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" the other. But the greatest men who have been philosophers have felt the need both of science and of mysticism: the attempt to harmonize the two was what made their life, and what always must, for all its arduous uncertainty, make philosophy, to some... "
A Question of Balance: Charles Seeger's Philosophy of Music - Pagina 111
di Taylor Aitken Greer - 1998 - 278 pagine
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Washington University Studies, Volumi 6-7

1919
...recently said that "the greatest men who have been philosophers have felt the need of both science and mysticism: the attempt to harmonize the two was what...a greater thing than either science or religion." 1 Today, in the general revival of philosophy, with its numerous tendencies, mysticism is having its...
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Catholic World, Volume 116

1923
...Russell, though he criticizes mystical doctrine, does not reject mysticism. "The greatest men," he writes, "who have been philosophers have felt the need both of science and of mysticism." But if mysticism were illusion, no man could be among the greatest philosophers unless he had eliminated...
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The Philosophers : Their Lives and the Nature of their Thought: Their Lives ...

Ben-Ami Scharfstein Professor of Philosophy Tel-Aviv University - 1980 - 496 pagine
...different, but that 'the greatest men who have been philosophers have felt the need of both science and mysticism: the attempt to harmonize the two was what...minds, a greater thing than either science or religion. ' 71 Russell finds a link between the two, which is submission to necessity, and concludes, 'The submission...
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Mysticism and Logic, and Other Essays

Bertrand Russell - 1981 - 167 pagine
...quite unchecked, while in Blake a strong hostility to science coexists with profound mystic insight. But the greatest men who have been philosophers have...minds, a greater thing than either science or religion. Before attempting an explicit characterization of the scientific and the mystical impulses, I will...
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The Origins of Vīraśaiva Sects: A Typological Analysis of Ritual and ...

R. Blake Michael - 1992 - 238 pagine
...quite unchecked, while in Blake a strong hostility to science co-exists with profound mystic insight. But the greatest men who have been philosophers have...minds, a greater thing than either science or religion. 58 On the topic of mysticism, Albert Einstein has stated the following: The most beautiful and most...
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Contemplation and Action, 1902-14

Bertrand Russell - 1985 - 612 pagine
...quite unchecked, while in Blake a strong hostility to science coexists with profound mystic insight. But the greatest men who have been philosophers have...felt the need both of science and of mysticism: the soattempt to harmonize the two was what made their life, and what always must, for all its arduous...
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The Life and Thought of Josiah Royce

John Clendenning - 1999 - 446 pagine
...mysticism as well as logic. "The greatest men who have been philosophers," Russell observed in 1914, "have felt the need both of science and of mysticism:...a greater thing than either science or religion." Such is the platform of The Problem of Christianity. Royce delivered his lectures twice a week for...
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Russell on Religion: Selections from the Writings of Bertrand Russell

Bertrand Russell - 1999 - 261 pagine
...quite unchecked, while in Blake a strong hostility no science coexists with profound mystic insight. But the greatest men who have been philosophers have...need both of science and of mysticism: the attempt no harmonize the two was what made their life, and what always must, for all ins arduous uncertainty,...
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The Development of Bertrand Russell's Philosophy, Volume 11

Ronald Jager - 2004 - 520 pagine
...human impulses, the one urging men towards mysticism, the other urging them towards science. . . . But the greatest men who have been philosophers have...need both of science and of mysticism; the attempt to harmonise the two was what made their life, and what always must, for all its arduous uncertainty,...
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Nobel Writers on Writing

Ottar G. Draugsvold - 2000 - 297 pagine
...opposition to the church wasn't based in opposition to spirituality but rather to unexamined doctrine. "The greatest men who have been philosophers have felt the need both of science and of mysticism." 4 Like Leo Tolstoy, Russell felt abject disappointment in the disparity between Christ's words and...
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