Utopia

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The theory that Adam had such jurisdiction and passed it to successors by primogeniture or by his will must be rejected, since Adam's power was domestic, not political; natural law does not make the progenitor king over his posterity. Such a doctrine was common in the Ockham, see William of Ockham [1995a], p. 72ff. Dreyfus teaches at least one course each semester. Epicurus has shiny gods, permeable to wind and light, who are lodged between two worlds which serve as fortresses protecting them from being battered; they are clothed in human shape, with limbs like ours which are quite useless. (Michel de Montaigne, 1572) Links / Ancient Greek Philosophy, Philosophers Metaphysics: Problem of One and the Many - Brief History of Metaphysics and Solutions to the Fundamental Problems of Uniting the; One and the Many, Infinite and the Finite, Eternal and the Temporal, Absolute and Relative, Continuous and Discrete, Simple and Complex, Matter and Universe.

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Publisher: IndyPublish.com (December 2002)

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