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" ... out of relation to any concrete or individual realities, their relative nature at once reappears; for we find it altogether impossible to represent any of the qualities expressed by a concept, except as attached to some individual and determinate... "
The Logic of Sir William Hamilton, Bart - Página 55
por Sir William Hamilton - 1865 - 280 páginas
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Lectures on Metaphysics and Logic: lectures on metaphysics. 3-4 Lectures on ...

Sir William Hamilton - 1860
...by themselves, and out of the generality of a . x. ' ' \ • j- -j > i- • concept relation to any concrete or individual realities, their relative nature...class, we may do it under any. Thus, for example, we cannot actually represent the bundle of attributes contained in the concept man, as an absolute object,...
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Lectures on Metaphysics and Logic, Volumen3

Sir William Hamilton - 1860
...these abstract LECT. generalities, as absolute objects, by themselves, and . L out of relation to any concrete or individual realities, their relative nature...determinate object ; and their whole generality consists in this,—that though we must realise them in thought under some singular of the class, we may do it...
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An Examination of Sir William Hamilton's Philosophy: And of the Principal ...

John Stuart Mill - 1865
...any of these abstract generalities, as absolute objects, by themselves, and out of relation to any concrete or individual realities, their relative nature...class, we may do it under any. Thus, for example, we cannot actually represent the bundle of attributes contained in the concept man as an absolute object...
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An Examination of Sir William Hamilton's Philosophy and of the Principal ...

John Stuart Mill - 1865 - 561 páginas
...of these ab" stract generalities, as absolute objects, by themselves, " and out of relation to any concrete or individual " realities, their relative...them in thought under some singular of the class, we * Lectures, iii. 128, 129. " qualities which it is impossible should exist so sepa" rated; or that...
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An Examination of Sir William Hamilton's Philosophy and of the Principal ...

John Stuart Mill - 1865 - 560 páginas
...any of these ab' stract generalities, as absolute objects, by themselves, 'and out of relation to any concrete or individual ' realities, their relative...them in thought under some singular of the class, we * Lectures, iii. 128, 129. " may do it under any. Thus, for example, we cannot " actually represent...
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An Examination of Sir William Hamilton's Philosophy and of the ..., Volumen2

John Stuart Mill - 1865
...any of these abstract generalities, as absolute objects, by themselves, and out of relation to any concrete or individual realities, their relative nature...except as attached to some individual and determinate otject, and their whole generality consists in this, that though we must realize them in thought under...
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Lectures on Metaphysics and Logic, Volumen3

Sir William Hamilton - 1866
...abstract generality of generalities, as absolute objects, by themselves, and"' ' out of relation to any concrete or individual realities, their relative nature...whole generality consists in this, that though we must realise them in thought under some singular of the class, we may do it under any. Thus, for example,...
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An Examination of Sir William Hamilton's Philosophy: And of the ..., Volumen1

John Stuart Mill - 1867
...of these ab' stract generalities, as absolute objects, by themselves, ' and out of relation to any concrete or individual ' realities, their relative...them in thought under some singular of the class, we * Lectures, iii. 128, 129. " may do it under any. Thus, for example, we cannot " actually represent...
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Institutes of Logic

John Veitch - 1885 - 551 páginas
...made perfectly clear in the Lectures on Logic (Lect. vii. pp. 128, 129), where we are told "that it is altogether impossible to represent any of the qualities...whole generality consists in this, that though we must realise them in thought under some singular of the class, we may do it under any." This means, in fact,...
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Institutes of Logic

John Veitch - 1885 - 551 páginas
...individual and determinate object; and their whole generality consists in this, that though we must realise them in thought under some singular of the class, we may do it under any." This means, in fact, that along with the comprehension or attribute, we must always realise some part...
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