The Monist

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105007382992
Release Date: 1966
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Author: Edward C. Hegeler
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The Monist

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ISBN: OCLC:966829333
Release Date: 1967
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The Monist

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ISBN: OCLC:64054138
Release Date: 1905
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Author: Paul Carus
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Download and read online The Monist in PDF and EPUB Collection of those articles concerning China and the Chinese, assembled at the behest of Charles W. Wason, with t.p. and table of contents supplied in typescript.


The Development of the Monist View of History

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ISBN: 1410203220
Release Date: 2002
Number of pages: 416
Author: Georgii Valentinovich Plekhanov
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Download and read online The Development of the Monist View of History in PDF and EPUB The "father of Russian Marxism", George Plekhanov (1857-1918) directed most of his writings against the Russian "populist" movement to which he once belonged. He insisted that although, in principle, in semi-feudal societies such as the Russian, the first revolution would of necessity have to be a "capitalist" one. However, he noted that bourgeoisie was too weak to bring it about and thus it fell upon the proletariat to conduct "both" revolutions. However, he condemned the methods of Lenin and the Bolsheviks soon after 1917. In books such as Socialism and the Political Struggle (1883), Our Differences (1884) and On the Development of the Monist View of History (1895), Plekhanov argued that a successful Marxist revolution could only take place after the development of capitalism. According to Plekhanov, it was the industrial proletariat who would bring about a socialist revolution. Plekhanov was strongly opposed to the political views of people who argued that it would be possible for a small group of dedicated revolutionaries to seize power from the Tsar. Plekhanov warned that if this happened, you would replace one authoritarian regime with another and that a "socialist caste" would take control who would impose a system of "patriarchal authoritarian communism.


The Logic of Interdisciplinarity The Monist Series

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ISBN: 9783050047331
Release Date: 2009-01-01
Number of pages: 455
Author: Charles S Peirce
Publisher: Oldenbourg Verlag

Download and read online The Logic of Interdisciplinarity The Monist Series in PDF and EPUB Charles S. Peirce (1839-1914), bekannt als Logiker, Philosoph, Mathematiker und Physiker, zählt zu den wichtigsten Denkern der modernen Wissenschaftsgeschichte. In der späten und wichtigsten Phase seines Schaffens (1891-1909) hat er programmatische Aufsätze sowie ausgewählte Vorlesungen explizit als eine Reihe für die Zeitschrift "The Monist" konzipiert, Beiträge, von denen bislang nur Ausschnitte und stark revidierte Fassungen veröffentlicht worden sind. Die erstmalige und vollständige Veröffentlichung der "Monist"-Texte in diesem Band beabsichtigt eine zeitgemäße Annäherung an das höchst heterogene Werk von Peirce. Sie ist der Versuch, Peirces Gedanken der internationalen wissenschaftlichen Öffentlichkeit originalgetreu zu präsentieren. Zentrales Ziel der "Monist"-Reihe bildet die Begründung einer Methode der Semiotik. Die Abhandlungen präsentieren Erklärungen zu Universalgesetzmäßigkeiten wie Gefühle, Wille und Kognition, zu Differenzen zwischen auf Erfahrung basiertem und imaginiertem Wissen, aber auch zur Definition der Aufmerksamkeit als einer symbolischen Tätigkeit. Neben ihrer wissenschaftlichen Relevanz in der philosophischen, bildwissenschaftlichen und kulturwissenschaftlichen Forschung, in der Kognitionswissenschaft und Logik besitzen die von Peirce diskutierten Themen auch eine hohe Aktualität für die zeitgenössischen Naturwissenschaften.


From Cosmology to Ecology

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ISBN: 3039103067
Release Date: 2005
Number of pages: 401
Author: Eric Paul Jacobsen
Publisher: Peter Lang

Download and read online From Cosmology to Ecology in PDF and EPUB This book traces the development of the monist world-view in Germany from the Age of Goethe to the 1920s. Originally a core idea in the philosophy of Spinoza, monism, the idea of a universe of one substance that is both mind and matter, inspired many German thinkers from Goethe to Fechner, especially the infamous social Darwinist Ernst Haeckel. This study contrasts Haeckel's monism with the more benign monist world-views of his predecessors and of his socialist and left-liberal contemporaries and followers, above all Bruno Wille and Wilhelm Bolsche."


In Defence of Materialism

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ISBN: OCLC:459535782
Release Date: 1947
Number of pages: 303
Author: Georgij Valentinovič Plehanov
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Monism

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ISBN: 9781137011749
Release Date: 2012-08-06
Number of pages: 258
Author: T. Weir
Publisher: Springer

Download and read online Monism in PDF and EPUB The first survey in the English language of the history of naturalistic monism in the works of Haeckel, Spinoza, and others. Contributors demonstrate that, to a greater extent than previously shown, monism provided an essential epistemological framework for numerous religious, political and cultural movements between the 1840s and 1940s.


