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The Positive Outcome of Philosophy The Nature of Human Brain Work. Letters on Logic.

By Joseph Dietzgen
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  • THE POSITIVE OUTCOME OF PHILOSOPHY The Nature of Human Brain Work Letters on Logic. The Positive Outcome of Philosophy BY JOSEPH DIETZGEN
  • CONTENTS
  • INTRODUCTION
  • The Nature of Human Brain Work
  • PREFACE
  • I. INTRODUCTION
  • II PURE REASON OR THE FACULTY OF THOUGHT IN GENERAL
  • III THE NATURE OF THINGS
    • FOOTNOTE:
  • IV THE PRACTICE OF REASON IN PHYSICAL SCIENCE
  • V "PRACTICAL REASON" OR MORALITY
    • FOOTNOTE:
  • Letters on Logic
  • FIRST LETTER
  • SECOND LETTER
  • THIRD LETTER
    • FOOTNOTE:
  • FOURTH LETTER
  • FIFTH LETTER
  • SIXTH LETTER
  • SEVENTH LETTER
  • EIGHTH LETTER
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • NINTH LETTER
  • TENTH LETTER
    • FOOTNOTE:
  • ELEVENTH LETTER
  • TWELFTH LETTER
  • THIRTEENTH LETTER
  • FOURTEENTH LETTER
  • FIFTEENTH LETTER
  • SIXTEENTH LETTER
    • FOOTNOTE:
  • SEVENTEENTH LETTER
  • EIGHTEENTH LETTER
  • NINETEENTH LETTER
  • TWENTIETH LETTER
  • TWENTY-FIRST LETTER
  • TWENTY-SECOND LETTER
  • TWENTY-THIRD LETTER (A)
  • (B)
  • TWENTY-FOURTH LETTER
  • The Positive Outcome of Philosophy
  • PREFACE
  • I POSITIVE KNOWLEDGE AS A SPECIAL OBJECT
  • II THE POWER OF COGNITION IS KIN TO THE UNIVERSE
  • III AS TO HOW THE INTELLECT IS LIMITED AND UNLIMITED
  • IV THE UNIVERSALITY OF NATURE
  • V THE UNDERSTANDING AS A PART OF THE HUMAN SOUL
  • VI CONSCIOUSNESS IS ENDOWED WITH THE FACULTY OF KNOWING AS WELL AS WITH THE FEELING OF THE UNIVERSALITY OF ALL NATURE
    • FOOTNOTE:
  • VII THE RELATIONSHIP OR IDENTITY OF SPIRIT AND NATURE
  • VIII UNDERSTANDING IS MATERIAL
  • IX THE FOUR PRINCIPLES OF LOGIC
  • X THE FUNCTION OF UNDERSTANDING ON THE RELIGIOUS FIELD
  • XI THE DISTINCTION BETWEEN CAUSE AND EFFECT IS ONE OF THE MEANS OF UNDERSTANDING
  • XII MIND AND MATTER: WHICH IS PRIMARY, WHICH SECONDARY?
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • XIII THE EXTENT TO WHICH THE DOUBTS OF THE POSSIBILITY OF CLEAR AND ACCURATE UNDERSTANDING HAVE BEEN OVERCOME
  • XIV CONTINUATION OF THE DISCUSSION ON THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DOUBTFUL AND EVIDENT UNDERSTANDING
  • XV CONCLUSION
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