The Philosophical System of Antonio Rosmini-Serbati

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Philosophy general and special Philosophy and Science
8
Different forms of mental quiet Nature of assent II
15
Being in general is known by intuition Two great classes
16
Ideology
21
Internal observation the method of Ideology Philosophy does
27
The notion of being in general is a necessary condition of the cog
36
How in perception we unite ideal being with feeling Rosminis
42
Difference between primitive affirmations and other judgments
48
In what sense the essence of being is universal Principle and term
64
This identity imperfect Universality
70
Source of Fichtes error confusion between feeling and perception
75
Ideas which make known the negation of being All ideas of par
79
Our perception of ourselves is posterior to our perception of
81
We cannot perceive sensations pure but only as modifications
89
The conclusion has the same logical value as the premises
111
There would be no difficulty in understanding how the soul
130
Religious tradition alone can free man from the doubts which arise from the sad spectacle of the present life and mans higher destinies must be treate...
151
Twofold office of Logic
159
The impossibility of the second illusion proved
165
Such are the judgments expressing what is contained in an idea
172
Natural Theology
176
Judgments respecting the mode of perceived beings Condition
180
Considering the manner in which we know God we call our know
182
Perception infallible Reflection may be rendered so by Logic
186
The exposition of the divine attributes leads to Theodicy which
188
Why we think we do not know the ground of things The intellect
192
Theocratic Right either initial or perfect
199
Third difference
207
The supreme principle of all our reasoning
224
Substance and accident
232
The principle of substance is the intuition of the essence of being
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What is contingent being ?Concept of necessity
245
Two classes of psychological laws corresponding to the ontologi
313
What is Cosmology ?The science of the extrasubjective
317
How Cosmology considers the world Parts of Cosmology
318
First part of Cosmology
319
Second proof Creation is from nonbeing not from nothing
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321
Sublime questions to which the theme of creation gives occasion Possible limitations not infinite
322
Second part of Cosmology
323
Cosmology connected with Ontology and Theology
324
SCIENCES OF REASONING 163 Sources of the principles and material of reasoning Nature of reasoning Materiated sciences
325
Two classes of sciences of reasoning
326
The essence identical the forms utterly distinct Unitarians from Plotinus to Hegel
327
Moral form Moral good infinite
328
Properties of the three forms Two views of ideality
329
The three forms are the foundation of the categories
330
The categories differ from genera and species
331
Ontology examines the recesses of being to find the reason for the distribution of being into genera and species
332
It seeks the essential properties of being in the light of cognition Idea of God includes subsistence
333
The form which perfects intelligent beings is objective
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Nature of the object of each of these parts
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Ethics includes three parts corresponding to its three offices
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Rational Right
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There may be a general as well as a special theory of civil society
377
All reasoning on the essence of the soul sets out from the feeling
385
ceived
389
LIST OF AUTHORS QUOTED OR REFERRED
391
In what sense the opinion of Plato that the body is an obstacle
394
KEGAN PAUL TRENCH CO
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PULPIT COMMENTARY
19
INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC SERIES
26
Why being as a means of cognition is called ideal Rosminis
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