Selections From The Principles Of Philosophy

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Adı:
Selections From The Principles Of Philosophy
Baskı tarihi:
2020
Sayfa sayısı:
92
Format:
Karton kapak
ISBN:
9786257958820
Kitabın türü:
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İngilizce
Ülke:
Türkiye
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Gece Kitaplığı
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Selections From The Principles Of Philosophy
Selections From The Principles Of Philosophy
Sir, The version of my principles which you have been at pains to make, is so elegant and finished as to lead me to expect that the work will be more generally read in French than in Latin, and better understood. The only apprehension I entertain is lest the title should deter some who have not been brought up to letters, or with whom philosophy is in bad repute, because the kind they were taught has proved unsatisfactory; and this makes me think that it will be useful to add a preface to it for the purpose of showing what the Matter of the work is, what END I had in view in writing it, and what Utilitymay be derived from it. But although it might be my part to write a preface of this nature, seeing I ought to know those particulars better than any other person, I cannot nevertheless prevail upon myself to do anything more than merely to give a summary of the chief points that fall, as I think, to be discussed in it: and I leave it to your discretion to present to the public such part of them as you shall judge proper.

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Adı:
Selections From The Principles Of Philosophy
Baskı tarihi:
2020
Sayfa sayısı:
92
Format:
Karton kapak
ISBN:
9786257958820
Kitabın türü:
Dil:
İngilizce
Ülke:
Türkiye
Yayınevi:
Gece Kitaplığı
Baskılar:
Selections From The Principles Of Philosophy
Selections From The Principles Of Philosophy
Sir, The version of my principles which you have been at pains to make, is so elegant and finished as to lead me to expect that the work will be more generally read in French than in Latin, and better understood. The only apprehension I entertain is lest the title should deter some who have not been brought up to letters, or with whom philosophy is in bad repute, because the kind they were taught has proved unsatisfactory; and this makes me think that it will be useful to add a preface to it for the purpose of showing what the Matter of the work is, what END I had in view in writing it, and what Utilitymay be derived from it. But although it might be my part to write a preface of this nature, seeing I ought to know those particulars better than any other person, I cannot nevertheless prevail upon myself to do anything more than merely to give a summary of the chief points that fall, as I think, to be discussed in it: and I leave it to your discretion to present to the public such part of them as you shall judge proper.

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