44 pages matching merely in this book
Results 1-3 of 44
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Chapter IITheory of Knowledge
7 other sections not shown
absolute abstract act of existence action activity actu actual antecedent Aristotle autem becomes causality concept conclusions constitutes continuity copula definition denied determined Dewey's philosophy Dewey's theory distinction divine empirical method enim environment epistemological essence Etienne Gilson existential Experience and Nature fact final cause formal cause formal object function Gilson grasp human intellect Ibid idea ideal indeterminate situation individual instrumentalism intelligible species interaction Jacques Maritain John Dewey judgment knowing subject limited Logic Maritain material matter and form means merely metaphysics mind mode monism notion ontological operations participation perception perfection Philosophy of John physical position possible potency potentiality predicate primary experience principle problem problematic situation quae question quod reality reason Reconstruction in Philosophy relation result says Dewey secundum sensation subject-matter substance Theory of Inquiry theory of knowledge things Thomas Thomas says Thomistic thought tion traditional true ultimate unity universal verification York