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" We seem to have an infallible paradigm of identity in the identity of a thing with itself. I feel like saying: "Here at any rate there can't be a variety of interpretations. If you are seeing a thing you are seeing identity too". "
Auspicious Wisdom: The Texts and Traditions of Srividya Sakta Tantrism in ... - Seite xvii
von Douglas Renfrew Brooks - 1992 - 301 Seiten
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Contemporary Perspectives in the Philosophy of Language, Band 1

Peter A. French, Theodore Edward Uehling, Howard K. Wettstein - 1979 - 417 Seiten
...thing you are seeing identity too." Then are two things the same when they are what one thing is? And how am I to apply what the one thing shows me to the case of two things?4 Wittgenstein was by no means the first to feel the tension between the two applications of...
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Imagining Religion: From Babylon to Jonestown

Jonathan Z. Smith - 1982 - 165 Seiten
...solved by theories and reasons, of which we have had too little. So we are left with the question, "How am I to apply what the one thing shows me to the case of two things?" The possibility of the study of religion depends on its answer. 3 Sacred Persistence: Toward...
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Grazer Philosophische Studien, Bände 25-26

Rudolf Haller - 1986 - 602 Seiten
...thing you are seeing identity too". Then are two things the same when they are what one thing is? And how am I to apply what the one thing shows me to the case of two things? 216. "A thing is identical with itself. — There is no finer example of a useless proposition,...
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Language, Reality, and Analysis: Essays on Indian Philosophy

Gaṇeśvara Miśra - 1990 - 101 Seiten
...thing you are seeing identity too." Then are two things the same when they are what one thing is? And how am I to apply what the one thing shows me to the case of two things?" (Investigations, Section 215) So, law of identity cannot be understood either with the help...
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The Notion of "religion" in Comparative Research: Selected Proceedings of ...

International Association for the History of Religions. Congress - 1994 - 921 Seiten
...comparisons or the reasons for its practice... So we are left with the question [posed by Wittgenstein], "How am I to apply what the one thing shows me to the case of two things?" The possibility of the study of religion depends on its answer. ' Among the various modes...
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Veda and Torah: Transcending the Textuality of Scripture

Barbara A. Holdrege - 1996 - 765 Seiten
...comparisons or the reasons for its practice. ... So we are left with the question [posed by Wittgenstein], "How am I to apply what the one thing shows me to the case of two things?" The possibility of the study of religion depends on its answer.62 Among the various modes...
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A Historical Introduction to the Philosophy of Mind: Readings with Commentary

Peter A. Morton - 1996 - 516 Seiten
...destroys this notion with one blow: "Then are two things the same when they are what one thing is? And how am I to apply what the one thing shows me to the case of two things?" (215). The point to he made here is that when one has given oneself the private rule 'I will...
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...somehow address even if temporarily, the issue of comparison itself, which as Smith described it is this: "How am I to apply what the one thing shows me to the case of two things?" 79 Or as Jacques Derrida wrote in his characteristic style: "We must first try to conceive...
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A Magic Still Dwells: Comparative Religion in the Postmodern Age

Kimberley C. Patton, Benjamin C. Ray - 2000 - 245 Seiten
...solved by theories and reasons, of which we have had too little. So we are left with the question, "How am I to apply what the one thing shows me to the case of two things?" The possibility of the study of religion depends on its answer. Notes This essay originally...
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The Making of Orthodoxy: Essays in Honour of Henry Chadwick

Rowan Williams - 2002 - 368 Seiten
...us to say anything about the unity between them. ' Comparison is, at base, never identity ' ; so, ' How am I to apply what the one thing shows me to the case of other things?' (p. 36). If we are not permitted to speak of 'essences', how shall we define a religion...
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