Modern Treaty Law and Practice

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ISBN: 052159846X
Release Date: 2000-05-25
Number of pages: 443
Author: Anthony Aust
Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Download and read online Modern Treaty Law and Practice in PDF and EPUB A comprehensive treatment of the law of treaties written from the point of view of a practitioner of 35 years experience: the first book of its kind. Aust provides a wealth of examples of the real problems experienced in making and using treaties day by day, not just when a treaty is the subject of a court case. As such it is invaluable to the practitioner. Aust aims to supply the reader with a full and rounded understanding of all aspects of treaties. He avoids technical language as far as possible, making his work accessible to non-lawyers. Although not primarily an academic work, there is plenty to interest and inform law students and teachers (it has established itself as a course book), as well as those specialising in political science, international relations or diplomacy.


Cartesian Spacetime

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ISBN: 9789401709750
Release Date: 2013-03-14
Number of pages: 252
Author: Edward Slowik
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

Download and read online Cartesian Spacetime in PDF and EPUB Although Descartes' natural philosophy marked an advance in the development of modern science, many critics over the years, such as Newton, have rejected his particular `relational' theory of space and motion. Nevertheless, it is also true that most historians and philosophers have not sufficiently investigated the viability of the Cartesian theory. This book explores, consequently, the success of the arguments against Descartes' theory of space and motion by determining if it is possible to formulate a version that can eliminate its alleged problems. In essence, this book comprises the first sustained attempt to construct a consistent `Cartesian' spacetime theory: that is, a theory of space and time that consistently incorporates Descartes' various physical and metaphysical concepts. Intended for students in the history of philosophy and science, this study reveals the sophisticated insights, and often quite successful elements, in Descartes' unjustly neglected relational theory of space and motion.


The treaty making power in the Commonwealth of Australia

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ISBN: 9789401195607
Release Date: 2012-12-06
Number of pages: 279
Author: Günther Doeker
Publisher: Springer

Download and read online The treaty making power in the Commonwealth of Australia in PDF and EPUB In the relation of states, treaties are a matter of great importance. The law of treaties and the study of treaty-making procedures in municipal law systems have become both from a theoretical and practical point of view, subjects of increasing interest. The United Nations Legal Committee as well as the International Law Commission have published studies concerned with the relationship of international law and municipal law, emphasizing national practices concerning the conclusion of treaties. In the case of some countries, such as Great Britain and the United States, numerous studies of treaty making problems have been made, but much less has been published in the case of many other countries such as Australia, Canada or India. In the case of Australia, research on treaty-making has resulted in comparatively few published articles in scholarly and legal journals and only a few comments in general legal treatises. But no comprehen sive legal analysis of the subject has as yet appeared. This study aims to present a comprehensive survey and analysis of actual treaty making procedures and practices in Australia against the setting of the relevant constitutional and other legal norms of the Australian political system. The analysis of treaty-making will consider both normative and empirical legal aspects. Basic constitutional norms, legal principles derived from common and constitutional law and statutes will be discussed, as well as the actual practices and procedures used in the exercise of the treaty-making power.


Rethinking Multiculturalism

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ISBN: 0674009959
Release Date: 2002
Number of pages: 379
Author: Bhikhu C. Parekh
Publisher: Harvard University Press

Download and read online Rethinking Multiculturalism in PDF and EPUB Bhikhu Parekh argues for a pluralist perspective on cultural diversity. Writing from both within the liberal tradition and outside of it as a critic, he challenges what he calls the "moral monism" of much of traditional moral philosophy, including contemporary liberalism--its tendency to assert that only one way of life or set of values is worthwhile and to dismiss the rest as misguided or false. He defends his pluralist perspective both at the level of theory and in subtle nuanced analyses of recent controversies. Thus, he offers careful and clear accounts of why cultural differences should be respected and publicly affirmed, why the separation of church and state cannot be used to justify the separation of religion and politics, and why the initial critique of Salman Rushdie (before a Fatwa threatened his life) deserved more serious attention than it received. Rejecting naturalism, which posits that humans have a relatively fixed nature and that culture is an incidental, and "culturalism," which posits that they are socially and culturally constructed with only a minimal set of features in common, he argues for a dialogic interplay between human commonalities and cultural differences. This will allow, Parekh argues, genuinely balanced and thoughtful compromises on even the most controversial cultural issues in the new multicultural world in which we live.


Akehurst s Modern Introduction to International Law

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ISBN: 9781134833870
Release Date: 2002-04-12
Number of pages: 472
Author: Peter Malanczuk
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Akehurst s Modern Introduction to International Law in PDF and EPUB First published in 2002. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


Structures of Knowing

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ISBN: 9789400926417
Release Date: 2012-12-06
Number of pages: 430
Author: Katherine Arens
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

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The Morals of Modernity

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ISBN: 0521497728
Release Date: 1996-03-29
Number of pages: 226
Author: Charles Larmore
Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Download and read online The Morals of Modernity in PDF and EPUB The essays collected in this volume all explore the problem of the relation between moral philosophy and modernity. The book argues against recent attempts to return to the virtue-centered perspective of ancient Greek ethics. As well as exploring the differences between ancient and modern ethics, the author treats such topics as the roles of reason and history in our moral understanding, the inadequacy of philosophical naturalism, and the foundations of modern liberalism. These essays will be of interest both to professional scholars and to general readers concerned with ethics and politics.