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" ... logic, and poetry (though Plato spoke against the art) seem to live in the intellect and fancy of the great Bishop of Hippo, elevated, and purified, and rectified by Christianity. Then see S. Augustine himself. What Sir W. Hamilton said of Aristotle... "
Aristotle: A Chapter from the History of Science, Including Analyses of ... - 18. oldal
szerző: George Henry Lewes - 1864 - 404 oldal
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The Works of Thomas Reid, D.D.: Now Fully Collected, with ..., 2. kötet

Thomas Reid - 1863
...urn*." Aristotle governs the opinion! of more than are conscious of their allegiance to the Stagirite. His seal Is upon all the sciences, and his speculations...immediately determined those of all subsequent thinkers. Aristotle and Plato are as the two poles of human intelligence, between which the various systems of...

Ancient philosophy

1871
...authoritative and unsurpassed. His Metaphysics would of itself suffice to found a great renown. His fragment on Poetics is perhaps the most valuable of all ancient...and his speculations have mediately or immediately detennined those of all subsequent thinkers.' Hegel, though of a loss fervid temperament, expresses...

The Life and Labours of Thomas of Aquin, 2. kötet

abp. Roger William Bede Vaughan - 1872
...himself. What Sir W. Hamilton said of Aristotle can truly, in a modified sense, be said of him : — " His seal is upon all the sciences, and his speculations...mediately or immediately, determined those of all sub-cequcnt thinkers." Plato and Aristotle, in the Pagan world, and S. Augustine and S. Thomas, in...

The Life and Labours of Saint Thomas of Aquin, 2. kötet

Roger Bede Vaughan - 1872
...himself. What Sir W. Hamilton said of Aristotle can truly, in a modified sense, be said of him : — " His seal is upon all the sciences, and his speculations...immediately, determined those of all subsequent thinkers." Plato and Aristotle, in the Pagan world, and S. Augustine and S. Thomas, in the Christian, seem to...

The Bibliotheca Sacra, 34. kötet

1877
...Philos. in Encyc. Met., vi. 2 Lewes, Aristotle, xv. Lcwcs also quotes the opinions of Hamilton, — " His seal is upon all the sciences and his speculations...mediately or immediately, determined those of all snbscquent thinkers" ; and Hegel : " He penetrated into the whole universe of things, and subjected...

The Life and Labors of Saint Thomas of Aquin, 2. kötet

Roger Bede Vaughan - 1872
...himself. What Sir W. Hamilton said of Aristotle can truly, in a modified sense, be said of him : — " His seal is upon all the sciences, and his speculations...immediately, determined those of all subsequent thinkers." Plato and Aristotle, in the Pagan world, and S. Au"ustine and S. Thomas, in the Christian, seem to...




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