Aristotle. We are sensing things. Series 1.1.

“All men by nature desire to know.  An indication we have for this is the delight we take in our senses; for even apart from their usefulness, they are desired for themselves….”

Aristotle. Trans. W.D. Ross. Metaphysics. Book I. Part I.

See also: Thomas Hobbes. We are sensing, social things. Series 1. 2. and Just a thought. 8.

We are sensing things. 

Categories: Series, The Problem of Evil

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