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Art.I. - On the whole doctrine of final causes

William J. Irons

Art.I. - On the whole doctrine of final causes

a dissertation

by William J. Irons

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Published by s.n. in [S.l .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Teleology.,
  • Causation.,
  • Deism.

  • Edition Notes

    Caption title.

    Other titlesOn the whole doctrine of final causes.
    Statementby William I. Irons.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. [1]-28 ;
    Number of Pages28
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19185342M

    What we call the Reformation was fundamentally, when looked at from a spiritual point of view, a great revival of religion; when looked at from the theological point of view, a great revival of Augustinianism. 2 It was the one just because it was the other. Revolting from the domination of ecclesiastical machinery, men found their one haven of rest in the sovereignty of God. But, as the whole is by necessity prior to the part, the State is by nature clearly prior to the family and to the individual. In the State, then, must reside the chief good for man. It is better and more complete both to attain and secure. {5} That man is good who fulfils the end and aim of the State.

    The final blow to the political respectability of the Negro came with disfranchisement in the final decade of the Nineteenth Century and the early years of the present century when the discriminatory provisions were written into the state constitutions. 21 That problem the Court dealt with during the next forty years from Guinn v. For Thomas, the final cause is “the cause of all causes” (On the Principles of Nature, ch. 4) and so the final, formal, efficient, and material causes go “hand in hand.” If an object has a tendency to act in a certain way, for example, frogs tend to jump and swim, that tendency—final causality—requires that the frog has a certain.

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