entitled Dar- legung, &c. Exposition of the true relation of the Philosophy of Nature to the improved doctrine of Fichte) he had just cite... ...ld naturally excite a wish in such of his readers as felt an interest in his philosophy, to know more of the great German. The first books of his they... ...mbryo. In the last part of the Transcendental Idealism, which relates to the Philosophy of Art, at p. 473, a passage occurs inwhich the poetic faculty... ...the doctrines of Schelling, he not only speaks ofhim as " the founder of the Philosophy of Nature and most successful improver of the Dynamic system,"... ...e owe the completion, and the most important victories of this revolution in philosophy."! He calls Schelling his predecessor though contemporary. Pre... ...o unfold. That he had not originally learned the general conceptions of this philosophy from Schelling he does indeed affirm, but he expressly ascribe... ...oncerning his originality of authorship, he refers to his design of applying philosophy to religion ; and without doubt his religious philosophy diffe...

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The Complete Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge : With an Introductory Essay Upon His Philosophical and Theological Opinions : Volume 1

By: Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1772-1834; Shedd, William Greenough Thayer, 1820-1894; Coleridge, Henry Nelson, 1798-1843; Coleridge, Sara Coleridge, 1802-1852; Marsh, James, 1794-1842; Coburn, Kathleen

...cter of most of them, and because the author's social, political and ethical philosophy is much more fully and clearly presented in the Essays of The ... ...ential Aphorisms 130 Moral and Religious Aphorisms 146 Elements of Religious Philosophy 199 Aphorisms on Spiritual Religion 190 Aphorisms on that whic... ...o much of the power and vigor of his intellect, should have been enlisted in Philosophy ; while the lesser numberwho have been stimulated and strength... ...pline and scholarship, is the greatest loss American 10 INTRODUCTORY ESSAY. Philosophy has yet been called to meet, we call to mind no thor oughly el... ...ndoubtedly not clear in his own mind. The consequence therefore is, that the philosophy of Coleridge must be gathered from his writings rather than qu... ...econd place, the literary world has not been interested in the department of Philosophy. Those problems relating to the nature of man, the universe, a... ...he may be regarded as the author of a system, and as the head of a school in Philosophy, will appear in the course of our remarks. And we would here i... ...uous to a spiritual system of speculation. Bred up in the reigning empirical philosophy of the eighteenth century, it was only gradually, and as we th... ... ground not only of life but also of truth, not only of religion but also of philosophy. Coleridge lived contempora- neously with that most wonderful,...

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Germany and Its Evolution in Modern Times

By: Lichtenberger, Henri, 1864-1941; Ludovici, Anthony Mario, 1882

...aforsecuringconvertsceasedalmostentirely until the end of the century. The philosophy ofKant, which is inspired by an exceedingly Protestant spirit, f... ...t an ever more attentive ear to the asser- tions of the emigres,who made " philosophy " and its impious doctrines responsible for the great social uph... ... wisdom, and poetry, which rule the world. According to Friedrich Schlegel philosophy was merely a barren attempt to explain the world without God, an... ...legel, after burying himself in the study of languages, mythology, and the philosophy of the East, arrived at the conviction that " man did not begin ... ...ought he could detect in it. In short, there is no doubt whatever that the philosophy and the religious psychology of ro- manticism, by lowering on th... ...constructed a system which founded Catholic dogma upon the basis of Kant's philosophy. He succeeded in securing the triumph of his ideas among the fac... ...actors in the spiritual life of the Middle Ages—the Catholic faith and the philosophy of Aristotle. It aims at proving that scientific truth and Catho... ...e Protestant is allowed, when he takes up the study of nature, history, or philosophy, to seek the natural truth without bias of any sort, and without... ...NT SPIRIT 25t however, is never made at the expense of science and secular philosophy. The author never addresses him- self to the " despisers of reli...

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Studies New and Old

By: Courtney, W. L. (William Leonard), 1850-1928

...* 5g the same Author. THE METAPHYSICS OF JOHN STUART MILL. 1879. STUDIES IN PHILOSOPHY, ANCIENT AND MODERN. 1881. CONSTRUCTIVE ETHICS, a Re^-iew of M... ...HY, ANCIENT AND MODERN. 1881. CONSTRUCTIVE ETHICS, a Re^-iew of Modern Moral Philosophy in its Three Stages of Interpretation, Criticism, and Reconstr... ...ith ecclesiastical pretensions, and his heartfelt dislike of the Papacy. His philosophy again partook of that general revolt against authority on beha... ...ellows which actually consti- tute his individuality;* just as his political philosophy depends on the fiction of a social contract, which could only ... ...trical form of reasoning, to the gradual evolution of a system of mechanical philosophy. Atoms and movement account for all the changing forms of the ... ...or Hobbes, like the earliest philosophers, and unlike the modern, understood philosophy to mean a systematic view of the universe and a consistent exp... ...th one method and traced in their origin to the same set of principles. That philosophy only means psychology and morals, or in the last resort metaph... ...les of mechanical atomism—a clue which is to distinguish for ever the modern philosophy from the misty logomachies of Aristotle and the Schoolmen. It ... ...s. History tells us that individualism was in the air, and that a mechanical philosophy was the heritage from Bacon, as well as the product of the bes...

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Word, Work, And Will. Collected Papers

By: Thomson, William, Archbishop of York, 1819-1890
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The Works of Orestes A. Brownson : Volume 6

By: Brownson, Orestes Augustus, 1803-1876; Brownson, Henry Francis, 1835-1913

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The United States : Its History, Physical and Political Geography, Material Resources and Industrial Development

By: Fallows, Samuel, Bp., 1835-1922
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St. Thomas Aquinas and the Politics of Aristotle : Volume 2

By: Grosser, Elmer Joseph
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St. Thomas Aquinas and the Politics of Aristotle : Volume 1

By: Grosser, Elmer Joseph
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The Politics of Aristotle

By: Aristoteles; James Edward Cowell Welldon
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The Politics of Aristotle

By: Aristotle; James Edward Cowell Welldon; Translated by James Edward Cowell Welldon
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The Politics of Aristotle : Volume 4

By: Aristoteles; William Lambert Newman
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The Politics of Aristotle : Volume 3, Part 2

By: Aristoteles; Aristote, William Lambert Newman
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The Politics of Aristotle : Volume 3

By: Aristoteles; William Lambert Newman
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