Excerpt from Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, Vol. 20: Containing the Papers Read Before the Society During the Forty-First Session, 1919-1920
Let me say in parenthesis that I am not now objecting to this way of looking at things in itself, but only to the use that is... made of it to resolve all finite things, along with their relations and interactions, into a tissue of contradictions for it is just this tissue Of finite things and their mutual appearances that constitute our real world. Our procedure, it is allowed, naturally makes its start from [these] common facts of our lives.' Nevertheless, in almost the same breath we are told that We should begin from above. This is the method I am venturing to question; and surely what we naturally do and have always done is a procedure that should either be directly refuted at the outset or at any rate discredited by one that supersedes it by better results. Let us then brie¿y examine some Of these results.
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