World Library  

Search Results (470 titles)

Searched over 21.6 Million titles in 10.27 seconds

Federated Media Type
 
Philosophy (X) 1871 (X) Biology (X)

       
1
|
2
|
3
|
4
|
5
Records: 21 - 40 of 470 - Pages: 
  • Cover Image

Religio Doctoris : Meditations Upon Life and Thought

By: Sanders, Frederic William, 1864-1919

...ress, Boston, U. S. A. TO CHARLES WILLIAM ELIOT, LL. D. THE LAYMAN IN RELIGION AND IN PHILOSOPHY whose election to the presidency of Harvard College ... ... my student and friend, a man of culture, personal charm, and with special training in philosophy, lived for some time hi the expectation of speedy de... ...DUCTION BY G. STANLEY HALL. I A REVEBY WHEREIN THE FOLLOWING ESSAYS ARE CONCEIVED 9 II PHILOSOPHY AND EVERYDAY LIFE 13 III THE NATURE OF EXPLANATION A... ... Almighty Personal Creator and Ruler of the Universe, who loves us as his children. n PHILOSOPHY AND EVERYDAY LIFE As a man thinketh, so is he PROVER... ...nt, again, a still different classification of the tilings mentioned above would have PHILOSOPHY AND EVERYDAY LIFE 15 to be made, a classification th... ...titheses; a disposi- tion that has found theoretical expression in the widely accepted philosophy of Kant, and that also showed itself in the manner i... ...in water-tight compartments of his brain, when he realized that, if his religious and PHILOSOPHY AND EVERYDAY LIFE 17 his scientific ideas were both ... ...nd vague assump- tions as to the utter separateness of different "worlds of thought"? PHILOSOPHY AND EVERYDAY LIFE 19 Thus it happens that today, aft... ... We speak fluently of science and of com- merce, of art and of nature, of the field of philosophy and the field of industrial activity; and within the...

Read More
  • Cover Image

A Physiological Introduction to the Study of Philosophy

By: Franz, Shepherd Ivory, 1874-1933

...LER, American Mus. Nat. Hist. A PHYSIOLOGICAL INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF PHILOSOPHY by BY DR. SHEPHERD IVORY FRANZ Government Hospitalfor the Insane... ...I » • 1 i4;4ii()2 IN V :5 53 A PHYSIOLOGICAL INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF PHILOSOPHY.! BY DR. SHEPHERD IVORY FRANZ, Govertiment Hospitalfor the Insan... ...the contents of the book were given in the form of lectures to students of philosophy in the university in accordance with a general plan of having sp... ...plan of having specialists in the sciences and in other subjects allied to philosophy lecture on theirown subjects to the students of philosophy and p... ... of the value of these subjects to students of the more inclusive subject, philosophy. Professor Grasset's book is not intended to be exhaustive in it... ...treatment of the nervous system, but it is intended to give to students of philosophy and psychology facts and principles that may be of value to them... ...hysiologists would have us believe. Psychology is in close connection with philosophy, and it may be necessary to hold certain philosophical opinions ... ...ducation. How unlike the usual or ordinary antagonism of scientists toward philosophy is the latter statement ! When we consider the body and its part... ...tional unities are the important differentiating elements, PHYSIOLOGY AND PHILOSOPHY. 215 and it may be said that the individuality of an apparatus d...

Philosophy

Read More
  • Cover Image

Some Problems of Existence

By: Pearson, Norman

...ifferent in many cases widely different answers have been given to them by philosophy, theology, and science, and the attempt to reconcile the con fli... ... some extent at any rate, their respective jurisdictions limit each other. Philosophy is the expression of thought, theology of the religious instinct... ...ccordingly, I have here attempted to sketch the outlines of a theory which philosophy and religion may be able to accept, and science need not reject,... ...er of nature, and an immortal career for man, which religion proclaims and philosophy need not deny, and accept also the belief in that inviolate orde... ...idity of a belief which cannot be reduced to scientific demonstration. But philosophy 4 SOME PROBLEMS OF EXISTENCE and religion are also entitled to ... ...e, for under it alone is there any possibility of adjusting the demands of philosophy and religion to the doctrines of science. Assuming, then, as we ... ...ve. Traces of a belief in the continuity of animal existence appear in the philosophy of Heraclitus. Empedocles and the Pythagoreans held the generic ... ...eigh unduly with ordinary folk, who do not concern themselves greatly with philosophy, but who naturally shrink from a theory which they are told stri... ...ecessity " (Note by Sir William Hamilton on lieid, Mill on Hamilton s Philosophy p. 4D8). 92 SOME PROBLEMS OF EXISTENCE its hidden nature or con...

Read More
  • Cover Image

Practical Physiological Philosophy

By: John Chaplin Nottingham
Read More
  • Cover Image

On Some of Life's Ideals : On a Certain Blindness in Human Beings : What Makes a Life Significant

By: James, William, 1842-1910

...udies. $1.75 net. New York : Longmans, Green, & Co. 1911. Some Problems in Philosophy. $1.25 net. New York: Longmans, Green, & Co. 1911. Essays inRadi... ...\nown that, thou hast begun to know thy duty." 1 1 The Religious Aspect of Philosophy, pp. 157-162 (abridged). 20 ON A CERTAIN BLINDNESS This higher ... ...cuss the rest of it with you in a more impersonal way. Tolstoi's levelling philosophy began long before he had the crisis of melancholy com- memorated... ...ody, hewing wood and drawing water, just to keep himself alive ? Tolstoi's philosophy, deeply enlightening though it certainly is, remains a false abs...

