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" Hence one should have surveyed all the difficulties beforehand, both for the purposes we have stated and because people who inquire without first stating the difficulties are like those who do not know where they have to go... "
Franciscan Institute Publications: Philosophy series - Página 1
1947
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The Works of Aristotle, Volumen8

Aristotle, William David Ross, John Alexander Smith - 1908
...end is not clear to such a man, while to him who has first discussed the difficulties it is clear. Further, he who has heard all the contending arguments,...a case, must be in a better position for judging. 5 The first problem concerns the subject 2 which we discussed in our prefatory remarks. It is this...
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The Works of Aristotle, Volumen8

Aristotle - 1908
...difficulties beforehand, both for the reasons we have stated and because people who inquire 35 without first stating the difficulties are like those who do not know where they have to go ; besides, a man does not otherwise know even whether he has found what he is looking for or not; 995...
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The Works of Aristotle, Volumen8

Aristotle, William David Ross, John Alexander Smith - 1908
...difficulties beforehand, both for the reasons we have stated and because people who inquire 35 without first stating the difficulties are like those who do not know where they have to go ; besides, a man does not otherwise know even whether he has found what he is looking for or not ;...
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The Concept of First Philosophy and the Unity of the Metaphysics of Aristotle

Giovanni Reale - 1980 - 513 páginas
...difficulties beforehand, both for the purposes we have stated and because people who inquire without first stating the difficulties are like those who do not know where they have to go; besides, a man does not otherwise know even whether he has at any given time found what he is looking...
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Aristotle: The Desire to Understand

Jonathan Lear - 1988 - 328 páginas
...should have surveyed all the difficulties beforehand . . . because people who inquire without first stating the difficulties are like those who do not know where they have to go.'1 : Aristotle uses the metaphor of a knot. When we are confronted with difficulties we do not know...
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Mosè da Rieti, Filosofia naturale ; e, Fatti de Dio: testo ineditodel secolo XV

Moses ben Isaac da Rieti - 1989 - 586 páginas
...surveyed all thè dif ficulties beforehand [ . . . ] because people who enquire without first stating thè difficulties are like those who do not know where they have to go". II 5-6 Cfr. Arist., De anima I 1, 402a 1-5. Cfr. inoltre ad es. The Sphere of Sacrobosco and Its Commentato™,...
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Essays on Aristotle's De Anima

Martha C. Nussbaum, Amélie Oksenberg Rorty - 1992 - 448 páginas
...difficulties beforehand, both for the reasons we have stated and because people who inquire without first stating the difficulties are like those who do not know where they have to go; besides, a person does not otherwise know even whether he has found what he is looking for or not;...
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Plato's Parmenides

Plato, Reginald E. Allen - 1998 - 351 páginas
...difficulties beforehand, both for the purposes we have stated and because people who inquire without first stating the difficulties are like those who do not know where they have to go; besides, a man does not otherwise know even whether he has at any given time found what he is looking...
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Emotion: A Comprehensive Phenomenology of Theories and Their Meaning for Therapy

James Hillman - 1992 - 318 páginas
...should have surveyed all the difficulties beforehand, . . . because people who inquire without first stating the difficulties are like those who do not...heard all the contending arguments, as if they were parties to a case, must be in a better position for judging.'—Aristotle, Metaphys. 995a-b. '. . ....
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From Puzzles to Principles?: Essays on Aristotle's Dialectic

May Sim - 1999 - 251 páginas
...both for reasons we have stated and because people who inquire without first stating the perplexities are like those who do not know where they have to go; besides, one does not otherwise know even whether one has found what one is looking for, for the goal...
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