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" Ancient philosophy sought to arrest every object in an eternal outline, to fix thought in a necessary formula, and the varieties of life in a classification by "kinds," or genera. To the modern spirit nothing is, or can be rightly known, except relatively... "
Educational Review - Página 344
editado por - 1891
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Appreciations: With an Essay on Style

Walter Pater - 1889 - 264 páginas
...of philosophic inquiry, over which the empirical philosophy of our day has triumphed. Modern thought is distinguished from ancient by its cultivation of...through the influence of the sciences of observation. Those sciences reveal types of life evanescing into each other by inexpressible refinements of change....
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English Critical Essays (nineteenth Century)

Edmund David Jones - 1924 - 610 páginas
...meaning and expressive^ ness. So the idea of ' the relative ' has been fecundated in modern times by the influence of the sciences of observation. These...sciences reveal types of life evanescing into each other by inexpressible refinements of change. Things pass into their opposites by accumulation of undefinable...
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Educational Review

Nicholas Murray Butler, Frank Pierrepont Graves, William McAndrew - 1891
...pedagogy received its first adequate exposition in English from the pen of President De Garmo in tl\e pages of the EDUCATIONAL REVIEW.' " Modern thought,"...sciences reveal types of life evanescing into each 1 I, 33, 244, 453other by inexpressible refinements of change. Things pass into their opposites by accumulation...
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Selected Writings of Walter Pater

Walter Pater - 1982 - 266 páginas
...of philosophic inquiry, over which the empirical philosophy of our day has triumphed. Modern thought is distinguished from ancient by its cultivation of...through the influence of the sciences of observation. Those sciences reveal types of life evanescing into each other by inexpressible refinements of change....
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Strangeness and Beauty: Volume 2, Pater to Symons: An Anthology of Aesthetic ...

ROBERT STOOTHOFF - 1983 - 324 páginas
...philosphy of our day has triumphed. Modern thought is distinguished from ancient by its cultivation of "relative" spirit in place of the "absolute." Ancient...through the influence of the sciences of observation. Those sciences reveal types of life evanescing into each other by inexpressible refinements of change....
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The Realistic Imagination: English Fiction from Frankenstein to Lady Chatterly

George Levine - 1983 - 357 páginas
...relatively and under conditions. The philosophic conception of the relative has been developed in modem times through the influence of the sciences of observation. These sciences reveal types evanescing into each other by inexpressible refinements of change" (p. 67). Or note this: "Man's physical...
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Nineteenth-Century Religious Thought in the West:

Ninian Smart, John Clayton, Patrick Sherry, Steven T. Katz - 1988 - 368 páginas
...distinguished from ancient by its cultivation of the 'relative' spirit in place of the 'absolute' ... To the modern spirit nothing is, or can be rightly...through the influence of the sciences of observation. Those sciences reveal types of life evanescing into each other by inexpressible refinements of change.8...
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Ein Kritiker aus dem Willen der Natur: Hugo von Hofmannsthal und das Werk ...

Ulrike Stamm - 1997 - 308 páginas
...6 Pater deutet diese fließenden Übergänge gerade als Ergebnis der Einsicht in die Relativität: "The philosophical conception of the relative has...modern times through the influence of the sciences of observarion. Those sciences reveal types of life evanescing into each other by inexpressible refinements...
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The Nineteenth-century Novel: A Critical Reader

Stephen Regan - 2001 - 573 páginas
...life in a classification by 'kinds,' or genera. To the modern spitit nothing is, or can be tightly known, except relatively and under conditions. The...through the influence of the sciences of observation. Those sciences reveal rypes of life evanescing into each other by inexpressible refinemenrs of change....
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Dying to Know: Scientific Epistemology and Narrative in Victorian England

George Levine - 2002 - 326 páginas
...distinguished from ancient by its cultivation of the "relative" spirit in place of the "absolute." ... To the modern spirit nothing is, or can be rightly...through the influence of the sciences of observation. Those sciences reveal types of life evanescing into each other by inexpressible refinements of change....
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