The Philosophical System of Antonio Rosmini-Serbati

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12 Objection to the validity of observation answered
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All intelligence is reducible to thinking being as realized in a cer
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55 Twofold office of Logic 159
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Identity between the essence of being and the activity manifested
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Quantity belongs to the realization not to the essence of being
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The identity between the essence of being and real beings exists
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We cannot perceive sensations pure but only as modifications
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in itself and being as object
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The conclusion has the same logical value as the premises
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How in perception we unite ideal being with feeling Rosminis
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Is this affirmation a judgment? No judgment is possible without
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There would be no difficulty in understanding how the soul
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Reflection in analyzing a judgment distinguishes but does not sepa
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Convertibility of the terms of the primitive judgment Ancient
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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...
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57 Confirmation of the same doctrine Meaning of truth
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There can be no error without a judgment Aristotle cited
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Primitive judgments affirming that what is felt exists are free from
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Judgments respecting the mode of perceived beings Condition
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Perception infallible Reflection may be rendered so by Logic
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enter into perception Sensation sensitive perception and
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Schellings error in asserting that the finite cannot be perceived
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Perception is the bridge between us and the external world
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Reflection would be unable to compare perceived beings together
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The mind rises to the infinite neither in the primal perception
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Perception is governed by the principle of substance Difference
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Notions of cause and effect Refutation of scepticism with refer
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Three aims of reasoning Hence three methodsapodeictic
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Nature of probability
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Logic
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Difference between the feeling of our bodies and the feeling of
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Hence are deduced the other properties of the human soul Sim
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The extended term of feeling is double space and body and these
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all at once and hence the continuous cannot exist except
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The first term of the sensitive soul is unmeasured space
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Principle and term in the animal form a single being
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Difference between animate and animal Elementary and organic
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What is death?Separation of the body from its sensible term
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Two classes of psychological laws corresponding to the ontologi
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152 What is Cosmology ?The science of the extrasubjective
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153 How Cosmology considers the world Parts of Cosmology
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155 First proof of the creation of the world Nature of creation
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Sublime questions to which the theme of creation gives occasion Possible limitations not infinite
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160 Second part of Cosmology
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Cosmology connected with Ontology and Theology
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Sciences of Reasoning 163 Sources of the principles and material of reasoning Nature of reasoning Materiated sciences
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164 Two classes of sciences of reasoning
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178 First proof of the existence of God
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180 Third proof
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Considering the manner in which we know God we call our know ledge of him negativeideal Negative cognition
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Two ways in which our minds rise to the Absolute Being
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Theology must supplement what was said in the Cosmology of the divine operations ad extra
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On the creative act
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Deontological Sciences 189 Deontological Sciences
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190 Deontology general and special
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Perfection real intellectual and moral
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Objective exigence
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Physical intellectual and moral necessities have each two forms an ontological and a deontological
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The form which perfects real being is subjective and is either a constituent element of that being or a distinct reality
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204 What is moral obligation? 205 First difference between moral perfection and that of real and intellectual beings 206 Second difference 357
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208 Three parts of the doctrine of the perception of being
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B Special Deontology 21Q Vastness of Special Deontology Callology
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211 Human Deontology
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The doctrine of moral perfection implicitly contains the whole doctrine of human perfection
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214 a Teletics The Archetype of man both in the natural and super natural orders is Jesus Christ
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Ethics includes three parts corresponding to its three offices a General Ethics b Special Ethics c Eudaemonology
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a General Ethics treats of the essence of virtue First element of moral good is the will Second element of moral good is law There is no special moral ...
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What part of human action is moral in itself and what by parti cipation
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220 Gods will is the source of divine positive law
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222 Special logic of Ethics Jesuits on the Lex dubla
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b Special Ethics treats of the special forms of moral good and evil
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Rational Right
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227 Sphere of the Science of Right
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230 What is property?
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231 Two parts of the Science of Right
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Social Right based on Individual Right
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Internal Right is divided into Signorial Political and Com munal Right
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Theocratic Right either initial or perfect
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241 The supreme problem of the Science of Right
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Wherein consists External Right
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245 Three parts of Education
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e Economy
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The government of the family tends to bring the members of a
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Or PoliticsRosminis works on this subject
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Political rules
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Second source
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Third source
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The Catholic religion is the most powerful political means the one which tempers and harmonizes all the rest
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261 End and fruit of philosophy
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List of Authors quoted or referred to
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Index to Definitions and Principal Subjects
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The notion of being in general is a necessary condition of the cog
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It is only as known that real being identifies itself with ideal being
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being innate St Thomas quoted 36
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