5 edition of Dialogues on the Beauty of Nature and Moral Reflections on Certain Topics of Natural History found in the catalog.
April 28, 2005
by University Press of America
Written in English
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This Platonic dialogue has been more influential than any other text, save the Bible, in Western history. is the branch of philosophy concerned with the nature and appreciation of art, beauty and good taste. It has also been defined as "critical reflection on art, culture and nature". The word "aesthetics" derives from the Greek. Albéric Magnard's music is a happy amalgam of all that was best in Wagner, Franck, and Debussy. The gentle, nostalgic, and somewhat melancholy reminiscence of the past is a key part of his aesthetic and a clear legacy of his Schola Cantorum training. Yet his music is also progressive, looking forward unmistakably to the 20th century (essay by Michael De Sapio).
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Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion is a philosophical work by the Scottish philosopher David h dialogue, three philosophers named Demea, Philo, and Cleanthes debate the nature of God's existence.
Whether or not these names reference specific philosophers, ancient or otherwise, remains a topic of scholarly dispute. Hume, therefore, had to tiptoe around his true opinions. Even in the posthumously published Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion Hume takes great care to submerge his own opinion underneath layers of literary artifice: the work is written as a dialogue with the author's mouthpiece left unidentified.
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Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion is a philosophical work written by the Scottish philosopher David Hume. Through dialogue, three fictional characters named Demea, Philo, and Cleanthes debate the nature of God's existence. While all three agree that a god exists, they differ sharply in opinion on God's nature or attributes and how, or if, humankind can come to knowledge of a deity.4/5(6).
Plato - Plato - Early dialogues: The works in this group (to be discussed in alphabetical order below) represent Plato’s reception of the legacy of the historical Socrates; many feature his characteristic activity, elenchos, or testing of putative experts.
The early dialogues serve well as an introduction to the corpus. They are short and entertaining and fairly accessible, even to readers. INTRODUCTION. In the only cheap edition of Hume’s “Essays and Treatises” now in the British market, the essays on “Miracles” and “A Particular Providence and a Future State” have been omitted, while the “Natural History of Religion” has been extensively mutilated, at least thirteen separate passages, some of them lengthy, being suppressed in the interests of the popular religion.
But supposing the Author of Nature to be finitely perfect, though far exceeding mankind, a satisfactory account may then be given of natural and moral evil, and every untoward phenomenon be explained and adjusted. A less evil may then be chosen, in order to avoid a greater; inconveniences be submitted to, in order to reach a desirable end; and.
The nature of beauty became a central intellectual question with the emergence of the discipline known as aesthetics in the mid-eighteenth century, when the word was first coined. But not to insist upon these topics, continued PHILO, though most obvious, certain, and important; I must use the freedom to admonish you, CLEANTHES, that you have put the controversy upon a most dangerous issue, and are unawares introducing a total scepticism into the most essential articles of natural and revealed theology.
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Natural law theory, like Kant's moral theory, contains absolute moral laws that admit no exceptions (e.g., the taking of an innocent life, impeding procreation). But these absolutes can result in specific moral judgments that diverge from common moral sense.
Nature is an endless combination and repetition of a very few laws. Ralph Waldo Emerson. Nature is the art of God.
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But not to insist upon these topics, continued PHILO, though most obvious, certain, and important; I must use the freedom to admonish you, CLEANTHES, that you have put the controversy upon a most dangerous issue, and are unawares introducing a total scepticism into the most essential articles of natural and revealed theology.
The Beauty of Nature Essay in English for Students and Children - The poets are the lovers of nature. The countless objects of nature or things of beauty that are a joy forever.
God is the Artist and nature .Emerson ends this section on beauty by mentioning Taste and Art. Taste, he says, is the love of beauty; Art is the creation of it.
Again, he stresses the unity between nature and humanity: A thing is beautiful in itself only if it is beautiful in unison with nature’s whole. In other words, the sum of nature .Some of the primary sources used for this paper include Hume’s most famous works on religion, including The Natural History of Religion and Dialogues concerning Natural Religion.
Secondary and tertiary sources include scholarly critiques of Hume’s texts as well as reviews and journals interpreting his work one way or another.