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The Coming of Messiah in Glory and Majesty: Volume II

By: Juan Josafat Ben Ezra

...of the stars of heaven; that is, of those principal men in the church, not only political men, but ecclesiastical doctors, and religious persons, wh... ...r portion not less in size reigneth idolatry, in another heresy, and in another philosophy, and in another barbarism, &c. And in this same sense, it...

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Live an Inspiring Life

By: Wally Amos

...became tens of thousands of dollars. Americans were surprised to see two political enemies, the former presidents George Herbert Walker Bush and Bi... ...tions, industry associations, and universities with his inspiring "do it" philosophy. His fame is grounded in quality, substance, and a positive att...

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The Power in You

By: Wally Amos

...eat scientists, inventors, playwrights, sports figures, business tycoons, political leaders and all others viewed as special are no more special tha... ...t." At that meeting on my first visit to St. Elmo, we were applying that philosophy by saving the cluster of ten houses that comprised St. Elmo Vil... ...the light bulb. Enthusiasm must have been the foundation of Henry Ford's philosophy that says: "Failure is not failure but the opportunity to begin... ...nk in terms of problems because the word problem carries with it a whole philosophy of defeat. We have come to believe THE POWER IN WORDS there m...

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The Ulysseans

By: Antonio Mercurio

...he four fundamental forces that make up the history of humanity, Religion, Philosophy, Science and Art, in a single field of energy. This attempt c... ...– The I and history, both modern and ancient. The I and science, the I and philosophy, the I and religion, the I and art. The I and the West. The I a... ...ize the opus of our lives, not through alchemy or asceticism, sainthood or philosophy, but by transferring the principles of art to life itself and b... ...ther. Here is another example. Let’s take it from politics. In a while a political campaign will begin. Imagine what the life of a politician is li... ...and not just to paintings and instruments. No longer are religion, art, philosophy and science separate fields, but religion, philosophy, science... ...to create a new one, and blend together elements that pertain to religion, philosophy, science and art. Let’s take this affirmation as a basic ... ...l to millions of miserable people who didn’t have one. He fought for their political, as well as their human, dignity. Gandhi was very political b... ...re rich and powerful. - Truth that unifies and does not create religious, political, relationship or family warfare. - Truth that unifies instead ... ...geared towards obtaining and developing the freedom of others, both on the political and the spiritual levels. His freedom was always connected to ...

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Veritas Neo: The New Vision for a New Reality

By: Kee

... System. As anyone could eventually do. It's not a matter of just speaking philosophy, or revolting against the system. It's all of these things toge... ...d that when humans interact with Machine intelligences, it isn't chess or philosophy or any other sort of “higher learning” that they expect as a re... ...ny kind, such as race, color, sex, sexual orientation, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, origin, ’... ...s or because said person differs in race, color, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, property, birth, or other status, or origin; r... ...unalienable. Furthermore, no distinction shall be made on the basis of the political, jurisdictional or international status of the country or territo... ...may not be invoked in the case of prosecutions genuinely arising from non- political crimes or from acts contrary to the purposes and principles of th... ...iginal Purpose, race, sex, color, language, sexual orientation, religion, political or other opinion, property, birth, or other status. Furthermore, ...

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Cyclopedia of Philosophy

By: Sam Vaknin

...ully hand over the management of our daily lives and the setting of priorities to a political class or elite is thoroughly discredited. Politicians ... ...t closer to the right. Anarchism is an umbrella term covering disparate social and political theories - among them classic or cooperative anarchism... ...n), and communitarian anarchism (Daniel Guerin). The narrow (and familiar) form of political anarchism springs from the belief that human communiti... ...diment of said subversion. The logical outcome is to call for the overthrow of all political systems, as Michael Bakunin suggested. Governments sho... ...ssive, coercive, or bureaucratic." (Honderich, Ted, ed. - The Oxford Companion to Philosophy - Oxford University Press, New York, 1995 - p. 31) A... ...involvement in the economy in his influential and exquisitely-timed "Principles of Political Economy", published in 1848. Undaunted by mounting evi... ...ed: Natural Selection IS the vital power itself. Modern Physics is converging with Philosophy (possibly with the philosophical side of Religion as ... ...ors and, lately, by (neuronal) network metaphors. Metaphors are not confined to the philosophy of neurology. Architects and mathematicians, for inst... ...ck to the future", communism was surely "forward to the past". Competition A. THE PHILOSOPHY OF COMPETITION The aims of competition (anti-trust) l...

