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" If there are reasons for holding that man, in respect of his animal nature, is descended from ' mere ' animals — animals in whom the functions of life and sense were not organic to the eternal or distinctively human consciousness, — this does not... "
MIND A QUARTERLY REVIEW OF PSYCHOLOGY AND PHILOSOPHY - Página 321
por GEORGE CROOM ROBERTSON - 1882
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Mind, Volumen8

1883
...affected by the processes of animal evolution by which his physical existence may have been developed. " If there are reasons for holding that man, in respect...conclusion founded on analysis of what he now is and does " (p. 87). Having thus, in the First Book, secured his ground in the " metaphysics of knowledge or...
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Prolegomena to Ethics

Thomas Hill Green - 1884 - 427 páginas
...stages of the intelligence of brutes. Having admitted that certain processes in time_are_^rganig_in man to that consciousness exercised in knowledge which...intelligible way be developed out of those successions Qf-fef^J^fiL.FilKi^L.6951, .JKEPE^rly be treated as functions of the animal system ; and this must...
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Studies in Hegel's Philosophy of Religion: With a Chapter on Christian Unity ...

James Macbride Sterrett - 1890 - 348 páginas
...holding that man, in respect of his animal nature, is descended from ' mere ' animals — animals to whom the functions of life and sense were not organic...conclusion founded on analysis of what he now is and does " (pp. 77, 87) — that is, we may add — A man's a man for a* that. " God is the Eternal Spirit or...
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The Scottish Review, Volumen15

1890
...organic to the eternal or distinctively human consciousness, — this docs not affect our conclusion with regard to the consciousness of which, as he now is, man is the subject." When the idealist comes to consider the why of the reproduction of this consciousness in man, he admits...
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Contemporary English Ethics

Daniel Rees - 1892 - 72 páginas
...consciousness exercised in knowledge which we hold to be eternal, we have no interest in abridging these processes. If there are reasons for holding that man,...conclusion founded on analysis of what he now is and does."2) So far we have dealt with perception. But the animal system is organic not only to impressions...
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The Philosophy of Thomas Hill Green

William Henry Fairbrother - 1896 - 187 páginas
...of life and sense were not organic to the eternal or distinctively human consciousness — this docs not affect our conclusion in regard to the consciousness...conclusion founded on analysis of what he now is and does." Positively we find, as a result of the previous investigations, that man, in himself, has specially...
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The Philosophy of Thomas Hill Green

William Henry Fairbrother - 1896 - 187 páginas
...— this does not affect our conclusion in regard to the consciousness of which, as he now is, man s the subject, a conclusion founded on analysis of what he now is ind does." Positively we find, as a result of the previous investigations, that man, in himself, has...
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Prolegomena to Ethics

Thomas Hill Green - 1899 - 485 páginas
...conclusion can be substituted for it which remedies the defect, this is no reason for rejecting it. 83. Before proceeding, it may be well to point out that...and does. This conclusion could only be shaken by showir '•t au... ,, .i.-*-., consciousness of the kind which, for reasons . "erha n.- -,rth, we describe...
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The Philosophy of Thomas Hill Green

William Henry Fairbrother - 1900 - 187 páginas
...does not affect our conclusion in regard to the consciousness of 1 Cf. Arist. Zfe Part. An. 640" 18. B which, as he now is, man is the subject, a conclusion founded on analysis of what he now is and does."1 — -Green does not deny — he fully admits — that man has biologically a history ; but...
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