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Elementary course of Christian philosophy : based on the principles of the best scholastic authors.

Author: Christian Brothers.
Publisher: New York : O'Shea, 1893.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 2nd ed., revView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Christian Brothers.
OCLC Number: 3055645
Description: xxx, 538 p. ; 20 cm.
Contents: Simple apprehension --
Judgment --
Reasoning --
Truth and the different states of the intellect in respect to it --
Demonstration --
Science, division of science, classification of the sciences --
Method in general and its laws --
Different kinds of method and their laws --
Processes proper to certain methods --
Ideas in general --
Systems concerning the origin of ideas --
Universals --
How human knowledge is acquired --
Knowledge of first principles --
Language in relation to the acquisition of knowledge --
The mental faculties as means of attaining truth --
Scepticism --
The ultimate criterion of certitude --
Idea and analogy of being --
The transcendentals --
Metaphysical principles of being --
Causes of being --
Real being and logical being --
Uncreated or infinite being and created or finite being --
Substance and accident --
The world in general --
The world in relation to non-living or inorganic bodies --
The world : living bodies --
The human soul and its faculties --
The human soul considered in itself --
The human soul in relation to its body --
Existence and unity of God --
Attributes of God in general --
Relative attributes of God --
The end of human actions --
Subjective principles of human actions --
Morality of human actions --
Law, the rule of human actions --
Man's duties to God --
Man's duties to himself --
Man's duties to his fellow-men --
Domestic society --
Civil society --
Natural relations existing between different nations --
Peaceful relations between different nations --
War --
The society of nations --
Ancient philosophy --
Mediaeval philosophy --
Modern philosophy.
Responsibility: Adapted from the French of Brother Louis of Poissy by the Brothers of the Christian Schools.

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