...Cyclopedia of issues in modern philosophy: The philosophy of science and religion, the cognitive sciences, cultural studies, aesthetics, art and literature, the philosophy of economics, the philosophy of psychology, and ethics....

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March of the Evil Empires! : English Versus the Feudal Languages!!

By: Ved from Victoria Institutions

...he bureaucracy The avoidable disasters An earthquake The guilds The common courtesies in English A quotation from History Effect of abstinence Political control on Bureaucracy Hierarchy from the other end The report dt. dec 26 2003. Making of laws and rules Megalomania Schizophrenia The international dealings Chapter 10 The social affects of a feudal langu...

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Light : Philosophy

By: Ankur Mutreja

...What is Philosophy? Is it the exclusive domain of those who dream in abstract? Or is it the manifestation of the struggle of those who practice in material? Does it originate in the minds of professors like a Ganges flowing out from ...

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Political Interpretation of Islam

By: Maulana Wahiduddin Khan

...In the political interpretation of Islam, politics assumes the central place. Every aspect of religion acquires a political hue. The true believer’s mission in life, according to this interpretation, is to ensure that just as God’s ...

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Sextus Empiricus and Greek Scepticism

By: Mary Mills Patrick

...RICUS AND GREEK SCEPTICISM A Thesis accepted for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the University of Bern Switzerland, November 1897 BY ... ...red to supply a need much felt in the English language by students of Greek philosophy. For while other schools of Greek philosophy have been exhaus... ...r, Philosophie der Griechen, III. Auf., Leipzig, 1879—89. Lewes, History of Philosophy, Vol. I., London, 1866. Ueberweg, History of Philosophy, IV. ... ...1869. My grateful acknowledgments are due to Dr. Ludwig Stein, Professor of Philosophy in the University of Bern, for valuable assistance in relatio... ...Tropes of Aenesidemus against Aetiology. CHAPTER IV. AENESIDEMUS AND THE PHILOSOPHY OF HERACLITUS 63 Statement of the problem.—The t... ... relate to the customs of Libya, showing a minute knowledge in regard to the political and religious customs of this land that he displays in regard ... ...ce. This basis of action was itself a death-blow to all reform in social or political life. It was a selfish, negative way of seeking what was, after...

...following treatise on Sextus Empiricus and Greek Scepticism has been prepared to supply a need much felt in the English language by students of Greek philosophy. For while other schools of Greek philosophy have been exhaustively and critically discussed by English scholars, there are few sources of information available to the student who wishes to make himself familiar wi...

...ent times, especially, one may say, since the date of Herbart. There is much in the writings of Sextus that finds a parallel in the methods of modern philosophy. There is a common starting-point in the study of the power and limitations of human thought. There is a common desire to investigate the phenomena of sense-perception, and the genetic relations of man to the lower...

...The Ninth Trope.—The Tenth Trope.—The five Tropes of Agrippa.—The two Tropes.—The Tropes of Aenesidemus against Aetiology.. 31 -- Aenesidemus And The Philosophy Of Heraclitus-Statement of the problem.—The theory of Pappenheim.—The theory of Brochard.—Zeller's theory.—The theory of Ritter and Saisset.—The theory of Hirzel and Natorp.—Critical examination of the subject.. 63...

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A Unifying Field in Logics : Neutrosophic Logic. Neutrosophy, Neutrosophic Set, Neutrosophic Probability

By: Florentin Smarandache

... by Charles T. Le: 3 0. Introduction: 9 1. Neutrosophy - a new branch of philosophy: 13 2. Neutrosophic Logic - a unifying field in logics: 87 3.... ...nter Florentin Smarandache, especially because the treated subject was of philosophy - revealing paradoxes - and logics. He had generalized the fu... ...osophic statistics” and thus opening new ways of research in four fields: philosophy, logics, set theory, and probability/statistics. It was known t... ...t was an inspired connection he made between literature/arts and science, philosophy. We started a long correspondence with questions and answers. ... ... lived in that society a double life: an official one - propagated by the political system, and another one real. In mass-media it was promulgated t... ... today it will be raining or not. Because any attempt to change the political power ends up in embarking another power, "the revolution is imp... ...account they transform the church into a business and the religion into a political propaganda. "The contradictiousness is a component of indiv... ...s-media partially does this. Social disease, created by mass media's political manipulation: Give citizens the impression/disillusion they are ... ...ine a country or group of people or class to remain neuter in a military, political, ideological, cultural, artistic, scientific, economical, etc. in...

