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  • ...<ref>Martha C. Nussbaum, and A. O. Rorty, (eds.)''Essays on Aristotle's De Anima.'' (London: Clarendon Press, 1992)</ref> and the [[Sankhya]] and [[Yoga]] s ...alists have claimed to find a precedent for their view in Aristotle's ''De Anima.''<ref>Ibid.</ref> <ref>Nussbaum and Putnam (1992), 27-56</ref>
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  • ...there is much consensus that life, as we know it, does involve some deeper animating force inherent in all living beings (or at least in humans). In fact, t It is also debated whether both animals and humans have souls, or only humans. In some systems of thought, souls
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  • ...ISBN 978-1591473800).</ref> Aspects of mind are also attributed to complex animals, which are commonly considered to be conscious. Studies in recent decades this mainstream view, a small group of neuroscientists has persisted in searching for evidence suggesting the possibility of a human mind existing and ope
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  • ... Human Nature'' bear a striking resemblance to part of Malebranche's ''The Search after Truth.'' In general, Malebranche had a keen understanding of crucial ... published the first three books of what is probably his major work, ''The Search After Truth'' (''De la recherche de la vérité''), with the final three bo
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  • ...ulfillment of his intellect; the intellect was what distinguished man from animals, and made him able to live within a meaningful structure of reason. ...slated, without Hebrew title, the "''Quæstiones Disputatæ," "Quæstio de Anima,''" his "De Animæ Facultatibus," under the title "Ma'amar be-Koĵot ha-Nef
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  • ...d. His purpose was to gather source material for ''Regnum animale'' (''The Animal Kingdom,'' or ''Kingdom of Life''), a subject on which books were not read ...ontinued as he travelled to London to continue the publication of ''Regnum animale.'' This cathartic process continued for six months. It has been compared
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  • Definition of “mathematicus.”] Retrie ...ition as it has failed empirical tests in controlled studies.<ref> WordNet Search 3.0, [ Definition of “
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  • ...ted to establish a more just and spiritual society. Ashoka’s concern for animals and for the environment&mdash;as well as for the disadvantaged and for pr #humans and animals are to be provided medical care throughout his territory.
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  • far more brutally than the Navajo ever did."<ref>David D. Roberts, ''In Search of the Old Ones: Exploring the Anasazi World of the Southwest'' (New York, ...nce'' edited by Patrick H. Beckett, (Las Cruces, NM: COAS Publishing and Research, 2002), 189–214. Retrieved June 26, 2011.</ref>
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  • ...chological development]], and he spent a significant portion of his life researching this aspect of life, as revealed in [[symbol]]ic form through [[dream]]s ...r Zurich and Jung was an aspiring young doctor there on the rise. Jung's research at the Burghölzli established him as a psychiatrist of international reput
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  • analysis is a way to experience and integrate unknown material. It is a search for the meaning of behaviors, symptoms, and events. This effort to understa ... patterns of psychic functioning, known as "the fundamental fantasies that animate all life."
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  • Some psychologists take a biological view of personality and research [[temperament]]s in children and heritability in adult twins, hoping is to ...sses for research, personnel selection and the like. Although subsequent research has failed to replicate his results, and it has been shown that he retained
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  • ... century <small>B.C.E.</small>, [[Aristotle]] originated the idea in <i>De Anima</i>. However, besides some arguments by the Stoics and Peripatetics, the Ar be justified in the name of such ideas. That could lead to abuse in the search for truth but also in human affairs.
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  • [[Aristotle]]'s ''De Anima'' contains much material that seems to anticipate the contemporary anti-dua *Chalmers, David. 1996. ''The Conscious Mind: In Search of a Fundamental Theory''. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 0195117891
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  • ...les. Therefore theologians, philosophers and scientists were essentially researching the same cause, or origin: God. appears in a short story by [[Jorge Luis Borges]], entitled "Averroes's Search," in which he is portrayed trying to find the meanings of the words ''[[tra
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  • ...done commendable and untiring work in the field of oriental studies. The researches well-recorded by them are of utmost importance even today. Jones was not satisfied with the Indian sources. He tried to search the Greek and Roman accounts. These accounts supplied some information abou
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  • [[Friedrich Nietzsche]] believed the search for truth or 'the will to truth' was a consequence of the will to power of * __________. "On the Soul" ''(De Anima),'' W. S. Hett, trans., 1–203 in ''Aristotle, Volume&nbsp;8.'' (Loeb Clas
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  • ...e, child, whip, bones|patronage=bee keepers; bees; candle makers; domestic animals; French Commissariat; learning; Milan, Italy; students; wax refiners Abel'' ("On Cain and Abel); ''De Ioseph'' ("on Joseph"); ''De Isaac vel anima'' ("On Isaac, or the Soul"); ''De Noe'' ("On Noah"); ''De interpellatione I
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