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" Most writers on the emotions and on human conduct seem to be treating rather of matters outside nature than of natural phenomena following nature's general laws. They appear to conceive man to be situated in nature as a kingdom within a kingdom... "
Improvement of the Understanding: Ethics and Correspondcence of Benedict de ... - Pagina 129
door Benedictus de Spinoza - 1901 - 427 pagina’s
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Ethic: Demonstrated in Geometrical Order and Divided ..., Volume 34;Volume 765

Benedictus de Spinoza - 1883 - 297 pagina’s
...follow the common laws of nature, but things which are outside her. They seem indeed to consider man in nature as a kingdom within a kingdom. For they believe that man disturbs rather than follows her order ; that he has an absolute power over his own actions ; and...
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The Aesthetic Experience: Its Nature and Function in Epistemology

William Davis Furry - 1908 - 155 pagina’s
...thought and extension, soul and body. Descartes agreed with many less critical thinkers in "conceiving man to be situated in nature as a kingdom within a kingdom." The bearer of intelligence does not passively follow the natural order; he interrupts and often shatters...
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Criminal Responsibility and Social Constraint

Ray Madding McConnell - 1912 - 339 pagina’s
...has also been determined by another cause, and this last by another cause, and so on to infinity." 3 "Most writers on the emotions and on human conduct...actions, and that he is determined solely by himself. . . . Nature's laws and ordinances, whereby all things come to pass and change from one form to another,...
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The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge, Volume 9

1918
...Spinoza tells us, "seem to be treating rather of matters outside of nature than of phenomena which follow nature's general laws. They appear to conceive man...that he has absolute control over his actions and is determined solely by himself.8 As against such a view. Spinoza maintains the doctrine of determinism:...
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Kants Dialectic

Jonathan Bennett, Jonathan Francis Bennett - 1974 - 291 pagina’s
...common view about agency. Of those who do not see the threat, he says: They seem indeed to consider man in nature as a kingdom within a kingdom. For they believe that man disturbs rather than follows her order; that he has an absolute power over his own actions; and...
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Apocalypse and/or Metamorphosis

Norman O. Brown - 1991 - 250 pagina’s
...follow the common laws of Nature, but things which are outside her. They seem indeed to consider man in Nature as a kingdom within a kingdom. For they believe that man disturbs rather than follows her order, that he has an absolute power over his own actions, and...
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To the Rescue of Art: Twenty-Six Essays

Rudolf Arnheim - 1992 - 248 pagina’s
...things obeying the common laws of nature but with things outside of nature. They seem to conceive of man in nature as a kingdom within a kingdom. For they believe that man disturbs rather than follows the order of nature, that he has an absolute power in his actions...
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The Philosophical Legacy of Behaviorism

Bruce Thyer - 1999 - 261 pagina’s
...Prentice-Hall. Skinner, BF (1971). Beyond freedom and dignity. New York: Bantam. ERNEST A. VARGAS Ethics Most writers on the emotions and on human conduct...actions, and that he is determined solely by himself ... Experience teaches us no less clearly than reason, that men believe themselves to be free, simply...
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Penology, Justice and Liberty: Are You a Man Or a Mouse?

James C. McEleney, Barbara Lavin McEleney - 2005 - 148 pagina’s
...In seventeenth century Holland, Spinoza railed against the advocates of free will in declaring that Most writers on the emotions and on human conduct...nature as a kingdom within a kingdom; for they believe he disturbs rather than follows nature's order. For his part, Spinoza declared (Quoted in Matson. 1966:8)...
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Karl Marx and the Future of the Human

Cyril Smith - 2005 - 229 pagina’s
...Humans are parts of Nature, and Spinoza is scornful of any other view. They seem to have conceived man in nature as a kingdom within a kingdom. For they believe that man disturbs rather than follows the course of nature, and that he has absolute power in his actions,...
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