What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
GROTES INTERPRETATION OF THE RELATION
ANALYSIS OF SENSATION
37 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
abstraction according to Grote activity appears approach Aristotle aware Berkeley body called chapter cogito communication concerned consciousness of matter considered criticism dealing Descartes distinction emphasizing epistemology ethics eudaemonics existence experience Exploratio Philosophica external world fact feeling Ferrier George Grote Grote believes Grote holds Grote means Grote seems Grote's idealism Grote's view Grote's writings happiness human Hume ideas immediateness and reflection implies important intelligence introspective method intuition J. S. Mill John Grote Kant knowledge of acquaintance known language Locke mental metaphysics Mill Mill's mind mis-psychology monism moral namely nature ness nomenal non-ego notion noumenon object ourselves perception personalism personalistic phenomenal reality phenomenalist logic phenomenon philosophy physical Plato possible present proverse reason regard relation retroverse scale of sensation self-self sense side Sir William Hamilton space speak Spencer summum bonum tabula rasa term things thought thought-self Thrasymachus truth universe utilitarianism wholly words