...order to review them for the German journal “Zentralblatt fár Mathematik”. It was an inspired connection he made between literature/arts and science, philosophy....

...Paradoxism is an avant-garde movement in literature, art, philosophy, science, based on excessive used of antitheses, antinomies, contradictions, parables, odds, paradoxes in creations....

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Speculations and Physics

By: Sam Vaknin, Ph. D.

...d: Natural Selection IS the vital power itself. Modern Physics is converging with Philosophy (possibly with the philosophical side of Religion as ... ...ent view of the scientific endeavor competes with a more modest, semantic school of philosophy of science. Many theories - especially ones with bre... ...stitions are less concerned with the physical Universe and more with human affairs. Political falsities - such as anti-Semitism - supplanted magic ... ...dvantage, to tackle questions that once were the exclusive preserve of religion or philosophy. The scientific method is ill-built to cope with such... ...erology, or other esoteric "systems". The emergence of "relative", New Age, and politically correct philosophies rendered science merely one opt... ...ts it applies to, the term's universe of applicability). As the Oxford Companion to Philosophy puts it (p. 411): " A context of a form of words is ... ...ew theory is invented. Incorporation is the sworn enemy of parsimony because it is politically motivated. It keeps everyone happy by not giving up ... ...rate with the powers that be: with the industrial base, the military complex, the political elite, the intellectual cliques in vogue. Institutiona... ...elds of finance and economics, and numerous articles dealing with geopolitical and political economic issues published in both print and Web period...

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Fourth International Anthology on Paradoxism

By: Florentin Smarandache

...NAL CONFERENCES pARadOXisM is an avant-garde movement in literature, art, philosophy, science, based on excessive use of antitheses, antinomies, ... ... we lived in that society a double life: an official one – propagated by the political system, and another one real. In mass-media it was promulgate... ... be set right on its own 64 IGNORANCE Bliss If the gods bless PHILOSOPHY Aerial view Of any subject SERVICE Comfort created By ... ... out that the artistic/literary ground is at least as important as the socio-political source of the movement. 186 DAN T ĂRCHIL Ă (România) P... ..., Peter Brown Hoffmeister. P.S. I am very interested in your thoughts and philosophy. Please write any time. 245 PETER JAMISON (USA) [LE...

...Paradoxism is an avant-garde movement in literature, art, philosophy, science, based on excessive use of antitheses, antinomies, contradictions, parables, odds, paradoxes in creations. It was set up by the editor since 1980’s and promulgates a counter-time/ counter-sense creation. P...

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Sappho's Journal

By: Paul Alexander Bartlett

... xiii PREFACE Steven James Bartlett Senior Research Professor of Philosophy, Oregon State University and Visiting Scholar in Psychology & ... ...us in his library. He has taken heart, at last, and is pouring out words, political invective. I sit, amazed. Even his dead eyes have gathered light...

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Voices from the Past

By: Paul Alexander Bartlett

... xiii PREFACE Steven James Bartlett Senior Research Professor of Philosophy, Oregon State University and Visiting Scholar in Psychology & ... ...us in his library. He has taken heart, at last, and is pouring out words, political invective. I sit, amazed. Even his dead eyes have gathered light... ...ings,” Father said. “Rome is the great insti- gator of crimes. The Kittim! Political schemes are hatched in the Forum with the wild beasts. Rome appo... ... PAZZIA BESTIALISSIMA! That is man’s disease: he can not refrain from political madness. Again and again he is willing to be duped. The cen... ...an. It does not matter. Men will always fight among themselves, sexually, politically, socially. I have realized this for years. Can it be that this... ...om ours. Stay clean! But if I could write like you I would try to destroy political chicanery, though meddling with the Crown may spell my doom. W... ...nt without pressure: I wanted a lively yet serene play, with a mixture of philosophy, humor and fantasy: I wanted a play to fit the new mode, free o... ... This rainy evening I take up my pen again. There are no accidents in my philosophy. Every effect must have its cause. LINCOLN’S JOURNAL 539 ... ...ppened.” At the bottom of the stairs, we shook hands. In keeping with my philosophy I felt certain that I would never return to Springfield. Oct...

