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Problems of biology

By: Sandeman, George
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From Evolved Beginning (I.E. a Hole Filling in with Gastronomic Ingredients) to Involved Endment (I.E. a Whole Filled Out with Anatomic Particulars)

By: Thayer, Henry Davidge
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Theoretical biology

By: Uexküll, Jakob von, 1864-1944; Mackinnon, Doris L. (Doris Livingston)
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Twelve Essays

By: Burry, Frederic W

...ualities. "I ! > T ' ^/ ^ IDBALlSn t T DEALISM, or Mertal Science, is the philosophy that teaches all is mind. Everything in the objective universe i... .... One of the sayings of Jesus that have come down to us contains the whole philosophy of life. 4^ He tells us to seek first the kingdom of God, and al... ... your teachings as to the necessity of correct believing or thinking. Your philosophy, which is the same as all great thinkers' philosophies, is summe... ...here is one thought that stands out more prominently than the rest in this philosophy of mental science it is the power of a determined will. /Che men...

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The nature of the physical World

By: Eddington, Arthur Stanley, Sir 1882-1944

...beginning to a course which ought to reach transcendent levels of scientific philosophy. But we cannot touch bedrock immediately; we must scratch a bi... ...owy and symbolic character of the world of physics because of its bearing on philosophy, but because the aloofness from familiar conceptions will be a... ...hat the grain is essential and universal, the worm-holes casual. Science and philosophy have often been at cross-purposes in discussing the Absolute —... ...The Scientific Reaction from Microscopic Analysis. From the point of view of philosophy of science the con- ception associated with entropy must I thi... ...haps that ought to make us feel a little sym- pathetic towards the man whose philosophy of the uni- verse takes one form on weekdays and another form ... ...y be fruitful scientifically. If I have rightly understood Dr. White- head's philosophy, that is the course which he takes. It involves a certain amou... ...y in most respects seem diametrically opposed to Dr. Whitehead's widely read philosophy of Nature, I think it would be truer to regard him as an ally ... ...by exact science. If we search the examination papers in physics and natural philosophy for the more intelligible questions we may come across one beg... ..., take us to an eminence from which we can look down into the deep waters of philosophy; and if I rashly plunge into them,, it is not because I have c...

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Evolution and Origin of Life

By: Bastian, H. Charlton

...he Doctrine of Evolution has been more or less directly involved in those depart- ments of Science and Philosophy which have during this period receiv... ...ence of natural phenomena. It equally implies that natural events do not vary sponta- neously. It is a philosophy which deals with natural phenomena i... ...orizon—driven out of the field by the steady advance of Law and Order. Those who embrace the Evolution Philosophy are foremost in this opinion — they ... ...ypothesis, nor does he adopt a definition of biological "individuality" at variance with the Evolution Philosophy. He distinctly teaches that living m... ... I would now direct the reader's attention. Why should men of such acknowledged eminence in matters of Philosophy and Science as Mr. Herbert Spencer a... ...t fully believe in the Evolution Hypothesis, andwho still cling, more or less fully, to a 'vitalistic' philosophy appear bewildered, if not terrified,... ...m, or, indeed, to peculiar views of any kind, in opposition to facts as they arise, is the bane of all philosophy." Well indeed will it be for Science... ...follows that in the study of nature and its laws, we ought at once « Discourse on the Study of Natural Philosophy, p. 204. t Idem, p. 79. E 50 EVOLUT... ...ancient custom of mere passive observation and enumeration, against which the founder of the Inductive Philosophy so strongly raised his voice.* So fa...

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The Nature of the Physical World

By: Eddington, Arthur Stanley, Sir 1882-1944

...beginning to a course which ought to reach transcendent levels of scientific philosophy. But we cannot touch bedrock immediately; we must scratch a bi... ...owy and symbolic character of the world of physics because of its bearing on philosophy, but because the aloofness from familiar conceptions will be a... ...hat the grain is essential and universal, the worm-holes casual. Science and philosophy have often been at cross-purposes in discussing the Absolute —... ...The Scientific Reaction from Microscopic Analysis. From the point of view of philosophy of science the con- ception associated with entropy must I thi... ...haps that ought to make us feel a little sym- pathetic towards the man whose philosophy of the uni- verse takes one form on weekdays and another form ... ...y be fruitful scientifically. If I have rightly understood Dr. White- head's philosophy, that is the course which he takes. It involves a certain amou... ...y in most respects seem diametrically opposed to Dr. Whitehead's widely read philosophy of Nature, I think it would be truer to regard him as an ally ... ...by exact science. If we search the examination papers in physics and natural philosophy for the more intelligible questions we may come across one beg... ..., take us to an eminence from which we can look down into the deep waters of philosophy; and if I rashly plunge into them,, it is not because I have c...

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The Domain of Physiology; Or, Nature in Thought and Language

By: Thomas Sterry Hunt
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A physiological introduction to the study of philosophy

By: Franz, Shepherd Ivory, 1874-1933
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The Origin of Life; Being an Account of Experiments with Certain Superheated Saline Solutions in Hermetically Sealed Vessels

By: Bastian, H. Charlton

...n science." — Chicago Tribune^ 15.—The Nature ofMan. Studies in Optimistic Philosophy. By £li» Metchnikoff, Professor at the Pasteur Institute. Transl...

