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Cours Élémentaire De Philosophie À L'Usage Des Établissements D'Éducation : Comprenant L'Histoire De La Philosophie

By: Barbe, Eustache, Abbé
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Histoire De La Philosophie Européene

By: Weber, Alfred, 1835-1914
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Di Filosofye : Os Zi Iz Un I Zi Ho Zikh Entiel : Araynfihr in Dos Shudium Fun Filosofishe Problemen : Di Geshikhlikhe Entikelung Fun'M Filosofishen Geden

By: Zhitlowsky, Chaim, 1865-1943

Description: Added title: Philosophy, its history and development

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What is Philosophy?

By: Holmes, Edmund Gore Alexander, 1850-1936;

What is Philosophy? by Holmes, Edmund Gore Alexander, 1850-1936; published by London : John Lane, the Bodley Head

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Histoire De La Philosophie, Vol. 3

By: Gonzalez, Zephirin, Cardinal
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Histoire De La Philosophie, Vol. 2

By: Gonzalez, Zephirin, Cardinal
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Histoire De La Philosophie, Vol. 1

By: Gonzalez, Zephirin, Cardinal
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Histoire De La Philosophie, Vol. 4

By: Gonzalez, Zephirin, Cardinal
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Histoire De La Philosophie Chrétienne, Vol. 2

By: Ritter, Heinrich, 1791-1869
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Histoire De La Philosophie

By: Robert, Arthur, 1876-
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What is Philosophy? : Embodiment, Signification, Ideality

By: O'Neill Surber, Jere, Author;

What is Philosophy? : Embodiment, Signification, Ideality by O'Neill Surber, Jere, Author; published by

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Œuvres Complètes D'Helvétius

By: Helvétius, 1715-1771; Saint-Lambert, Jean-François De, 1716-1803; Helvétius, 1715-1771; Saint-Lambert, Jean-François De, 1716-1803; Helvétius, 1715-1771; Saint-Lambert, Jean-François De, 1716-1803;
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Histoire De La Philosophie Médiévale : Précédée D'Un Aperçu Sur La Philosophie Ancienne

By: Wulf, M. De (Maurice), 1867-1947
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The Logia in Ancient and Recent Literature

By: Donovan, John, 1861-1933

..., or both Testaments. The caricature is that medley of Christianity, pagan philosophy, and Gnostic fiction, set forth in the gems stolen from Bible or...

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On Prophesying Dreams

By: Aristotle; Philosopher of Greece
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Philadelphia 1726-1757

By: Benjamin Franklin

...hink of more Consequence._ Sometimes, I propose to deliver Lectures of Morality or Philosophy, and (because I am naturally enclin'd to be meddling wit... ...y. _S._ Will not the Knowledge of the Mathematicks, Astronomy, and Natural Philosophy, those sublime Sciences, give a Right to the Character o... ...s, Globes, some mathematical Instruments, and Apparatus for Experiments in Natural Philosophy, and for Mechanics; Prints, of all Kinds, Prospects, Bui... ... to explain them, to let them be (* 26) copied, and to give Lectures in Mechanical Philosophy. With the whole should be constantly inculcated ... ...ned and acute People; tho' it be past Doubt, that they borrowed their Learning and Philosophy from abroad. "I am not here speaking against _Gr... ...heir Emulation." (* 23) _Rollin_, _Vol._ 4. _p._ 211. speaking of _Natural Philosophy_, says, "That much of it falls within the Capacity of al... ...him by Nature to Religion." _Milton_ also recommends the Study of _Natural Philosophy_ to Youth, _Educ. p._ 380. "In this, says he, they may p... ...nuing the Studies of the preceding, in History, Rhetoric, Logic, Moral and Natural Philosophy, the best _English_ Authors may be read and explain'd; a... ...oon of each Day, in the same Room Mr. _Dove_ lately used for his Course of Natural Philosophy. _Note_, the Experiments succeed best when the A...

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Parmenides

By: Plato

...racter of Antiphon, the half brother of Plato, who had once been inclined to philosophy , but has now shown the hereditary disposition for horses, is ... ...ters have regarded the Parmenides as a ‘reductio ad absurdum’ of the Eleatic philosophy. But would Plato have been likely to place this in the mouth o... ...ich we must arrive is that the Parmenides is not a refutation of the Eleatic philosophy . Nor would such an explanation afford any satisfactory connex... ...stotle; they are the objections which naturally occur to a modern student of philosophy . Many persons will be surprised to find Plato criticizing the... ...) The full discussion of this subject involves a comprehensive survey of the philosophy of Plato, which would be out of place here. But, without digre... ... the birth place of Anaxagoras, a citizen of no mean city in the history of philosophy , who is the narrator of the dialogue, describes himself as me... ...ou ask?’ ‘Let me introduce to you some countrymen of mine, who are lovers of philosophy; they have heard that Antiphon remembers a conversation of Soc... ...ts have another direction: he takes after his grandfather , and has given up philosophy for horses.’ ‘ We went to look for him, and found him giv ing... ...what becomes of the mind? and where are the reasoning and reflecting powers? philosophy is at an end.’ ‘I certainly do not see my way .’ ‘I think,’ sa...

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On Interpretation

By: Aristotle; Philosopher of Greece
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St Statesman

By: Plato

...d, not with the original Sophist, but with the soph- istry of the schools of philosophy , which are mak- ing reasoning impossible; and is driven by th... ...onscious of the realities of human life. Yet the ideal glory of the Platonic philosophy is not 4 Statesman extinguished. He is still looking for a ci... ...er but with the animals, they had em- ployed these advantages with a view to philosophy , gathering from every nature some addition to their store of ... ...re was little or nothing in the space between them. Thus there is a basis of philosophy , on which the improb- abilities of the tale may be said to re... ...nform exactly to the same pattern. We do not find perfect consistency in his philosophy; and still less have we any right to demand this of him in his... ...cally termed by Glaucon in the Repub- lic, and the higher life of reason and philosophy. But as no one can determine the state of man in the world bef... ...im in the previous dialogues, but nowhere has the spirit of modern inductive philosophy been more hap- pily indicated than in the words of the Statesm... ...n, but with the brute creation, had used all these advantages with a view to philosophy , conversing with the brutes as well as with one another, and ...

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On Sense and the Sensible

By: Aristotle; Philosopher of Greece
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