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Theory of the Person

By: Antonio Mercurio

...oice”. This phrase refers to those who entrust themselves to those who have political power, placing all their aspirations and dreams in them. What d... ...sonal and Cosmic SELF and not to God, to that God that has been created by philosophy and theology, in other words by other men like you and me. ...

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The Public Domain : Enclosing the Commons of the Mind

By: James Boyle

...formed by colleagues and students in computer science, English, history, and political science. But the work I am describing here is—as the last chapt... ...at define prop- erty in the information age. It is that problem, its history, philosophy, and politics that I try to sketch out in the pages ahead. Ack... ...lder’s rights? These questions may be hard, because the underlying moral and political and economic issues need to be thought through. They may be wei... ...ic. Condorcet began by framing the question of lit- erary property as one of political liberty. “Does a man have the right to forbid another man to wr... ... of his ideas. The law of 1793 accomplished this task of synthe- sis through political negotiation rather than philosophical reasoning—that is, by ref... ...negotiation rather than philosophical reasoning—that is, by refashioning the political identity of the author in the first few years of the Revolu- tio... ...efferson and Macaulay focused do not disappear merely because one embraces a philosophy of moral rights—if anything, they become more pressing, partic... ... ___ 37278_u01.qxd 8/28/08 11:04 AM Page 36 als had been nurtured on the philosophy of the Scottish Enlightenment and the history of the struggle ... ...Gates, General Partner, Micro-Soft.” The hyphen would disappear in time. The philosophy stuck around. Though there are quibbles about the facts in Gat...

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Great Thinkers, Great Ideas, An Introduction to Western Thought

By: Vincent J Falcone

...An introduction to moral, political and economic philosophy. Twelve philosophers in each category are featured, their basic theories are examined and provide the basis for discussion....

...Viewpoints: Conservative and Liberal 12 Chapter 3 Epistemology and Logic 20 Chapter 4 Fallacies: Errors o f L anguage and Logic 32 PART 2 Moral Philosophy: Ideas of Good and Evil, Right and Wrong Chapter 5 Moral Philosophy: A Brief Introduction 47 Chapter 6 Plato and Aristotle: Idealism and Realism 55 Chapter 7 Epicurus and Epictetus: Pleasure and Apathy 65 C...

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Paradoxism and Postmodernism in Florenitin Smarandache's Work

By: Ion Soare

...ache himself finds out - in his play Antique Tragedy - paradoxes in the Greek philosophy, without fear or other resentments. The debate among the thr... ...es out that the artistic/literary ground is at least as important as the socio-political source of the movement. It is right that in the beg... ...m the affiliation to logic or aesthetics of this notion -”an old structure in philosophy and a matter of study in logic”(Titu Popescu), Smarandache ... ...beauty behalf, that could be framed within the general-positive principles of philosophy. The absolute reached by Smarandache belongs to the postmode... ...s limit, transforming the literature in something else: informatics, graphics, philosophy etc.(blank pages, signs, drawings etc.). There are signifi... ...e communists’ sin(...) In occident were granted Nobel prizes for literature on political reasons.”(p.46); or “ The American culture has declined to t... ...the science, technics and informational revolution”(p.47). The expression of political ideas and conceptions is unostentatious and without a vindict... ...” (C.M.Popa), brake the radicalization of his approach. If in the case of the political personalities his irreverence reaches the iconoclasty, as re... ... • the paradoxism started as a new contest, as regards the theme - against the political totalitarism and as regards the style - against the “ classi...

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The Kaluza Concept

By: Keith Young

...re covered in a very brief and understated way, usually subsidiary to the political events of the day, in the spirit of a curiosity. Documenta...

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Hypotheses on Ulysses

By: Antonio Mercurio

... creating a scandal, and so they can easily circulate without religious or political censure attacking them, as instead happens later on with Socrat...

