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  • Title: Book: RoP: World Conceptions of Scientific Factuality (Pt2 Ch5)
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    • Although they started from de Tracy, two thinkers — Maine de Biran
    • Biran is a subtle observer of the human spirit. What in Rousseau seems
    • we find in Biran in the form of clear and concrete thinking. Two
    • Biran who is a profoundly thoughtful psychologist: What man is through
    • corresponds to it in the external world? For this reason, Biran is
    • consciousness emerges in the soul. Biran's search for wisdom within
    • The attraction of Biran's wisdom lies in the intimate way in which he
    • The writings of Biran that allow the deepest insight into his thought
    • book, Maine de Biran. Sa vie et ses pensées, 1857, and his
    • edition, Oeuvres inédités de Maine de Biran). As old men,
    • philosophers; Biran was a younger member among them. Ampère was among
    • those who were acquainted with Biran's views. As a natural scientist,
    • Biran's mode of conception is more intimate, that of Ampère

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