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|Christianity is a philosophy of principles rather than of rules, and so is fitted for |
universal extension and acceptance. — Try on Edwards. Real philosophy seeks
rather to solve than to deny. While we hear, every day, the small pretenders to ...
|PHILOSOPHICAL PAPERS Rota, Gian-Carlo 1932–99 Italian-born American |
mathematician The snobbish ... 1864 Bulwer Lytton, Edward 1831–91 English
statesman and poet Real philosophy seeks rather to solve than to deny. While we
|Brooks, Mel Real philosophy seeks rather to solve than to deny. - Bulwer-Lytton, |
Edward G. One may summon his philosophy when they are beaten in battle, not
till then. - Burroughs, John All philosophies, if you ride them home, are nonsense,
|Real philosophy seeks rather to solve than to deny. While we hear, every day, the |
small pretenders to science talk of the absurdities of Alchemy and the dream of
the Philosopher's von. 1. I Stone, a more erudite knowledge is aware that by ...
|Bulwer-Lytton, Edward G. Real philosophy seeks rather to solve than to deny. - |
Bulwer-Lytton, Edward G. A life of pleasure makes even the strongest mind
frivolous at last. - Bulwer-Lytton, Edward G. Power is so characteristically calm,
|"Real philosophy seeks rather to solve than to deny. While we hear, everyday, |
the small pretenders to science talk of the absurdities of Alchemy and the dream
of the Philosopher's Stone, a more erudite knowledge is aware that by Alchemists
|than. those. that. are. Boethius died relatively young on account of being |
executed by the Gothic King, Theodoric. ... Boethius, facedwith execution, seeks
to find solace for his misfortunes. ... Boethius'solution is Aristotelian inessence,
conceiving the divine providenceas rather like a spectator ofthe Universe
ratherthan an intervening agent. Ineffect,this amounts toa denial of God asan
|Hence when philosophy formulates universals, it seeks refugee in the pre-|
philosophical or in [W]hen the philosopher says 'I think therefore I ... will be
implicitly understood, and that no one can deny that to doubt is to think and to
think is to be . ... Philosophy is a self-positing system: the problems it creates are
not looking for 'real-life' answers, as the 'solution' of a ... Philosophical problems
take the side of 'non-being' (Deleuze, 1994) or 'extra-being' (Deleuze, 1990)
rather than 'being'.
|Poetry has a wider range of responses than those open to philosophy, mixing |
tones, changing mood and mode, shifting from the ... Poetry can record that
struggle without settling it, and this alone may give it an advantage over
philosophy, which seeks conclusive solution. ... To emphasize the skepticism
eighteenth-century readers felt in the poem, rather than the affirmation of order
now ... Like Bayle, Pope denied that we can understand the order of the universe,
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|The real argument against continuing metaphysical discussion, in his view, is that |
experience shows that it doesn't pay off; ... creating "new vocabularies" rather
than just seeking relations of similarity and succession among observable facts.
But like Comte, he denies that we can penetrate to the ultimate nature of things;
or rather (and here too Comte would have ... rest his case (for "postmodernism,"
however, rather than "positivism") on a mere induction from the history of
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