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- view it sub specie aeternitatis—and the view is at once sobering and comical. Later in the article he states: If sub specie aeternitatis there is no reason...
- Nomine Aeternitatis means In the Name of Eternity in Latin. Tharen – all instruments, vocals Elisabeth Toriser – singing|vocals In Nomine Aeternitatis at...
- things sub specie totius (a phrase inspired by Spinoza's sub specie aeternitatis, which roughly means "from the perspective of the eternal"). He sought...
- silentio under silence implied but not expressly stated. sub specie aeternitatis under the sight of eternity Thus, "from eternity's point of view". From...
- evolutionary holism with the ideas of teleology and community: "sub specie aeternitatis". Unabashedly, he argues his vision of society: "Social feeling means...
- many years was falsely attributed to Bonaventure, De septem itineribus aeternitatis, was actually written by Rudolf von Biberach (c. 1270 – 1329). For Isabelle...
- Elsewhere, Wittgenstein deliberately borrowed the expression sub specie aeternitatis from Spinoza (Notebooks, 1914–16, p. 83). The structure of his Tractatus...
- scientific knowledge to philosophical intuition of all things sub specie æternitatis, while Maimonides holds that the road to perfection and immortality is...
- silentio under silence implied but not expressly stated. sub specie aeternitatis under the sight of eternity Thus, "from eternity's point of view". From...
- sees the world and its conflicts, our desires and p****ions sub specie aeternitatis, that is without reference to time. Hegel's obscure and mystical Philosophy...
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