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What Is Living and What Is Dead of the Philosophy of Hegel

By: Benedetto Ainslie

... 193 H46zc 65-03011 Croce What is living and what is dead of the philosophy of Hegel 193 H46zc 65-03011 Cioce What is living and what is d... ...phy of Hegel 193 H46zc 65-03011 Cioce What is living and what is dead of the philosophy of Hegel ' AU'S 1965 4 i. By BENEDETTO CROCE /ESTHETIC A... ...N AND GENERAL LINGUISTIC. Translated by DOUGLAS AINSLIE, B.A. 8vo, xos. net, PHILOSOPHY OF THE PRACTICAL ECO NOMIC AND ETHIC. Translated by DOUGLAS AI... ...net. LONDON: MACMILLAN AND CO,, LTD. WHAT IS LIVING AND WHAT IS DEAD OF THE PHILOSOPHY OF HEGEL MACMILLAN AND CO., LIMITED LONDON BOMBAY CALCUTTA ME... ...ACMILLAN CO. OF CANADA, LTD. TORONTO WHAT IS LIVING AND WHAT IS DEAD OF THE PHILOSOPHY OF HEGEL BY BENEDETTO ROCE TRANSLATED FROM THE ORIGINAL TEXT O... ...dental " things-in-themselves." I used "gnoseology" in my translation of the Philosophy of the Practical instead of the para phrase "theory of knowled... ...cepting an analogous, but not identical, term such as Epistemology. When vi PHILOSOPHY OF HEGEL neologisms cover a new thought or facilitate, by abbr... ...e words used as paraphrase the already sufficiently subtle qualifications of philosophy. AUTHOR'S NOTE THE study, What is living and what is dead of ... ...philosophy. AUTHOR'S NOTE THE study, What is living and what is dead of the Philosophy of Hegel, was published in 1906 (Bari, Laterza), and contained...

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Waves of Sound and Speech as Revealed by the Phonograph

By: John Gray Mckendrick
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Truths Men Live by a Philosophy of Religion and Life

By: John A. O'Brien

... Public Library Kansas City, Mo. FEB i 1960 TRUTHS MEN LIVE BY A Philosophy o] Religion and Life 7, Lord, 'went wandering like a strayed s... ...st to be a world teeming with marvel and with mystery. TRUTHS MEN LIV'%BY A Philosophy of Religion and Lip BY JOHN A. CTBRIEN, Ph.D., LL.D. THE UNIVE... ...d and in the spiritual nature of man with the findings of modern science and philosophy. His book will thus give new strength to multitudes of men and... ... is here a welcome light that can lead the humble seeker toward a satisfying philosophy of life. ARTHUR H. COMPTON Chancellor of Washington University... ...to answer these questions in the light of the findings of modern research in philosophy, history, scripture, and science. For that purpose the finding... ... which both sets of truth are known. The truths of science and the truths of philosophy can no more contradict the truths of religion than can God con... ...ty years of study and research in the crucial and all-important field of the philosophy of religion. The work will pjove a source of help and inspirat... ...f order and law in nature. This is commonly called the proof from design. In philosophy, it isknown as the teleological ar- gument, that is, the argum... ... non-material and non-spatial, but acting 'into' space, so to speak." In the philosophy of Henri Bergson, it becomes the evolution creatrice, while Ro...

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Systematic Psychology Prolegomena

By: Titchener, Edward Bradford, 1867-1927

...a catholic the- ologian. In 1867 he published an outline of the history of philosophy within the mediaeval church which sets forth, as clearly and sha... .... 2 Early and late, however, his intellectual interest has centered in the philosophy of Aristotle. He came to psychology by way of an intensive study... ...ho has devoted his 'hours of solitary reflection' to ancient and mediaeval philosophy; we see, on the other hand, a man who has wrought out in the lab... ... the latest-born of the experimental sciences. They are both professors of philosophy, and they are both to range widely, in the future, over the vari... ...t>k. vi, ch. iv (ii, 1856, 429) ; An Examination of Sir William Hamilton's Philosophy, 1865, 286 f. ; note in J. Mill, Analysis of the Phenomena of th... ...ve paid the penalty of this neglect in inadequate psychology and untenable philosophy. 35 We need not here trace the doctrine of attention further; we... ...he evidently has in mind a compartmental classification. R. Flint remarks (Philosophy as Scientia Scientiarum and a History of the Classification of t... ...he chapter on experience in W. Thomson and P. G. Tait, Treatise on Natural Philosophy, i., pt. i., 1879; various passages in Wundt's Methodenlehre: Lo... ...come what we know it to be, a social institution like art and religion and philosophy, something must be done to the facts. Immediate 'acquaintance wi...

