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System of Synthetic Philosophy: Herbert Spencer: review
- Written by Shaun Johnston Shaun Johnston
- Published: January 31, 2018 January 31, 2018
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“Laws of the Knowable,” the second of the two first principles underlying his system, Spencer referred to as:
A statement of the ultimate principles discernible throughout all manifestations of the Absolute – those highest generalizations now being disclosed by Science which are severally true not of one class of phenomena but of all classes of phenomena; and which are thus the keys to all classes of phenomena
To summarize his summary, from his study of science he had arrived at generalizations capable of accounting for everything, even the Absolute. All the rest about Spencer is footnotes. More...
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