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  • Title: Book: RoP: Darwinism and World Conception (Pt2 Ch2)
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    • ancestor. There had been, probably millions of years before, a species
    • Beginning with the gastraea, which lived millions of years ago, what
  • Title: Book: RoP: The World as Illusion (Pt2 Ch3)
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    • 1871), James Mill (1773 – 1836), John Stuart Mill (1806
    • John Stuart Mill belongs with those thinkers who are deeply
    • father, James Mill, who was himself an important thinker. Through
    • Stuart Mill as one whose destiny had so uniquely been to live almost
    • Mill's thought developed in order to obtain clarity concerning these
    • problems was probably determined early by his father. James Mill had
    • external world. This mistrust is the basis of John Stuart Mill's
    • thinkable than that between Mill's Logic and Hegel's Science
    • Mill, however, experiences himself not as a part of the world but as a
    • thoughts that man forms concerning them are met by Mill with distrust.
    • This is the question John Stuart Mill asks. If a single human being
    • added from an outside source to this essence. Mill's logic is the
    • Mill points out that the thoughts, which in a certain age appear as
    • It is the method of observation that John Stuart Mill attempts to
    • considered as being grounded in the nature of things. Mill wants to
    • proceed from one correct thought to the next. Mill's logic is a means
    • statement. For John Stuart Mill, the world is thus an alien element.
    • imagine that the world could also be entirely different. Mill is
    • Mill is merely consistent in his bystander viewpoint of the world when
    • what he can know about himself. Mill reflects on the facts of memory
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