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" By substance, I mean that which is in itself, and is conceived through itself : in other words, that of which a conception can be formed independently of any other conception. "
The Philosophy of Spinoza as Contained in the First, Second, and Fifth Parts ... - Pagina 25
door Benedictus de Spinoza - 1894 - 358 pagina’s
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The Philosophical Basis of Theism: An Examination of the Personality of Man ...

Samuel Harris - 1883 - 564 pagina’s
...only substance of which all particular beings are the modes of existence. Spinoza defines substance: " By substance I mean that which is in itself and is conceived by itself; in other words, it ia that the concept of which does not require any antecedent concept from...
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The Chief Works of Benedict de Spinoza: De intellectus emendatione. Ethica ...

Benedictus de Spinoza - 1891
...thought is limited by another thought, but a body is not limited by thought, nor a thought by body. 111. By substance, I mean that which is in itself, and is conceived through itself: in other words, that of which a conception can be formed independently of any other...
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History of Modern Philosophy from Nicolas of Cusa to the Present Time

Richard Falckenberg - 1893 - 655 pagina’s
...essence of substantiality. This is expressed in the third definition : " By substance I understand that which is in itself and is conceived by means of itself, ie, that the conception of which can be formed without the aid of the conception of any other thing."...
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Natural Theology

Rev. Bernard Boedder - 1896 - 480 pagina’s
...shall sum up here what we have said on them at greater length in Bk. I. cv sect. 6. Definition III. " By substance I mean that which is in itself and is conceived by itself." (Per substantiate, intelligo id quod in se est, et per se concipitur.) Comment. This definition...
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The Reformed Church Review

1907
...fundamental conceptions of substance, attributes and modes, and their relation to each other. A substance is "that which is in itself, and is conceived by means of itself, that is the conception of which does not need to be formed from the conception of any other thing. An attribute...
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History of Modern Philosophy from Nicolas of Cusa to the Present Time

Richard Falckenberg - 1897 - 655 pagina’s
...the essence of substantiality. This is expressed in the third definition : "By substance I understand that which is in itself and is conceived by means of itself, ie, that the conception of which can be formed without the aid of the conception of any other thing."...
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Improvement of the Understanding: Ethics and Correspondcence of Benedict de ...

Benedictus de Spinoza - 1901 - 427 pagina’s
...third definition, nor what difficulty the latter presents. It runs, if I mistake not, as follows : " By substance I mean that, which is in itself and is conceived through itself ; that is, of which the conception does not involve the conception of anything else....
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History of the Problems of Philosophy, Volume 2

Paul Janet, Gabriel Sťailles - 1902
...Spinoza : In so far as it possesses Adequate Ideas the Human Mind is one unth the Divine Mind. To say : " by substance I mean that which is in itself and is conceived through itself. ... by mode I mean that which exists and is perceived through something other than...
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Selections from the Literature of Theism

Alfred Caldecott, Hugh Ross Mackintosh - 1904 - 472 pagina’s
...all to be an axiom, and be ranked among common notions. For by " substance " they would understand that which is in itself and is conceived by means of itself ; that is, that the knowledge of it needs the knowledge of nothing else : while by modifications, they would understand...
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Descartes, Spinoza and the New Philosophy

James Iverach - 1904 - 245 pagina’s
...to Substance the particular nature aforesaid." This is from Letter 27, in which he had written : " By Substance I mean that which is in itself and is conceived through itself, that is, of which the conception does not involve the conception of anything else."...
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