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Aristotle, as a philosopher, is in many ways very different from all his predecessors. He is the first to write like a professor: ...
Let us say, then, that both the realist and the antirealist accept the results of scientific investigations as "true," on a par wi ...
Science is the knowledge of many, orderly and methodically
digested and arranged, so as to become attainable by one. The
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The whole of natural theology ... resolves itself into one simple, though somewhat ambiguous proposition, That the cause or causes ...
A person, seasoned with a just sense of the imperfections of natural reason, will fly to revealed truth with the greatest avidity: ...
There is an universal tendency among mankind to conceive all beings like themselves, and to transfer to every object, those qualit ...
Certainly the philosopher of 'possible worlds' must take care that his technical apparatus not push him to ask questions whose mea ...
Thus I believe that without doing violence to the ancient doctrine of the Chinese, one can say that the Li has been brought by the ...
Let us not underrate the value of a fact; it will one day flower in a truth. It is astonishing how few facts of importance are add ...
Logic recognizes a principal division in class names, according as these are the names of objects which agree with each other and ...
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