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" ... to have been overlooked. For those who wish to get clear of difficulties it is advantageous to discuss the difficulties well; for the subsequent free play of thought implies the solution of the previous difficulties, and it is not possible to untie... "
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
...to have been overlooked. For those who wish to get clear of difficulties it is advantageous to state the difficulties well ; for the subsequent free play...difficulties, and it is not possible to untie a knot 30 which one does not know. But the difficulty of our thinking points to a ' knot ' in the object ;...
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The Works of Aristotle, Volumen8

Aristotle - 1908
...to have been overlooked. For those who wish to get clear of difficulties it is advantageous to state the difficulties well; for the subsequent free play...difficulties, and it is not possible to untie a knot 30 which one does not know. But the difficulty of our thinking points to a ' knot' in the object; for...
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The Concept of First Philosophy and the Unity of the Metaphysics of Aristotle

Giovanni Reale - 1980 - 513 páginas
...begin from a discussion of these difficulties? Aristotle explains the reasons, in the following way: For those who wish to get clear of difficulties it...possible to untie a knot of which one does not know. But the difficulty of our thinking points to a "knot" in the object; for in so far as our thought is...
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Essays on Aristotle's De Anima

Martha C. Nussbaum, Amélie Oksenberg Rorty - 1992 - 448 páginas
...towards an adequate theory: For those who wish to get clear of difficulties it is advantageous to state the difficulties well; for the subsequent free play...difficulties, and it is not possible to untie a knot which one does not know. But the difficulty of our thinking points to a knot in the object; for in...
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Plato's Parmenides

Plato, Reginald E. Allen - 1998 - 351 páginas
...variations on the Dilemma of Participation, and is more influenced by the Parmenides than the Plnlebus. For those who wish to get clear of difficulties, it...possible to untie a knot of which one does not know. But the difficulty of our thinking points to a "knot" in the object; for in so far as our thought is...
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Emotion: A Comprehensive Phenomenology of Theories and Their Meaning for Therapy

James Hillman - 1992 - 318 páginas
...accuracy. . . . Hence one must be already trained to know how to take each sort of argument. . . .' 'For those who wish to get clear of difficulties it...possible to untie a knot of which one does not know. But the difficulty of our thinking points to a 'knot' in the object; . . . Hence one should have surveyed...
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Metafisica, Libro 2

Aristotle, Arthur Madigan - 1999 - 185 páginas
...progress is the untying of points of aporia raised previously.' Compare Ross (1928l and Barnes (1984l:'For those who wish to get clear of difficulties it is...implies the solution of the previous difficulties.' In favour of taking por- this way is Aristotle's first metaphor. which compares being in aporia to...
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God and Reason in the Middle Ages

Edward Grant - 2001 - 397 páginas
...Barnes, ed., The Cambridge Companion to Aristotle (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995), 23. the difficulties well; for the subsequent free play...difficulties, and it is not possible to untie a knot which one does not know. But the difficulty of our thinking points to a knot in the object; for in...
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Two Roads to Wisdom?: Chinese and Analytic Philosophical Traditions

Bo Mou - 2001 - 381 páginas
...to be untied, and said: "for those who wish to get clear of difficulties it is advantageous to state the difficulties well; for the subsequent free play of thought implies the solution of the previous difficulties."26 In philosophy, these difficulties are conceptual rather than empirical. In comparative...
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Science and Religion, 400 B.C. to A.D. 1550: From Aristotle to Copernicus

Edward Grant - 2004 - 307 páginas
...to have been overlooked. For those who wish to get clear of difficulties it is advantageous to state the difficulties well; for the subsequent free play...difficulties, and it is not possible to untie a knot which one does not know. But the difficulty of our thinking points to a knot in the object; for in...
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