Archiv Für Geschichte Der Philosophie, Band 11

De Gruyter, 1898 - 590 Seiten
Vols. 1-23 (1888-1910) include "Jahresberichte über sämtliche Erscheinungen auf dem Gebiete der Geschichte der Philosophie"; v. 24-41 include section "Die neuesten Erscheinungen auf dem Gebiete der Geschichte der Philosophie" (varies slightly)

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Seite 402 - Volition, it is plain, is an act of the mind knowingly exerting that dominion it takes itself to have over any part of the man, by employing it in, or withholding it from, any particular action.
Seite 401 - This, well considered, plainly shows that the will is perfectly distinguished from desire, which in the very same action may have a quite contrary tendency from that which our will sets us upon. A man, whom I cannot deny, may oblige me to use persuasions to another, which, at the same time I am speaking, I may wish may not prevail on him. In this case, it is plain the will and desire run counter.
Seite 402 - I must here warn my reader that ordering, directing, choosing, preferring, &c. which I have made use of, will not distinctly enough express volition, unless he will reflect on what he himself does when he wills. For example, preferring-, which seems perhaps best to express the act of volition, does it not precisely. For though a man would prefer flying to walking, yet who can say he ever wills it...
Seite 410 - So that the idea of liberty is the idea of a power in any agent to do or forbear any particular action, according to the determination or thought of the mind, whereby either of them is preferred to the other...
Seite 483 - Vernunft sich zu unterwerfen, wenn er in einem Alter ist, wo er von ihr Gebrauch machen kann.
Seite 308 - Itaque dicebat Carneades ne Apollinem quidem futura posse dicere, nisi ea quorum causas natura ita contineret, ut ea fieri necesse esset.
Seite 404 - It is plain then that the will is nothing but one power or ability, and freedom another power or ability: so that to ask whether the will has freedom, is to ask whether one power has another power, one ability another ability?
Seite 409 - Mr. Locke, in his chapter of power, says that, finding from experience, that there are several new productions in matter, and concluding that there must somewhere be a power capable of producing them, we arrive at last by this reasoning at the idea of power. But no reasoning can ever give us a new, original, simple idea; as this philosopher himself confesses. This, therefore, can never be the origin of that idea.
Seite 31 - Dass die Frequenz jedes beliebigen, in den Schriften eines Autors vorkommenden Wortes oder Wörtchens eine ihren Entstehungszeiten entsprechende auf- oder absteigende Reihe bilden sollte, dies 'von vornherein zu erwarten ist nicht der mindeste Grund vorhanden...
Seite 141 - I cannot make freedom in man consistent with omnipotence and omniscience in God, though I am as fully perswaded of both as of any truths I most firmly assent to. And therefore I have long since given off the consideration of that question, resolving all into this short conclusion, That if it be possible for God to make a free agent, then man is free, though I see not the way of it.

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