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" one places oneself within an object in order to coincide with what is unique in it and consequently inexpressible. "
A Question of Balance: Charles Seeger's Philosophy of Music - Pagina 34
di Taylor Aitken Greer - 1998 - 278 pagine
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An Introduction to Metaphysics

Henri Bergson - 1912 - 92 pagine
...else falls within the province of analysis. By intuition is meant the kind ' of intellectual sympathy by which one places oneself within an object in order...what is unique in it and consequently inexpressible. Analysis, on the contrary, is the operation which reduces the object to elements already known, that...
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William Wordsworth, His Life, Works, and Influence, Volume 2

George McLean Harper - 1916
...nature by exercising what we may call, in a phrase of M. Bergson's, " the kind of intellectual sympathy by which one places oneself within an object in order to coincide with what is unique in it, and therefore inexpressible." In thus reverencing the concrete, science and the highest poetry agree, and...
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The Spiritual Ascent of Man, Volume 44;Volume 603

William Tudor Jones - 1917 - 247 pagine
...else falls within the province of analysis. By intuition is meant the kind of intellectual sympathy by which one places oneself within an object in order...what is unique in it and consequently inexpressible. Analysis, on the contrary, is the operation which reduces the object to elements already known, that...
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The Spiritual Ascent of Man, Volume 44;Volume 603

William Tudor Jones - 1917 - 247 pagine
...else falls within the province of analysis. By intuition is meant the kind of intellectual sympathy by which one places oneself within an object in order...what is unique in it and consequently inexpressible. Analysis, on the contrary, is the operation which reduces the object to elements already known, that...
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The Monist, Volume 29

Paul Carus - 1919
...Absolute knowledge is given by intuition. "By intuition is meant the kind of intellectual sympathy by which one places oneself within an object in order...what is unique in it and consequently inexpressible." 22 Conceptual knowledge is not to be discarded, but is to be kept subsidiary and introductory to intuition....
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Man and the Cosmos - An introduction to Metaphysics.

Joseph Alexander Leighton - 1922
...reality is apprehended directly by intuition. "By intuition is meant the kind of intellectual sympathy by which one places oneself within an object in order...what is unique in it and consequently inexpressible. ... To analyze is to express a thing as a function of something other than itself. All analysis is...
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Man and the Cosmos: An Introduction to Metaphysics

Joseph Alexander Leighton - 1922 - 578 pagine
...reality is apprehended directly by intuition. "By intuition is meant the kind of intellectual sympathy by which one places oneself within an object in order...what is unique in it and consequently inexpressible. . . . To analyze is to express a thing as a function of something other than itself. All analysis is...
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Nature and Human Nature: Essays Metaphysical and Historical

Hartley Burr Alexander - 1923 - 527 pagine
...knowledge, voyais rather than Slavata. "By intuition," he says, "is meant the kind of intellectual sympathy by which one places oneself within an object in order...what is unique in it and consequently inexpressible. Analysis, on the contrary, is the operation which reduces the object to elements already known, that...
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The Field of Philosophy: An Introduction to the Study of Philosophy

Joseph Alexander Leighton - 1923 - 584 pagine
...intuition. "By intuition is meant the kind of intellectual sympathy by which one places one's self within an object in order to coincide with what is unique in it and consequently inexpressible." (Bergson, An Introduction to Metaphysics, p. 15, Hulme's translation.) Analysis expresses a thing as...
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Our Knowledge of the External World

Bertrand Russell - 1914 - 266 pagine
...absolute"* The second of these, which is intuition, is, he says, " the kind of intellectual sympathy by which one places oneself within an object in order to coincide with what is unique in it and therefore inexpressible " (p. 6). In illustration, he mentions self-knowledge : " there is one reality,...
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