* In the article on "The Monistic
Theory of Truth" in "Philosophical Essays" (Longmans, 1910), reprinted from the "Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society," 1906-7.
British philosopher and historian Isaiah Berlin has said all racial or ethnic conflicts arise from the pursuit of a monistic
Should the leaders of Pakistan want it to be more of a pluralistic state than how monistic
it presently is, it mustn't make a gift of it for the perpetrators of extremism as effortlessly as the past is a witness of.
(15) Taylor takes up a standardly monistic
conception of Hegel's absolute idealism: thought and reality are ultimately one, but this unity is realized instrumentally through human minds.
According to both the monistic
and dualistic theory about the relationship between international and domestic law, in case of a conflict between the two, international law is given precedence.
His topics include the sociological law of retrospection: the law of revolutionary retrospection as a consequence of economic materialism, Comtism and Marxism: positivism and the monistic
comprehension of history, what economic materialism is, a few main principles in the development of art, and the social dialectic in Vico's philosophy.
Imagine drawing a line from Max Weber's classic "The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism" (1904-05) through Colin Campbell's "The Romantic Ethic" and the "Spirit of Modern Consumerism" (1987), along with Asian analogues to the ecotopian salvation maps of more or less monistic
"spirituality" now spreading among younger, better-educated Americans, as evidenced by Pew's national surveys of the unchurched.
Due to the Visible reversibility already defended by Daly, the embodied self-reflector will not project a solipsistic world into monistic
The relationship between human beings and nature can be expressed as either being monistic
Folk/funk/hip-hop musician Joe Driscoll and Guinea-born musician Sekou Kouyate have created their second album as a duo, Monistic
The case study is preceded by an exploration, summarised in section two of this paper, of rival monistic
and pluralistic views on rationality and public decision-making and their influence on institutionalised procedures.