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Of the Classification of the Sciences. Second Paper. Of the Practical Sciences 

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Resource ID

1743

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Contributed by

Frederik Wellmann

type of material

A. MS.

Category

SCIENCES OF REVIEW / CLASSIFICATION OF THE SCIENCE (MS 1334-1347), SCIENCES OF REVIEW / CLASSIFICATION OF THE SCIENCES (MS 1334-1347)

description

Published, in part, in the following order: 7.53-57, 7.381n19, and 7.58 (pages 4-10, 21, 23, 75-76). Omitted: a discussion of different systems of classifying the sciences. Every natural classification is based on the purpose or quasi-purpose of the objects classified. Purpose has its root in desire. And every desire is a phase of instinct. A good classification of the instincts affords a key to purposes in general and to scientific purposes in particular. Elaborate classification of instincts.

general index

Practice and Practical, classification of Science

pagination

pp. 1-103, unfinished; plus 90 pp. of other drafts

Date

1902

manuscript number

1343

publication

G-c.1902-5

topic

SCIENCES OF REVIEW / CLASSIFICATION OF THE SCIENCES

manuscript contains non-textual content

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