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Mon 13 Sep, 2021 08:02 am - it's actually Justitia Omnibus. the I/J difference at the beginning does not matter; the c/t difference in the middle does. (view)
Mon 13 Sep, 2021 07:54 am - What is the right collective noun for a group of judges, as on the Supreme Court: a set of justices, a panel of justices...? (view)
Tue 31 Aug, 2021 01:23 pm - Thank you; but I was not so much asking WHICH translator ought to be credited; what I failed to make explicit in my question was that neither Kierkegaard nor the translators give ANY citation, not... (view)
Mon 30 Aug, 2021 07:10 am - Kierkegaard: The translators of the Princeton paperback either/or vol. I seem not to know that “Du bist vollbracht, Nachtwache meines Daseyns” (p 35) is Droysen’s translation of... (view)
Sun 18 Oct, 2020 07:06 am - I would appreciate it if someone would explain the following. American writers show a pronounced tendency to be born ( not approximately but precisely ) in 1809 or 1819 (ten years' difference)... (view)
Mon 17 Feb, 2020 11:34 am - I have encountered more than once the form Crotuca or crotuca ( as distinct from Crocuta, crocuta) in some presentations of the scientific name of the spotted hyena, whether as generic name or... (view)
Mon 12 Aug, 2019 07:41 pm - 'In regard to Anselm's argument, one can insert "the world" in God's stead and come up with the same conclusion.' If that’s the case, perhaps it is a valid... (view)
Mon 12 Aug, 2019 07:31 pm - The only part of this that makes sense is the last remark about a contradiction. Spinoza says that God is absolutely infinite being. The absolutely infinite being would already include the... (view)
Mon 5 Aug, 2019 01:23 am - Anselm was clear enough. God is that than which nothing greater can be thought. (view)
Tue 2 Jul, 2019 06:44 am - It has been said, "According to Plato, every event must have a cause." Did he say that? If so, can someone supply a citation to support it? (view)
 
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