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THE RELIGIOUS AND ETHICAL BACKGROUND OF GREEK PHILOSOPHY
THE MILESIAN SCHOOL
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absolute activity actual Anaxagoras Anaximander Aristotle beauty become behavior believe body Burnet Carneades causation cause character Christian conceived concept consciousness created Cyrenaics Democritus Descartes divine doctrine earth Eleatic Empedocles Epicureans Epicurus essence esthetic ethics evil existence experience expression external world feeling Fichte final finite freedom Greek Hegel Hence Heraclitus human ideal ideas immortality individual infinite intellect intelligible interest Kant knowledge Leucippus living logical mathematical matter means metaphysical mind Monads moral motion movement nature Neo-Platonic objects organic pantheism Parmenides particular perceive perceptions phenomena philosophy physical Plato pleasure Plotinus political possible principle pure qualities rational Reality reason regarded relations religion religious Roscellinus scientific sensation sense sensible world skepticism social Socrates soul space Spinoza spirit Stoic Stoicism substance teaching theology theory things things-in-themselves thinking thought tion true truth universe Unmoved Mover virtue whole world-process world-stuff