Read More
  • Cover Image

On Life (1888)

By: Tolstoy, Leo, Graf, 1828-1910

...brutalising influence that the false science has had. But false scientific philosophy does not thus regard its object. " Matter, force, life, we study... ...bsurdity of human life in the present day. The argument of the pessimistic philosophy and of the greater number of those who commit suicide is as foll... ...y think, a view of life elaborated by the material- istic science, and the philosophy of our time ; con- temporary science and philosophy have only ca... ...bi'oad. He has surveyed the entire sphere of our modern activities, faith, philosophy, the theory and practice of art, and, above all, the social and ... ... and absorbed. [Abbreviated from an article by Mr. H. W. Massihgham, " The Philosophy of a Saint," in The Contemporary Review, December 1900, by kind ...

Read More
  • Cover Image

Life's Basis and Life's Ideal, The Fundamentals of a New Philosophy of Life

By: Widgery, Alban Gregory, 1887
Read More
  • Cover Image

Life's Basis and Life's Ideal, The Fundamentals of a New Philosophy of Life

By: Widgery, Alban Gregory, 1887
Read More
  • Cover Image

Knowledge and Life

By: Eucken, Rudolf Christof, 1846-1926; Jones, William Tudor, 1865-1946,

...tus en Application. KNOWLEDGE AND LIFE BY RUDOLF EUCKEN SENIOR PROFESSOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN THE UNIVERSITY OF JENA \ AWARDED NOBEL PRIZE 1908; AUTHOR O... ...TUDOR JONES, D.PHIL. (JENA) AUTHOR OF " AN INTERPRETATION OF RUDOLF EUCKEN's PHILOSOPHY," ETC. LONDON WILLIAMS & NORGATE 14 HENRIETTA STREET, COVENT G... ...ofessor Eucken shows the insufficiency of natural science and of much of the philosophy that is in vogue to-day to accomplish such a revolution within... ...ardly any affinity with life ? Yet this is what is being done by much of the philosophy of our day. The solution of the problem of life is urgent and ... ...TICAL PART II THE LIMITS OF SCIENCE . . . .19 III THE FAILURE OF SPECULATIVE PHILOSOPHY 29 (a) THE TRANSITION TO THE PROBLEM OF LIFE 54 IV MODERN CONC... ...HE MAIN THESIS . 200 (a) CONSEQUENCES OF THE MAIN THESIS ON THE SITUATION OF PHILOSOPHY . 200 (b) CONSEQUENCES OF THE MAIN THESIS ON THE WORK OF KNOWL... ...me impossible. The scientific research concerning History and the History of Philosophy differentiates the two provinces more and more sharply. All at... ...iences for a Theory of Science. But such a Theory of Science is by nomeans a Philosophy : mere notifications with regard to the provinces of the scien... ... reality from a false mode of thinking which becomes possible only by mixing Philosophy with Science and especially with Natural Science. To-day it is...

Read More
  • Cover Image

Knowledge and Life

By: Eucken, Rudolf Christof, 1846-1926; Jones, William Tudor, 1865-1946,

... KNOWLEDGE AND LIFE KNOWLEDGE AND LIFE BY RUDOLF EUCKEN SBNIOR PROFESSOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN THE UNIVERSITY OF JHNA ; AWARI HD NOBEL PRIZB 1908; AUTHOR ... ... TUDOR JONES, D.Phil. (Jena) AUTHOR OF "an LNTBRPRETATION OF RUDOLF EUCKEn'S PHILOSOPHY," ETC. NEW YORK G. P. PUTNAM'S SONS 1914 TRANSLATOR'S PREFACE... ...ofessor Eucken shows the insufficiency of natural science and of much of the philosophy that is in vogue to-day to accomplish such a revolution within... ...ardly any affinity with life ? Yet this is what is being done by much of the philosophy of our day. The solution of the problem of life is urgent and ... ... I. CRITICAL PART II The Limits of Science 19 JIT The Failure of Speculative Philosophy 29 (a) The Transition to the Problem of Life ...... 54 IV iMoD... ...he Main Thesis . 200 (a) Consequences of the Main Thesis on THE Situation of Philosophy . 200 (b) Consequences of the Main Thesis on THE Work of Knowl... ...me impossible. The scientific research concerning History and the History of Philosophy differentiates the two provinces more and more sharply. All at... ...iences for a Theory of Science. But such a Theory of Science is by nomeans a Philosophy : mere notifications with regard to the provinces of the scien... ...eality — from a false mode of thinking which becomes possible only by mixing Philosophy with Science and especially with Natural Science. To-day it is...

