By Paul Weiss
Philosophy in method, quantity 10, maintains the booklet of the operating journals, the highbrow diary of 1 of the best glossy metaphysicians. It offers the original chance to event him at paintings, considering severely approximately his previous writings and breaking flooring within the construction of recent works.
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For quite a while I have been having pains in my right leg due to arthritis, and have had various drugs prescribed with indifferent effects. I have been working steadily on the book on politics, writing hundreds and hundreds of pages and going over them again and again, but leaving much unclear and unfocused. But in the last week, I have been responding very well to piroxicam. It allows me to sleep the night through, most of the time. As a consequence, I have been able to renew work on the bookbeginning once again at the beginningrather well.
7, pt. 2-: SUNY series in philosophy) Vol. 7, pt. 2-has imprint: Ablany: State University of New York Press. Contents: v. 1. v. 2. ]v. 10. April 15, 1984-January 18, 1986. 1. PhilosophyCollected works. I. Title. II. Series: SUNY series in philosophy. ) 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Page v For Mortimer J. Adler Page vi Books by Paul Weiss Beyond All Appearances (1974) Cinematics (1975) First Considerations (1977) The God We Seek (1964) History: Written and Lived (1962) The Making of Men (1967) Man's Freedom (1950) Modes of Being (1958) Nature and Man (1947) Nine Basic Arts (1961) Our Public Life (1959) Philosophy in Process, Vol.
Western religions are content with the supposition that there was a divine promise and that this guarantees the existence of a continuing concern. But now the question is begged, for we can accept the existence of such a promise only if we already accept the religion. One can, with Whitehead, treat the universe as impoverished, unable to have a direction unless this was provided by a divine being. The supposition that things continue and that what they now do is involved with a limited range of possibilities (or one possibility having many specific forms), on his view, requires a God, but only became things were viewed as needing such a being to present possibilities to them.