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... the socalled idle argument - When you were sick , whether you would recover or not recover was predestined , hence why have called a doctor ; but whether you called a doctor or did not call him was also predetermined , and so on .
It is what Scotus later called the dictamen rationis , the " dictate of reason , ” that is , a power which prescribes in the form of speech ( dicere ) and whose force has its limits in the limitations of rational intercourse .
This “ feeling of contemplative pleasure is called taste , " and the Critique of Judgment was originally called Critique of Taste . “ If practical philosophy speaks of contemplative pleasure at all it mentions it only in passing ...
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THE LIFE OF THE MIND: Vol. I; Thinking. Vol. II; WillingIzvješće korisnika/ca - Kirkus
This book may sound forbidding, but do not be dissuaded, for it is a majestic work of deep humility and earnestness, and radiant imagination. Since it consists of Arendt's Gifford Lectures (1973-74 ... Pročitajte cijelu recenziju
LibraryThing ReviewIzvješće korisnika/ca - pharmakos555 - LibraryThing
--Part 2, On Willing, about history of notion of free will from Stoics, through St. Augustine, etc. Pročitajte cijelu recenziju
The Philosophers and the Will
the tonality of mental activities
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