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The Connection Between Self-Worth And Depression - Erica Wernick via FilmCourage.com.
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I. The Three Intuitions

IA. Eidetic Intuitions

Intuition is supposed to be a form of direct access. Yet, direct access to what? Does it access directly "intuitions" (abstract objects, akin to numbers 또는 properties - see "Bestowed Existence")? Are intuitions the objects of the mental act of Intuition? Perhaps intuition is the mind's way of interacting directly with Platonic ideals 또는 Phenomenological "essences"? 의해 "directly" I mean without the intellectual mediation of a manipulated symbol system, and without the benefits of inference, observation, experience, 또는 reason.

Kant thought that both...
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No One Should Be A Starving Artist - Erica Wernick via FilmCourage.com.
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Empedocles, a Greek philosopher,scientist and healer who lived in Sicily in the fifth century B.C.,believed that all matter is comprised of the four elements of earth, air, 불, 화재 and water. 불, 화재 and air are outwardly reaching elements, reaching up and out, whereas earth and water turn inward and downward.

In her book, Four Elements in Ancient Greek Philosophy,Tracy Marks describes wide-ranging look at earth, fire, water, and air, and the dynamic twin forces
of 사랑 and Strife. Her book takes one to a journey from ancient Greece to alchemy to Carl Jung's association of sense, feeling, thoughts...
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