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|Feuerbach, Ludwig If I wished to punish a province, I would have it governed by |
philosophers. - Frederick The Great, (Frederick II) Philosophy goes no further
than ... The philosopher must station themselves in the middle. - Goethe, 7.
|Nietzsche, Friedrich Philosophy when superficially studied, excites doubt, when |
thoroughly explored, it dispels it. — Bacon, Francis All are ... Emerson, Ralph
Waldo The philosopher must station themselves in the middle. — Goethe,
|My Management Philosophy 1.To succeed, radio stations must rededicate |
themselves to “localism” and their involvement in every possible phase of activity
within their respective community (this applies regardless of format). Regardless
of the ...
|Latin, and also of the voluminous labors bestowed upon him — we must look |
upon this procedure as analogous to ... the other, the scholastic interpreters of
Aristotle, who had now become a necessary evil for the Christian middle ages. ...
Mostly, however, both of the philosophical knights found themselves, at the end
of the strife, at their old station in the lists, or driven back, perhaps, to their original
Jorge J. E. Gracia, Timothy B. Noone - 2008 - 768 pages
|is known as the father of “philosophy of illumination” from his major work, Hikmat |
al-ishraqi, which takes its name from the rising ... the nine “stations” (a Sufi term
for stages of proximity to God), which correspond to the cosmological emanations
. ... He who desires to know these steps must move gradually until he becomes
one of the people of witnessing and not of ... The four “recitals,” as Henry Corbin
dubs them, all concern themselves with the ascent or return of the rational soul to
|Humans must labour to produce the food they require as well as their clothing |
and shelter. ... The result, forHume, is that our relations with animals cannot
themselves be socialones, for that would presupposea degree of equality which,
as wehave seen above,failsto obtain. ... of friendship with animals tothe extent
that such relations lie principally among equals ('Of the Middle Station of Life',
|_ B a similar calculation of the altitude of the same mountain, observed from the |
station's C and D, viz. ... will be that the height is about 27,550 feet; such being
the elevation deduced from the mean of observations calculated according to
middle refraction. ' The limit of error arising from refraction must be taken at less:'
than 850 feet, ... The limits of errorin respect of the observations themselves,
whether for the distance or for the altitude, are' more confined, since the
uncertainty in the ...
John Dewey, Jo Ann Boydston, Ralph Ross - 2008 - 316 pages
|1920, Reconstruction in Philosophy and Essays John Dewey Jo Ann Boydston, |
Ralph Ross, Bridget A. Walsh ... We must attain complete economic domination
of the Far East. ... When the Japanese go into partnership with the Chinese they
manage in the greater number of cases to have the profits accrue to themselves.
... told the Reichstag, while Germany did not intend to partition China, she also
did not intend to be the passenger left behind in the station when the train started.
|A Journey Through Its Stations Norbert Fischer ... Since free will contains the |
possibility of evil, this middle good, without which the highest conceivable
perfection in the world is ... Since perfection in the world can be brought forth only
by free will, creation must thus be a foreordained arena for ... By this means
human beings can distance themselves from God or require a justification for
|The first movement was essential to the second; as the national clergies could |
not place themselves under the direction of ... for it broke up the foundations of
the monotheistic regime of the Middle Ages, by occasioning the spiritual power to
be ... of military powers whom they must regard as their spiritual inferiors ; — thus
placing each church in an oppressive state of ... but striving for his own territorial
aggrandizement, and to obtain a royal station for the long series of pontifical