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Recent Advances in Physiology and Bio-Chemistry

By: Hill, Leonard Erskine, Sir, B. 1866
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The Value ; Dignity of Human Life as Shown in the Striving and Suffering of the Individual, By Charles Gray Shaw

By: Shaw, Charles Gray, 1871-1949

...following pages has already served a prac- tical purpose among students of philosophy in New York 6 PREFACE University, where the lectures on ethics ... ... The ethical activity of humanity. The 32 struggle for humanity. Ethics as philosophy of life. II THE CONTINUITY OF HUMAN STRIVING 36 1. The category ... ...istic, 43 characteristic, humanistic periods.. The three Gunas of Sankhyan philosophy. Plato's tri- partite Republic. Valentinus' triple order of men.... ... of man's position in the world of nature and spirit, the problem of human philosophy appears in firm outline. Philosophy aims to' deduce the ground o... ... it is rare than an ethical theory sets out upon the devious path of moral philosophy with a just conception of what man, its subject, was meant to do... ...ar- acteristic forms of spiritual activity; and the several forms of human philosophy seem to have no other purpose than the establishment of a spirit... ...parated from the world of reality. It is in such an intellectual mood that philosophy calls man the measure of all things in their being or not-being.... ... which, according to the testimony of Aristotle (Meta. I. 6; Xii. 4), gave philosophy the concept, in the form of a universal definition in morals. Th... ...of the problem which ethics essays to furnish. Life is not ethics, but the philosophy of life is capable of the most consistent presentation when it i...

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A Text-Book of Physiological Chemistry

By: Hammarsten, Olof, 1841-1932; Mandel, John Alfred, B. 1865
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The Durable Satisfactions of Life

By: Eliot, Charles William, 1834-1926

...d how many and how profound are the religious implica- tions in contemporary philosophy. Your attention has been called to the most recent views conce... ... sympathy and kindness may make them more bearable, but neither religion nor philosophy offers any complete consolation for them, or ever has. In thus... ...form, sweeping through and sometimes over the churches, the effect of modern philosophy, ethical theories, social hopes, and democratic principles on ...

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The Physiological Action and Therapeutic Uses of Yeast Nucleic Acid: With Special Reference to

By: Victor Clarence Vaughan
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Human Quintessence

By: Ibsen, Sigurd, 1859-1930; Janson, Marcia Hargis
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Physiological Chemistry: A Text-Book and Manual for Students

By: Albert Prescott Mathews
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A Student's History of Philosophy

By: Rogers, Arthur Kenyon, 1868-1936

... ROGERS Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OF PHILOSOPHY Title: A STUDENT'S HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY Author: ARTHUR KEN... ...... ...TUDENT'S HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY BY ARTHUR KENYON ROGERS, Ph.D. PROFESSOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN BUTLER COLLEGE AUTHOR OF "A BRIEF INTRODUCTION TO MODERN PHIL... ...ll the important facts which a stu- dent with a more technical interest in philosophy would find useful, serves a valuable end, and an end with which ... ...pe also it may be the means of arousing an interest in the masterpieces of philosophy at first hand, and may suggest that they have a really human and... ...tempted through the medium of a somewhat mild reproduction of the Hegelian philosophy of history. Doubtless this might have been made much more attrac... ... purpose. CONTENTS PAGE Introduction i ^§ I. The Nature of the History of Philosophy. Primitive Con- ceptions of the World I I. GREEK PHILOSOPHY The ... ...World I I. GREEK PHILOSOPHY The Scientific Period § 2. The Origin of Greek Philosophy 8 § 3. The Milesian School. Thales 12 _§ 4. Heracleitus 14 § 5. ... ...ynics 59 The Systematic Philosophers gii. Plato. The Academy 67 1. Ethical Philosophy 69 2. Social Philosophy 82 3. The Nature of Knowledge. The Theor...

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Outlines of Physiological Chemistry

By: Charles Henry Ralfe
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The Mastery of Change : Choosing Mental and Emotional Wellness

By: Sean O'Donoghue Morgan; Tracy Phillips, Editor
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Outline of Physiological Chemistry

By: Charles Henry Ralfe
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Notes of Demonstrations on Physiological Chemistry

By: Samuel William Moore
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Laboratory Work in Physiological Chemistry

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Laboratory Work in Physiological Chemistry

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A Laboratory Manual of Physiological Chemistry

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CONFERENCE ON ELEMENTARY BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS AND ON BIOGENESIS

By: NON
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A Laboratory Handbook of Urine Analysis and Physiological Chemistry

By: Charles George Lewis Wolf
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A Laboratory Handbook of Urine Analysis and Physiological Chemistry

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The Quest for Certainty : A Study of the Relation of Knowledge and Action :

By: Dewey, John.

...AND IVES COMPANY. NEW YORK CONTENTS CHAPTER PAGE I ESCAPE FROM PERIL 3 ii PHILOSOPHY'S SEARCH FOR THE IMMU- TABLE 26 III CONFLICT OF AUTHORITIES ....... ...? What has been in particular the effect upon the conception and course of philosophy? What forces are atwork to break down the division? What would t... ... know- ing would be required, and what change in the idea of the office of philosophy would be demanded? What modifications would ensue in the discipl... ...n which the division of the ordinary and extraor- dinary was domesticated. Philosophy reflected upon it and gave it a rational formulation and justifi... ... belonging to such things in comparison with the extraordinary and divine. Philosophy inherited the realm with which religion had been concerned. Its ... ...nd nearer the divine than those spent in toil. The change from religion to philosophy was so great in form that their identity as to content is easily... ...s system which later generations have called meta- physics he called First Philosophy. It is possible to quote from him sentences descriptive of "Firs... ...ilosophy. It is possible to quote from him sentences descriptive of "First Philosophy" which make it seem that the philosophic enterprise is a coldly ... ...own mind, it is clear that the comprehensiveness and universality of first philosophy are not of a strictly analytic sort. They mark a distinction wit...

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Programm und Forschungsmethoden der Entwickelungsmechanik der Organismen

By: Roux, Wilhelm, 1850-1924

Organism (Philosophy) ; Hertwig, Oscar, 1849-1922 ; Biology -- Philosophy

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