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" The knowledge of an effect depends on and involves the knowledge of a cause. V. Things which have nothing in common cannot be understood, the one by means of the other ; the conception of one does not involve the conception of the other. "
Benedict de Spinoza: His Life, Correspondence, and Ethics - Pagina 418
door Robert Willis - 1870 - 647 pagina’s
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The Library of Original Sources: Advance in knowledge, 1650-1800

Oliver Joseph Thatcher - 1907
...cause. V. Things which have nothing in common cannot be understood, the one by means of the other; the conception of one does not involve the conception of the other. VI. A true idea must correspond with its ideate or object. VII. If a thing can be conceived as non-existing,...
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Modern Classical Philosophers: Selections Illustrating Modern Philosophy ...

1908 - 740 pagina’s
...cause. V. Things which have nothing in common cannot be understood, the one by means of the other; the conception of one does not involve the conception of the other. VI. A true idea must correspond with its ideate or object. VII. If a thing can be conceived as non-existing,...
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The Classical Moralists: Selections Illustrating Ethics from Socrates to ...

Benjamin Rand - 1909 - 797 pagina’s
...cause. V. Things which have nothing in common cannot be understood, .the'0ne by means of the other ; the conception of one does not involve the conception of the other. VI. A true idea must correspond with its ideate or object. VII. If a thing can be conceived as non-existing,...
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Truth and Reality: An Introduction to the Theory of Knowledge

John Elof Boodin - 1911 - 334 pagina’s
...axiom that "things which have nothing in common cannot be understood, the one by means of the other ; the conception of one does not involve the conception of the other " — meaning by " in common " merely that the things must be capable of making a difference to each...
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Awareness - the Center of Being: A Complete Guide to Self-Awareness with ...

Karl W. Benzing - 1997 - 348 pagina’s
...cause. 5. Things which have nothing in common cannot be understood, the one by means of the other; the conception of one does not involve the conception of the other. 6. A true idea must correspond with its ideate or object. 7. If a thing can be conceived as non-existing, its essence does...
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Piety, Peace, and the Freedom to Philosophize

P.J. Bagley - 1999 - 289 pagina’s
..."Things which have nothing in common with each other cannot be understood through each other; that is, the conception of one does not involve the conception of the other." Given a link between causality and "conceiving through" — if A causes B then B must be conceived...
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Readings in Modern Philosophy, Vol. 1: Descartes, Spinoza, Leibniz and ...

Roger Ariew, Eric Watkins - 2000 - 322 pagina’s
...nothing in common with each other cannot be understood through each other; that is, the conception of the one does not involve the conception of the other. 6. A true idea must agree with that of which it is the idea [ideatum]. 7. If a thing can be conceived as not existing, its essence...
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Materialism and the Mind-body Problem

David M. Rosenthal - 2000 - 315 pagina’s
...Def. 3. For each substance must be in itself and must be conceived through itself, that is to say, the conception of one does not involve the conception of the other. — QED PROPOSITION III. // two things have nothing in common with one another, one cannot be the cause...
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Ethics

Benedictus de Spinoza - 2001 - 368 pagina’s
...one another cannot through one another be mutually understood, that is to say, the conception of the one does not involve the conception of the other. 6. A true idea must agree with that of which it is the idea (cum suo ideato) . 7. The essence of that thing which can be conceived...
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Early Defenders of Pragmatism: An Introduction to the Theory of Knowledge ...

John Elof Boodin - 2001 - 364 pagina’s
...axiom that "things which have nothing in common cannot be understood, the one by means of the other ; the conception of one does not involve the conception of the other " — meaning by " in common " merely that the things must be capable of making a difference to each...
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