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Plato's was essentially a dualistic theory. To him, the divine ideas, the universals, the general qualities, the genera, were the ...
It is difficult to distinguish deduction from what in other circumstances is called problem-solving. And concept learning, inferen ...
The very hope of experimental philosophy, its expectation of constructing the sciences into a true philosophy of nature, is based ...
An attitude of philosophic doubt, of suspended judgment, is repugnant to the natural man. Belief is an independent joy to him.
According to the technical language of old writers, a thing and its qualities are described as subject and attributes; and thus a ...
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