The Journal of Philosophy, Psychology and Scientific Methods

Science Press, 1910

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Seite 131 - I am borne darkly, fearfully, afar; Whilst burning through the inmost veil of Heaven, The soul of Adonais, like a star, Beacons from the abode where the Eternal are.
Seite 417 - “It is therefore the actual receiving of ideas from without that gives us notice of the existence of other things, and makes us know that something doth exist at that time without us, which causes that idea in us, though perhaps we neither know nor consider how it does it;
Seite 553 - Ambition, avarice, selflove, vanity, friendship, generosity, public spirit: these passions, mixed in various degrees, and distributed through society, have been, from the beginning of the world, and still are, the source of all the actions and enterprises which have ever been observed among mankind.”
Seite 738 - dissertation submitted to the faculty of the graduate school of Arts and Literature in candidacy for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Seite 651 - “rested on the assumption of the superiority of the fixed and final; they rested upon treating change and origin as signs of defect and unreality. In laying hands upon the sacred ark of absolute permanency, in treating the forms that had been regarded as types of fixity and perfection as originating and passing away, the ‘Origin of Species'
Seite 11 - am thinking of Mr. Bradley in particular. For him the absolute is a means of dispensing altogether with relations, and hence is not argued from the necessity of a consciousness that shall supply relations. Mr. Bradley's idealism (“We perceive, on reflection, that to be real, or even barely to exist, must be to fall within sentience.” “Appearance and Reality,”

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