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Symbolic Logic and Its Applications

By: John Venn
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Studies in Deductive Logic; A Manual for Students

By: William Stanley Jevons, 1835-1882
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A Faith That Enquires

By: Jones, Henry, Sir 1852-1922

...he office vacated by a very great teacher, one of the great- est teachers of philosophy given to the world in modern times. The burden of the trust wa... ...fer to it because it is being revived more or less by some recent writers on philosophy. Lotze in his Preface to his MicrocosTHUs says: "If the object... ...the fact that it is more is a ruinous error. However much modern science and philosophy may insist on the continuity of that which is real, and deny a... ...dvancing steadily in the com- pass and in the security of their results. But philosophy is always turning back upon its own footsteps, and quite right... ...f-sufficient, self-determining and self-explanatory, till we ar- rive at the philosophy which is true, and a religion which has valid worth. LECTURE ... ...At present there are two main witnesses to this wholeness of reality, namely Philosophy and Religion. They are not, they cannot for a moment afford to... ... free, blossoms into the spir- itual like the tree into flower. Religion and philosophy and science also have yet to learn more fully that all which c... ...d of enquiry; and so long as the sciences treat facts as merely natural, and philosophy and religion do not follow out "the application" of their prin... ...r words (from opposite directions, in a sense), both natural science and the philosophy of religion must extend their claims. Neither can find rest in...

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The Development of English Thought, A Study in the Economic Interpretation of History

By: Patten, Simon N. (Simon Nelson), 1852-1922

... Locke was in reality an economist on the upward curve from observa- tion to philosophy (157-169). He was a Puritan plus the ideal of comfort (160). H... ... philosophy (157-169). He was a Puritan plus the ideal of comfort (160). His philosophy begins with the idea that there are " things in their own natu... ... and regarding the world as a place for trial and tribulation (286-287). The philosophy of the Utopists and the utilitarians was masculine, making hum... ...cial progress (292-294). By increasing the definiteness of the popular bread philosophy, the economic utilitarians succeeded in convincing men intelle... ...osition of the economists was strength- ened by the acceptance of the "bread philosophy," by the doctrine that an increase of the food supply required... ...rdo's ideas by Benthain and James Mill led to the creation of a new economic philosophy, for which Ricardo furnished the practical programme (310-311)... ...r which Ricardo furnished the practical programme (310-311). 5. The Economic Philosophy, pp. 311-318. The general acceptance of the Newtonian principl... ...e with urban indus- trial conditions (313). The creation of the new economic philosophy through a combination of the ideas of Bentham and Ricardo was ... ... the mental attitude of a pure pain economy, characteristic of the primitive philosophy of earlier days (315-316). As a radical and a democrat, his ha...

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Educational Psychology

By: Starch, Daniel, 1883

...changes may be brought about? The first problem is primarily a problem for philosophy and sociology. What changes are ultimately to be made depends up... ...mar, or the study of physics or Latin be able to produce the training that philosophy and sociology dictate? This problem is partly sociological and p... ...p and song, friendship and love, nature, travel and adventure, science and philosophy; with the 678 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Ages FIG. 6. The number of... ...sion gained of the large part playedby it leads one almost to a fatalistic philosophy. One is almost inclined to believe that persons become what they... ... few other types of difficult reading, as for example, certain branches of philosophy and the speculative and theoretical aspects of the sciences. Pro... ...g clearly. "I am absolutely sure that Latin and Greek, higher mathematics, philosophy, the critical study of the literatures of different nations (and... ...rndike ('15). Esti- mates obtained from 100 teachers are summarized thus: "Philosophy (for freshmen) 8; English composition, 10; German, Chemistry and... ...tages receiving the various grades. TOTAL No. TEACHERS A B C F OF STUDENTS Philosophy 55 33 10 2 623 Latin 1 52 42 6 o 130 Sociology 52 30 13 5 958 Ma... ...ychological Norms in Men and Women. University of Chicago Contributions to Philosophy, IV, No. i. Thorndike, E. L.: 1900. Mental Fatigue, Psychologica...

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Employment Psychology

By: Link, Henry Charles, 1889-1952

...fic departments. (Until recently psychology has been considered a phase of philosophy.) Now, the educa- tion given by academic and liberal arts school... ...ity in certain general topics of economics, sociology, English literature, philosophy, psychology, and so forth. Chemistry, physics, and mathematics a...

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