|periaate englanniksi||morality fi, principle fi, philosophy fi, plank fi|
*: Without morality, intellect were impossible for him; a thoroughly immoral man could not know anything at all! To know a thing, what we can call knowing, a man must first love the thing, sympathize with it: that is, be virtuously related to it.
*: Ellery Jackson Hubbard. . . . A man radiating prosperity, optimism and selfishness. Has no morality whatever. Is a conscious individualist, cold-blooded, pitiless, working only for himself, and believing in nothing but himself.
*: Science and art without morality are not dangerous in the sense commonly supposed. They are not dangerous like a fire, but dangerous like a fog.
*: It may be true that you cannot legislate morality, but behavior can be regulated.
*: I have to live for others and not for myself: thats middle class morality.
*: He smiled a little. "Morality is the average conduct of the average man at a given time and place. It is based on custom and expediency."
*: His morality was such as naturally proceeds from loose opinions.
*: Deputy District Attorney Bill Tingle called Jones "the devils right-hand man" and said he should be punished for his "atrocious morality."
*: "She had done her duty"—"she left the matter to them that had a charge anent such things"—and "Providence would bring the mystery to light in his own fitting time"—such were the moralities with which the good dame consoled herself.
*: What mean these stale moralities,
*: Sir Preacher, from your desk you mumble?
*: Robinson sums up the conclusion of the first part of his book as being "that the task of the moralist is to set in their proper relation to one another the three different types of moral judgment . . . and so reveal the field of morality as a single self-coherent system".
*: Humes morality which ‘implies some sentiment common to all mankind’; Kants morality for all rational beings; Butlers morality with its presupposition of ‘uniformity of conscience’.
*: Let us consider ‘my dog is asleep on the floor’ again. Frege thinks that this sentence can be analyzed in various different ways. Instead of treating it as expressing the application of __ is asleep on the floor to my dog, we can think of it as expressing the application of the concept
my dog is asleep on __
to the object
(see Frege 1919). Frege recognizes what is now a commonplace in the logical analysis of natural language. We can attribute more than one logical form to a single sentence. Let us call this the principle of multiple analyses. Frege does not claim that the [[principle]] always holds, but as we shall see, modern type theory does claim this.
: ux|en|We need some sort of principles to reason from.
: ux|en|The principle of least privilege holds that a process should only receive the permissions it needs.
: I dont doubt your principles.
: You are clearly a person of principle.
: Its the principle of the thing; I wont do business with someone I cant trust.
: Bernoullis Principle
: The Pauli Exclusion Principle prevents two fermions from occupying the same state.
: The principle of the internal combustion engine
*: Cathartine is the bitter, purgative principle of senna.
: ux|en|Many believe that life is the result of some vital principle.
*: Doubting sad end of principle unsound.
*: The soul of man is an active principle.
*: those active principles whose direct and ultimate object is the communication either of enjoyment or suffering
*: Governors should be well principled.
*: Let an enthusiast be principled that he or his teacher is inspired.
: ux|en|Philosophy is often divided into five major branches: logic, metaphysics, epistemology, ethics and aesthetics.
*: During the whole time of his abode in the university he generally spent thirteen hours of the day in study; by which assiduity besides an exact dispatch of the whole course of philosophy, he read over in a manner all classic authors that are extant...
: ux|en|a philosophy of government; a philosophy of education
*: Plato hath (in my seeming) loved this manner of Philosophying, Dialogue wise in good earnest, that therby he might more decently place in sundry mouthes the diversity and variation of his owne conceits.
*: His charity is a better plank than the faith of an intolerant and bitter-minded bigot.
: to plank a floor or a ship
*: Planked with pine.
*: Along the lower river, planked shad dinners (baked and broiled) were highly popular during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
: to plank money in a wager
*: The woman, known as Claudia, fell from a 2m wall after earlier demonstrating the wrong way to plank on a small stool while holding a bottle of wine. A friend said some guests had not heard of planking and Claudia was demonstrating how ridiculous it was.
*: Perth man Simon Carville became an internet sensation after he was photographed planking naked in the arms of famous Perth statue the Eliza.