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Kant exaggerates the dualism: Rousseau would abolish it by ignoring the more important of the two antitheses.
There was thus a dualism, to overcome which is the first step in the Hegelian system.
Aristotle in this has made no insignificant step towards the subjection of the Platonic dualism.
With the passing of dualism, however, the sympathy becomes more than merely formal.
THE WILL TO DOUBTALFRED H. LLOYD
There was a curious sense of dualism in this serenity of the sky, in contrast with the fury and agitation of the waves.
He endeavoured to overcome the dualism of Anaxagoras, and in so doing approached more nearly to the older Ionians.
He despises Comte, praises Hamilton, and preaches the truth of Dualism.
Or we may accept in one form or another a dualism in which the practical mind is generally content to rest.
In theology the appearance of dualism is sporadic and has not the fundamental, determining importance which it has in metaphysics.
It changed after the publication of his "Psychology," in consequence of his abandoning the dualism of thought and things.
THE ANALYSIS OF MINDBERTRAND RUSSELL

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