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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: Volume VI (Advance in Knowledge 1650-1800)

Oliver J. Thatcher - 2004 - 460 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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Improvement of the Understanding, Ethics and Correspondence

Benedict de Spinoza - 2006 - 464 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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Spinoza: Logic, Knowledge and Religion

Richard Mason - 2007 - 232 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 through...
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On the Origin of Mind: Life's Need to Re-represent Itself

Martin Wurzinger - 2007 - 520 pagina’s
...seen. A 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. Transl: Again, our schema made this obvious under A II—no DTS, no connection. A VI. A true idea must...
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Readings in Philosophy

1921 - 683 pagina’s
...cannot be comprehended by means of each other; that is, the conception of the one does not involve tie conception of the other. 6. A true idea must agree with its object. 7. If a thing can be conceived as non-existent, it' essence does not involve existence. PROPOSITION...
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