The Theory of Practice: An Ethical Enquiry: in Two Books - Vol. 1

The Theory of Practice: An Ethical Enquiry: in Two Books - Vol. 1

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The Theory of Practice: An Ethical Enquiry: in Two Books - Vol. 1

The Theory of Practice: An Ethical Enquiry: in Two Books - Vol. 1

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Purumque relinquit Ætherium sensum atque aurai simplicis ignem.

Virgil.

§ 8. 1. THE task immediately before us is no less than to arrange the mass of feelings, which constitute the material element in the subjective aspect of the world of man and of nature, according to their natural kinds and relations to each other. The instruments with which this task is to be attempted are, first, those distinctions which have been already established as applicable to such objects, namely, the distinction between the formal and material elements in consciousness, that between the two great modes of consciousness, direct and reflective, and that between the different degrees of development or complexity in different stages of experience, namely, presentation, representation, and imaginative representation, which apply to both modes of direct and . . .

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