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A Pluralistic Universe: Hibbert Lectures at Manchester College on the ... - Page 321
by William James - 1909 - 404 pages
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Reason and Education: Essays in Honor of Israel Scheffler

H. Siegel - Education - 1996 - 288 pages
...characterized by the emergence of intimacy. 14 I am following William James and his critique of monism: "Everything you can think of, however vast or inclusive,...includes everything, or dominates over everything" (James, 1 909, p. 32 1 ). 15 This may be a variant of truth as fitting (Goodman, 1978, pp. 17sq), without,...
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Collected Works of Harold Laski: Studies in the problem of sovereignty

Harold Joseph Laski, Paul Q. Hirst - Political science - 1997 - 330 pages
...Berkeley Sq~ re and London ; from Berkeley Square and Loni I come to knowEngland. But in James' phrase, 'everything you can think of, however vast or inclusive,...ways, but nothing includes everything or dominates everything. The word "and" trails along after' every sentence. Something always escapes . . . the pluralistic...
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Twelve Great Philosophers: A Historical Introduction to Human Nature

Wayne P. Pomerleau - Philosophy - 1997 - 473 pages
...to at least some other things in reality, though nothing encompasses everything else, as in monism. "Things are 'with' one another in many ways, but nothing...The word 'and' trails along after every sentence," so that there is never a definitive conclusion in our experience. " 'Ever not quite' has to be said...
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The Promise of Hermeneutics

Roger Lundin, Anthony C. Thiselton, Clarence Walhout - Philosophy - 1999 - 260 pages
...the doctrine that it is many means only that the sundry parts of reality may be externally related. Everything you can think of, however vast or inclusive,...some sort or amount. Things are 'with' one another in may ways, but nothing includes everything, or dominates over everything. . . . The pluralistic world...
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Environmental Justice and the New Pluralism: The Challenge of Difference for ...

David Schlosberg - Political Science - 1999 - 236 pages
...type of unity. Pluralism 'means only that the sundry parts of reality may be externally related . . . Things are "with" one another in many ways, but nothing...along after every sentence. Something always escapes' (1977 [1909]: 145). Connections can be made in the pluralist universe without recourse to an insistence...
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William James and the Metaphysics of Experience

David C. Lamberth - Religion - 1999
...that it [the universe] is many means only that the sundry parts of reality may be externally related. Everything you can think of, however vast or inclusive,...a genuinely "external" environment of some sort or amount.'57 155 This is a rather problematic claim of both James and Bergson, in that they both fail...
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The End of Utopia: Politics and Culture in an Age of Apathy

Russell Jacoby - Political Science - 1999 - 236 pages
...hundred pages defending the particular and unique from an all-embracing monism. Pluralism means that "things are 'with' one another in many ways, but nothing includes everything, or dominates over everything."66 The progressive and regressive elements of this orientation intermingle. Inasmuch as...
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The Pragmatist Imagination: Thinking About Things in the Making

Joan Ockman, Temple Hoyne Buell Center for the Study of American Architecture - Architecture - 2000 - 277 pages
...escapes. in other terms, the whole is open, as in Bergson's philosophy. That's what William James says: "Things are 'with' one another in many ways, but nothing...trails along after every sentence. Something always escapes."8 A patch is always prolonged by something that tums into another whole. That's what James...
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Materializing Democracy: Toward a Revitalized Cultural Politics

Russ Castronovo, Dana D. Nelson - Political Science - 2002 - 427 pages
...that any truthclaim has its limits. For each claim can be enlarged, and unsettled in that enlargement: "Everything you can think of, however vast or inclusive,...always escapes. 'Ever not quite' has to be said of the best attempts made anywhere in the universe at attaining all-inclusiveness."36 Every truth-claim, however...
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Nature Exposed to Our Method of Questioning

Amy Ione - Culture - 2002 - 254 pages
...known together. The definitions are contradictory. so the things defined can in no way be united . . . Things are "with" one another in many ways. but nothing...always escapes. 'Ever not quite" has to be said of the best attempts made anywhere in the universe at attaining all-inclusiveness. . . . However much may...
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