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|Bohr, Niels Truth alone wounds. - Bonaparte, Napoleon Losing an illusion makes |
you wiser than finding a truth. - Borne, Ludwig Eclecticism. Every truth is so true
that any truth must be false. - Bradley, Francis H. It's essential to tell the truth at ...
Jacob Gould Schurman, James Edwin Creighton, Frank Thilly - 1918
|(System is not yet purged of negativity or nonentity). I should like to say of |
Monism what Mr. Bradley says of Eclecticism: that for it "every truth is so true that
any truth must be false." Who does not see that such a monism "inhuman,
|It confuses an act of aesthetic revulsion with moral reform. Bradley's oracle on |
eclecticism seems at first to produce more perverse nonsense than prophetic
sense. 'Every truth is so true that any truth must be false' (1930, aphorism 6).
Carol A. Dingle - 2000 - 244 pages
|Eclecticism. Every truth is so true that any truth must be false. The deadliest foe to |
virtue would be complete self-knowledge. “Adam knew Eve his wife and she
conceived.” It is a pity that this is still the only knowledge of their wives at which ...
|The force of the blow depends on the resistance. It is sometimes better not to |
struggle against temptation. Either fly or yield at once. Eclecticism. Every truth is
so true that any truth must be false. The deadliest foe to virtue would be complete
|Created half to rise, and half to fall; Great lord of all things, yet a prey to all; Sole |
judge of Truth, in endless Error hurled: ... half-truth about bird migrations, Old
Babylonian, or lunar politics may seem so true that any whole truth must be false.
|It is no longer the young man setting out upon life, and feeling that the world is his |
oyster, which by strength or skill he has to open. ... Haughton — not all-
conquering as of old, yet somehow finding his way to success and honor ; a
being not so great in ... The youth must be trained and shaped into manhood,
should the very foundations of the earth be shaken ; the ... the mother, foolish and
sim ple, yet wise as love and truth can make her, a homely, commonplace
woman, yet sacred ; the ...
|The eclectic method is an impartial one, flattering neither the prejudices or |
vanities of systematizers. ... And it is a]so true that every system may count its
cures and its victories ; for, first, all is not false in any system ; next, we know with
what ingenuity reverses are dissimulated or ... He must see it, examine every
fraction and particle, and convince himself that it is really the truth and not its
|Instead, he must somehow encompass the truth that A is B within his claim that A |
is not B. Put another way, since reality is such that it ... Second, Bradley wanted to
avoid eclecticism, where "every truth is so true that any truth must be false.
Ronald Charles MacKeith, Joseph Sandler - 1961 - 155 pages
|This should help us to direct our research attention to possible type distinctions |
which will illuminate the traffic both ways, from ... of the late Professor F. H.
Bradley on eclectic approaches — " Every truth is so true that any truth must be