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  • inner activity; activity, inner

    For Aristotle (in his Ethica Nicomachea),“human good turns out to be activity of soul in accordance with virtue, and if …

  • facts

    What are facts? In themselves, even if correct and not distorted by personal or political bias, facts cannot only be …

  • technique

    While technique refers to the application of the rules of an art to its object, its meaning has undergone a …

  • transcendence

    „Transcendence“ is conventionally used in the sense of God’s transcendence. But as a human phenomenon we deal with transcending the …

  • dream

    In view of the fact that there is no expression of mental activity which does not appear in the dream, …

  • triviality

    One might define „trivial“ as an attitude that is concerned only with the surface of things, not with their causes …