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Ética e Política num Estado Democrático de Direito : Uma contribuição para a democracia em Cabo Verde, com especial ênfase na Ética humanista, Ética cristã e Ética do senso comum: Uma contribuição para a democracia em Cabo Verde, com especial ênfase na Ética humanista, Ética cristã e Ética do senso comum

By: António Barbosa Da silva, Ph.D.
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Sophist

By: Plato

... of Hegel seemed to find in the Sophist the crown and summit of the Platonic philosophy—here is the place at which Plato most nearly approaches to the... ...on which they are intended to meet. The sophisms of the day were undermining philosophy; the denial of the existence of Not being, and of the connexio... ...fancy of Plato, now boast ful, now eristic, now clothing himself in rags of philosophy , now more akin to the rhetorician or lawyer , now haranguing,... ...r varies in different dialogues. Like my 8 Sophist – Plato thology , Greek philosophy has a tendency to per sonify ideas. And the Sophist is not m... ... additional association, if any , was only that of rhetorician or teacher . Philosophy had become eclecticism and imitation: in the decline of Greek ... ...than his witness against them. Of that national de cline of genius, unity , political force, which has been sometimes described as the corruption of ...

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Phaedrus

By: Plato

...ntro ducing or following it. The two Dialogues to gether contain the whole philosophy of Plato on the nature of love, which in the Republic and in t... ... fully or as a figure of speech. But in the Phaedrus and Symposium love and philosophy join hands, and one is an aspect of the other. The spiritual a... ...hosen the life of a philosopher or of a 9 Phaedrus lover who is not without philosophy receives her wings at the close of the third millennium; the r... ... not that which is taught in the schools of rheto ric; it is nearer akin to philosophy. Pericles, for instance, who was the most accomplished of all ... ...sm in history , the want of sim plicity or delicacy in poetry , the want of political freedom, which is the true atmosphere of public speaking, in or... ... root of literary excellence. It had no life or aspi ration, no national or political force, no desire for consistency , no love of knowledge for its... ...k Lysias, or any other poet or orator, who ever wrote or will write either a political or any other work, in metre or out of metre, poet or prose writ... ...ether private man or statesman, proposes laws and so becomes the author of a political treatise, fancying that there is any great certainty and clearn... ... or not; and to Solon and others who have com posed writings in the form of political discourses which they would term laws—to all of them we are to ...

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Philebus

By: Plato

..., derived from a previous state of existence, is a note of progress in the philosophy of Plato. The transcendental theory of pre-existent ideas, which... ...he greater feebleness of age, or to the development of the quarrel between philosophy and po- etry in Plato’s own mind, or perhaps, in some degree, to... ...roken up into a number of indi- viduals, or be in and out of them at once. Philosophy had so deepened or intensified the nature of one or Being, by th... ... in the unity of the idea is regarded by Hegel as the supreme principle of philosophy; and the law of contradiction, which is affirmed by logicians to... ...unchangeableness which cannot be got rid of. 3. In the language of ancient philosophy, the relative character of pleasure is described as becoming or ... ...s purchased at the expense of definiteness. Again, there are the legal and political principles of morals—freedom, equality, rights of persons; ‘Every... ...the eye of the law and of the legislator.’ There is also the other sort of political morality, which if not beginning with ‘Might is right,’ at any ra...

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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... ...ophist, has no appropriate character, and appears only as the expositor of a political ideal, in the de- lineation of which he is frequently interrupt... ...which are suggested by the presence of Theodorus, the geometrician. There is political as well as logical insight in refusing to admit the division of... ...t which prevail in the world. To the Greek, nomos was a sacred word, but the political idealism of Plato soars into a region beyond; for the laws he w... ...uses of the perversion of states, the regulation of marriages, are still the political problems with which Plato’s mind is occupied. He treats them mo... ...inciples are implanted by education, and the king or statesman completes the political web by marry- ing together dissimilar natures, the courageous a... ...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...

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Phaedo

By: Plato

...letter as well as in the spirit, by writing verses as well as bycultivating philosophy. Tell this to Evenus; and say that I would have him follow me ... .... He too has been a captive, and the willing agent of his own captivity. But philosophy has spoken to him, and he has heard her voice; she has gently ... ...ideas; of man, has a history in time, which may be traced in Greek poetry or philosophy, and also in the Hebrew Scriptures. They convert feeling into ... ...isciples are alive, so long as his books continue to be read, so long as his political or military successes fill a page in the history of his country... ... time, he will be forgotten and the world will get on without him. 4. Modern philosophy is perplexed at this whole question, which is sometimes fairly... ...to be inseparable, not only in fact, but in our conceptions of them; and any philosophy which too closely unites them, or too widely separates them, e...

