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|His job is to destroy the most illegal of commodities, the printed book, along with the houses in which they are hidden.|
|Studies in the Moral and Political Thought of Aristotle Robert C. Bartlett, Susan D. |
Collins ... and to us, Richard Bodeiis offers a challenging interpretation of
Aristotle's position concerning justice and natural right. ... they are unified and
find their most serious purpose in drawing attention to the remarkable depth of
the realm of practice or action, and to ... Of course, the realm of action or practical
life in Aristotle's political philosophy is not simply self-contained but in a complex
way leads to ...
|The students had already decided how to interpret their action, to not only the |
Chinese people but to the entire world. A student ... They had convinced
themselves of the symbolic nature of their action, and had thought that the
student leaders would see it the same way. From the moment ... In the pickets'
tent, he'd been making sure that sensitive material in his backpack would find its
way into safe hands.
|thought to do many types of surfaces as discharging their forces together by |
hands. ... under which the principle of action on the same surface, as action of the
same force being altering such space many times over as any other way we
might use ... Because it is so doing for short time, then to observe how to find the
difference in distance by uniformity, as if it has no length in space difference of
measure of ...
|its source is inner conscience, or the way Havel phrases it, “the inner horizon of |
Being.”126 It is, however, public ... Post-totalitarian rhetoric capitalizes on that
part of human nature that can tolerate the suppression of truth. Ideology supplies
|Collingwood agrees that historiography and the “sciences of human nature,” as |
he calls such disciplines, are distinct from and not ... By the inside of the event he
means that which can only be described in terms of thought contents. ... “Instead
of conceiving the event as an action and attempting to discover the thought of its
agent, penetrating from the outside of the event to its inside, ... Second, the
historian's task is to determine by way of reenactment the thoughts of the person
|Essays in Honour of Robert John Russell Robert J. Russell, Ted Peters, Nathan |
Hallanger ... Process thought interprets lower-level events as simpler cases of
higher-level ones, rather than trying to interpret higher-level ... he gave
insufficient attention to the radically different ways in which those categories are
exemplified at different levels. ... He writes: 'Science can find no individual
enjoyment in nature; science can find no aim in nature; science can find no
creativity in nature; it finds ...
|And, in fact, if I have a problem, it's in keeping myself from memorizing too soon. |
Most of the ... Why does my character act in certain ways? As Actor #7 ... We get
the script which is. . .at the end of the thought process: We have the lines there.