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Being and Unity

23 Mar 2015

Prof. Haas argues that being and unity imply one another because they are implications, and explains how so—for implications are problems, problematic, so neither merely necessary nor possible. Then if everything said of being could also be said of unity, so too with regards to how we are and are one, with ourselves and others, our thoughts and things, words and deeds.

 

 

Language: English
Departments: School of Philosophy
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