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 The Ethics 10 | Ecrit le 05-08-2011 14h16Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The Ethics by Benedict de Spinoza   PROP. XXVIII. The mind's highest good is the knowledge of God, and the mind's highest virtue is to know God. Proof.-The mind is not capable of understanding anything higher than God, that is (I. Def. vi.), than a Being absolutely...

 The Ethics 9 | Ecrit le 05-08-2011 14h15Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The Ethics by Benedict de Spinoza   PROPOSITIONS. PROP. I. No positive quality possessed by a false idea is removed by the presence of what is true, in virtue of its being true. Proof.-Falsity consists solely in the privation of knowledge which inadequate ideas...

 The Ethics 8 | Ecrit le 05-08-2011 14h13Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The Ethics by Benedict de Spinoza   PROP. LIX. Among all the emotions attributable to the mind as active, there are none which cannot be referred to pleasure or desire. Proof.-All emotions can be referred to desire, pleasure, or pain, as their definitions, already given,...

 The Ethics 7 | Ecrit le 05-08-2011 14h13Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The Ethics by Benedict de Spinoza   PROP. XXXVI. He who remembers a thing, in which he has once taken delight, desires to possess it under the same circumstances as when he first took delight therein. Proof.-Everything, which a man has seen in conjunction with the object...

 The Ethics 6 | Ecrit le 05-08-2011 14h12Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The Ethics by Benedict de Spinoza   PROP. VII. The endeavour, wherewith everything endeavours to persist in its own being, is nothing else but the actual essence of the thing in question. Proof.-From the given essence of any thing certain consequences necessarily follow...

 The Ethics 5 | Ecrit le 05-08-2011 14h11Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The Ethics by Benedict de Spinoza   PROP. XLVII. The human mind has an adequate knowledge of the eternal and infinite essence of God. Proof.-The human mind has ideas (II. xxii.), from which (II. xxiii.) it perceives itself and its own body (II. xix.) and external bodies...

 The Ethics 4 | Ecrit le 05-08-2011 14h11Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The Ethics by Benedict de Spinoza   PROP. XVIII. If the human body has once been affected by two or more bodies at the same time, when the mind afterwards imagines any of them, it will straightway remember the others also. Proof.-The mind (II. xvii. Coroll.) imagines any...

 The Ethics 3 | Ecrit le 05-08-2011 14h10Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The Ethics by Benedict de Spinoza   Part II. On The Nature And Origin Of The Mind Preface I now pass on to explaining the results, which must necessarily follow from the essence of God, or of the eternal and infinite being ; not, indeed, all of them (for...

 The Ethics 2 | Ecrit le 05-08-2011 14h09Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The Ethics by Benedict de Spinoza   Further (to say a word here concerning the intellect and the will which we attribute to God), if intellect and will appertain to the eternal essence of God, we must take these words in some significance quite different from those they usually...

 The Ethics 1 | Ecrit le 05-08-2011 14h09Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
The Ethics by Benedict de Spinoza PART I. CONCERNING GOD. DEFINITIONS. I. By that which is self-caused, I mean that of which the essence involves existence, or that of which the nature...

 On Something 11 (THE END) | Ecrit le 05-08-2011 14h07Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
On Something byH. Belloc ON IMMORTALITYHere and there, scattered rarely among men as men are now, you willfind one man who does not pursue the same ends as his fellows; but in apeculiar manner leads his life as though his eyes were fixed upon somedistant goal or his appetites subjected to some constant and...

 On Something 10 | Ecrit le 05-08-2011 14h06Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
On Something byH. Belloc THE WAY TO FAIRYLANDA child of four years old, having read of Fairyland and of the people init, asked only two days ago, in a very popular attitude of doubt, whetherthere were any such place, and, if so, where it was; for she believed inher heart that the whole thing was a pack of lies.I was happy to be able...

 On Something 9 | Ecrit le 05-08-2011 14h06Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
On Something byH. Belloc PERIGEUX OF THE PERIGORDI knew a man once. I met him in a wooden inn upon a bitterly cold day.He was an American, and we talked of many things. At last he said to me:"Have you ever seen the Matterhorn?""No," said I; for I hated the very name of it. Then he continued:"It is the most surprising thing...

 On Something 8 | Ecrit le 05-08-2011 14h05Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
On Something byH. Belloc ON BRIDGESBelieve me, without bridges the world would be very different to you. Youtake them for granted, you lollop along the road, you cross a bridge. Youmay be so ungrateful as to forget all about it, but it is an awful thing!A bridge is a violation of the will of nature and a challenge. "Youdesired me...

 On Something 7 | Ecrit le 05-08-2011 14h04Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
On Something byH. Belloc THE IRONMONGERWhen I was in the French army we came one day with the guns in July alonga straight and dusty road and clattered into the village called Bar-le-Duc.Of the details of such marches I have often written. I wish now to speak ofanother thing, which, in long accounts of mere rumbling of guns, one...

 On Something 6 | Ecrit le 05-08-2011 14h03Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
On Something byH. Belloc CAEDWALLACaedwalla, a prince out of Wales (though some deny it), wandered in theAndredsweald. He was nineteen years of age and his heart was full of angerfor wrong that had been done him by men of his own blood. For he wasrightfully heir to the throne of the kingdom of Sussex, but he was keptfrom it by the...

 On Something 5 | Ecrit le 05-08-2011 14h02Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
On Something byH. Belloc LETTER OF ADVICE AND APOLOGY TO A YOUNG BURGLARMy dear Ormond,Nothing was further from my thoughts. I had imagined you knew me wellenough--and, for the matter of that, all your mother's family--to judgeme better. Believe me, no conception of blaming your profession enteredmy mind for a moment. Whether there...

 On Something 4 | Ecrit le 05-08-2011 14h02Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
On Something byH. Belloc THE TREE OF KNOWLEDGEThe nation known to history as the Nephalo Ceclumenazenoi, or, moreshortly, the Nepioi, inhabited a fruitful and prosperous districtconsisting in a portion of the mainland and certain islands situated inthe Picrocholian Sea; and had there for countless centuries enjoyed aparticular form of...

 On Something 3 | Ecrit le 05-08-2011 14h00Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
On Something byH. Belloc ON THRUPPENNY BITSPhilip, King of Macedon, destroyer of the liberties of Greece, and fatherto Alexander who tamed the horse Bucephalus, called for the tutor of thatlad, one Aristotle (surnamed the Teacher of the Human Race), to propoundto him a question that had greatly troubled him; for in counting out hismoney...

 On Something 2 | Ecrit le 05-08-2011 14h00Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
On Something byH. Belloc ON UNKNOWN PEOPLEYou will often hear it said that it is astonishing such and such workshould be present and enduring in the world, and yet the name of itsauthor not known; but when one considers the variety of good work and thecircumstances under which it is achieved, and the variety of taste alsobetween...


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