Read More
  • Cover Image

John Barleycorn (1918)

By: Jack London

...r played in the wide joy-fields of art, nor climbed the star-cool heights of philosophy, nor smi with my eyes more than a pin-point's surface of tin* ... ... I didn't care over- weeningly for it for personal gratification ; and in my philosophy I completed the circle, finding my- self as equable with the l... ...I joined the socialist local, where we studied and orated political economy, philosophy, and politics. I kept half-a-dozen membership cards working in... ...nts, and John Barleycorn rode with me. Amid dissertations on mathematics and philosophy and spoxitings and quotations, I sang all the old songs learne...

Read More
  • Cover Image

The Ideal Life

By: Mosby, Ella F
Read More
  • Cover Image

Is Life Worth Living

By: James, William, 1842-1910

...evoted for good or ill to the reflective life. Many of you are students of philosophy, and have already felt in your own persons the scep- ticism and ...

Read More
  • Cover Image

Evolution of Mind : Speech at a Meeting of the Mainland Teachers' Institute, Held at Vancouver, January 6Th, 1896

By: Baker, James, 1830-1906
Read More
  • Cover Image

Die Mechanistischen Grundgesetze des Lebens

By: Cohen Kysper, Adolf, 1863
Read More
  • Cover Image

Das Problem des Lebens; Biologische Studien

By: Hartmann, Eduard Von, 1842-1906
Read More
  • Cover Image

The Beginnings of Life: Being Some Account of the Nature, Modes of Origin and Transformation of Lower Organisms : Volume 1

By: Bastian, H. Charlton

...rce of much wonder that those who had already heartily adopted the Evolution philosophy could even in the face of facts long ago known stop short of a... ... be sufficient to overthrow the very first principles of their own Evolution philosophy. Again, may we not see at the present day all those minute sha... ... of Heat,' 1869, p. 163. 2 'On the Ultimate Principles of Chemistry, Natural Philosophy, and Physiology.' 10 THE BEGINNINGS OF LIFE. the recently pub... ...s some time in advance of those whose lives were entirely devoted to Natural Philosophy. It was the accident of bleeding a feverish patient at Java, i... ... especially, we have the presence 1 Schwegler's ' Handbook of the History of Philosophy,' translated by Stirling, p. 28. 58 THE BEGINNINGS OF LIFE. o... ...Y., ANATOMY and MEDICAL WORKS . generally ; and of WORKS in MENTAL and MORAL PHILOSOPHY and Allied Subjects. MATHEMATICS. Airy. Works by G. B. AIRY, A... ... 8vo. cloth. 6s. 6<t. In order to spare astronomers and observers in natural philosophy the confusion and loss of time which are produced by referring... .... THE ELEMENTS OF MOLECULAR MECHA- NICS. By JOSEPH BAYMA, S.J., Professor of Philosophy, Stony hurst College. Demy 8vo. cloth. los. 6d. Of the twelve ... ...Archdeacon of Calcutta, Author of "The Mathematical Principles of Mechanical Philosophy. " Fourth Edition. Crown 8vo. cloth. 6s. 6d. The author's chie...

Read More
  • Cover Image

The Beginnings of Life: Being Some Account of the Nature, Modes of Origin and Transformation of Lower Organisms : Volume 2

By: Bastian, H. Charlton

...ke a relic of the old, rather than a fitting appanage of the new Evolu- tion philosophy 2. On the other hand, Mr. Spencer's totally different hypothes... ...epared at the same time to deny one of the first principles of the Evolution philosophy, by which we are taught that a homogeneous aggregate must inev... ...bility to this particular case, one of the first principles of the Evolution philosophy. A belief in the present and continual occurrence of Archebios... ...cing an actual belief of his time when, in his exposition of the Pythagorean philosophy, he wrote : — ' Si qua fides rebus tamen est adhibenda probati... ...ust quoted, is a strange mixture of Platonic, Leibnitzian, and materialistic philosophy. His ^ moule interieur ' is represented as an actual power, co... ...cussions concerning the existence and distribution of ^ Germs.' He says that philosophy being unable, in accordance with known laws, to ex- plain the ... ...nce in the minds of those who have studied Mr. Herbert Spencer's ' System of Philosophy,' it is still occasionally used in its old sense. (See Prof. O... ...tave off for a period the acceptance of views which the state of science and philosophy at that time rendered it diffi- cult for them to accept. Spall... ...in each individual monad, be, as it were, read.* — (' Schwegler's History of Philosophy,' translated by Stirling, p. 196.) THE BEGINNINGS OF LIFE. 27...

Read More
  • Cover Image

Programm und Forschungsmethoden der Entwickelungsmechanik der Organismen

By: Roux, Wilhelm, 1850-1924
Read More
  • Cover Image

Parallel paths; a study in biology, ethics, and art

By: Rolleston, T. W. (Thomas William), 1857-1920
Read More
       
1
|
2
|
3
|
4
|
5
Records: 21 - 40 of 470 - Pages: 
 
 





Copyright © World Library Foundation. All rights reserved. eBooks from World eBook Library are sponsored by the World Library Foundation,
a 501c(4) Member's Support Non-Profit Organization, and is NOT affiliated with any governmental agency or department.