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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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Scientific Controversies: Philosophical and Historical Perspectives

Peter Machamer, Marcello Pera, Aristides Baltas - 2000 - 288 páginas
...is necessary to be rather an arbitrator than a party to the dispute,"9 as well as when he wrote that "he who has heard all the contending arguments, as if they were parties to a case, must be in a better position for judging."10 For a lot of good reasons, in the last...
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God and Reason in the Middle Ages

Edward Grant, Grant Edward - 2001 - 397 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 man does not otherwise know even whether he has found what he is looking for or not; for...
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Socratic Perplexity and the Nature of Philosophy

Gareth B. Matthews - 2003 - 137 páginas
...for the reasons we have stated and because people who inquire wuhout 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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Science and Religion, 400 B.C. to A.D. 1550: From Aristotle to Copernicus

Edward Grant - 2004 - 307 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 man does not otherwise know even whether he has found what he is looking for or not; for...
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A History of Natural Philosophy: From the Ancient World to the Nineteenth ...

Edward Grant - 2007
...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 man does not otherwise know even whether he has found what he is looking for or not; for...
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