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Symposium

By: Plato

... said of one of his own writings, more than the author himself knew . For in philosophy as in prophecy glimpses of the fu ture may often be conveyed ... ...thagorean, Eleatic, or Megarian systems, and ‘t he old quarrel of poetry and philosophy’has at least a superficial reconcilement. (Rep.) An unknown pe... ...isapprove of them; partly because 6 Plato s Symposium they are aware of the political dangers which ensue from them, as may be seen in the instance o... ...hese two customs—one the love of youth, the other the practice of virtue and philosophy— meet in one, then the lovers may lawfully unite. Nor is there... ... ful and the serious, are so subtly intermingled in it, and vestiges of old philosophy so curiously blend with germs of future knowledge, that agreem... ...f Phaedrus is also described as the mythologi cal, that of Pausanias as the political, that of Eryximachus as the scientific, that of Aristophanes as... ...nger than death; from Pausanias, that the true love is akin to intellect and political activ ity; from Eryximachus, that love is a universal phenomen... ...were encouraged by the practice of gymnastic exercises, by the meet ings of political clubs, and by the tie of military companionship. They were also... ... is a dishonour in being overcome by the love of money , or of wealth, or of political power , whether a man is frightened into surrender by the loss ...

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The Republic

By: Plato

...tempt made to interweave life and speculation, or to connect politics with philosophy. The Republic is the centre around which the other Dialogues may... ...public is the centre around which the other Dialogues may be grouped; here philosophy reaches the highest point to which ancient thinkers ever attaine... ...to. The 3 greatest of all logical truths, and the one of which writers on philosophy are most apt to lose sight, the difference be tween words and t... ...design which was to have included an ideal history of Athens, as well as a political and physical philosophy. The fragment of the Critias has given bi... ...e included an ideal history of Athens, as well as a political and physical philosophy. The fragment of the Critias has given birth to a world famous f... ...d the contemplation of the idea of good takes the place of the social and political virtues. In the eighth and ninth books (4) the perversions of Sta... ...s and in motions of the heavenly bod ies. The Timaeus, which takes up the political rather than the ethical side of the Republic, and is chiefly occu... ... more dogmatic and construc tive, passing beyond the range either of the political or the speculative ideas of the real Socrates. In one passage Pla... ...ed. With a view to con cealment we will establish secret brotherhoods and political clubs. And there are professors of rhetoric who teach the art of ...

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Protagoras

By: Plato

...d; (2) Because the wisest and best Athenian citizens do not teach their sons political virtue. Will Protagoras answer these objections? Protagoras exp... ... and not between skilled and unskilled politicians. (1) For all men have the political virtues to a certain de gree, and are obliged to say that they... ...t a madman if he did not profess a virtue which he had not. (2) And that the political virtues can be taught and acquired, in the opinion of the Athen... ... though this is a fact which is not generally known); and the soul of their philosophy is brevity, which was also the style of primitive antiquity an... ...perfect piece of art. There are dramatic contrasts and interests, threads of philosophy broken and resumed, satirical reflec tions on mankind, veils ... ... given by Prometheus (who stole them), whereas justice and reverence and the political virtues could only be imparted by Zeus; (8) in the latter part ... ... described as the true philosophers, and Laconic brevity as the true form of philosophy, evidently with an allusion to Protagoras’ long speeches. (3) ... ...enus. Several lesser touches of satire may be observed, such as the claim of philosophy advanced for the Lacedaemonians, which is a parody of the clai... ...goras is consistently presented to us throughout as the teacher of moral and political virtue; there is no allusion to the theories of sensation which...

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Apology

By: Plato

...you thinking of placing over them? Is there anyone who understands human and political virtue? You must have thought about this as you have sons; is t... ...have life and strength I shall never cease from the practice and teaching of philosophy, exhorting anyone whom I meet after my man Apology 14 ner, a...

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The Brothers Karamazov

By: Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoevsky

... my soul if you like. And if you don’t want to, don’t, damn you! That’s my philosophy. Ivan talked well here yesterday, though we were all drunk. Ivan... ...Six months before his death, when he was seventeen, he made friends with a political exile who had been banished from Moscow to our town for free- thi... ...itary existence there. He was a good scholar who had gained distinction in philosophy in the uni- versity. Something made him take a fancy to Markel, ...

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The Brothers Karamazov

By: Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoevsky

...ation can or ought to arrogate to itself power to dispose of the civic and political rights of its members.’ Secondly , that ‘criminal and civil juris... ...cisely a detective but was a sort of superintendent of a whole regiment of political detectives—a rather powerful position in its own way. I was promp... ... my soul if you like. And if you don’t want to, don’t, damn you! That’s my philosophy. Ivan talked well here yesterday, though we were 159 Dostoevsky... ...Six months before his death, when he was seventeen, he made friends with a political exile who had been banished from Moscow to our town for free- thi... ...itary existence there. He was a good scholar who had gained distinction in philosophy in the uni- versity. Something made him take a fancy to Markel, ... ...an move- ment, Dmitri Fyodorovitch. The development of woman, and even the political emancipation of woman in the near future—that’s my ideal. I’ve a ... ...ARAMAZOV Everything is habit with men, everything even in their social and political relations. Habit is the great motive-power. What a funny-looking ... ...e a pain in my forehead… and in the top of my head… only please don’t talk philosophy, as you did last time. If you can’t take yourself off, talk of s... ...ng fine. That’s a great pity, for I only give what I can—” “Don’t talk philosophy, you ass!” “Philosophy , indeed, when all my right side is n...

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The Insulted and Injured

By: Fyodor Dostoyevsky

...ore his father. “What are you saying, Alyosha? I suppose it’s some sort of philosophy ,” she said. “Someone’ s been lecturing you … Y ou’ d much bette... ...diplomat was answering some questions of the countess’ s about the present political position, about the reforms that were being instituted, and wheth... ... that philosopher who poisoned himself that has put me on that track. Damn philosophy! Buvons, mon cher. We be- gan talking about pretty girls… Where ...

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Etnik ve Toplumsal Kimlikler Nasil Olusur? : translated from IDENTITIES: How Governed, Who Pays?

By: Ph.D. HB Paksoy; Osman Karatay, Translator
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The Crocodile

By: Fyodor Dostoyevsky

...a, capital will be created and the bour geoisie will spring up. The English political and literary paper, The Times , in an article the other day on ... ... nity I will impart this idea to some statesman and at the same time to the political writers on our Petersburg dailies. Let them publish it abroad. ...

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The Brothers Karamazov

By: Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoevsky

...ation can or ought to arrogate to itself power to dispose of the civic and political rights of its members.’ Secondly, that ‘criminal and civil jurisd... ...cisely a detective but was a sort of superintendent of a whole regiment of political detectives—a rather powerful position in its own way. I was promp...

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The Double a Petersburg Poem

By: Fyodor Dostoyevsky

...he famous Suvorov used to crow like a cock … But there, he did all that with political motives; and he was a great general …but what are generals, aft...

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Humans on Mars, and Beyond

By: Ph.D. HB Paksoy
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Identities : How Governed, Who Pays

By: Ph.D. HB Paksoy
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The realities of reality : Part II, Making Sense of Why Modern Science Advances (Volume 1)

By: Fritz Dufour, MBA, DESS

...ity, all three linked to scientific progress. The book also talks about the Newtonian scientific leap – by analyzing particularly the then social and political fabrics of England – and Albert Einstein by showing how he changed history. According to the author, our very physical world can help us understand scientific progress. So, he explains, among other things, the struc...

...Science is often distinguished from other domains of human culture by its progressive nature: in contrast to art, religion, philosophy, morality, and politics, there exist clear standards or normative criteria for identifying improvements and advances in science. However, the traditional cumulative view of scientific knowledge was effectively chal...

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Esoteric Islam : A Hermetic Perspective on Islamic Traditions

By: Sachal Smith
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March of the Evil Empires : English versus the Feudal Languages

By: VED from Victoria Institutions

...e bureaucracy The avoidable disasters An earthquake The guilds The common courtesies in English A quotation from History Effect of abstinence Political control on Bureaucracy Hierarchy from the other end The report dt. dec 26 2003. Making of laws and rules Megalomania Schizophrenia The international dealings Chapter 10 The social affects of a feuda...

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