Positing sentence example

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  • If the ego be pure activity, free activity, it can only become aware of itself by positing some limit.
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  • This construction, or self-determination, is what Fichte called positing (setzen).
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  • Hence he united theoretical and practical reason, which Kant had separated, and both with will, which Kant had distinguished; for he held that the Ego, in positing the non-Ego, posits both its own limit and its own means to the end, duty, by its activity of thinking which requires will.
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  • The pure ego is inferred from the fact that the non-ego is realized only in the act of the ego in positing it.
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  • But within this scheme it unifies existing understanding rather than positing any new specific principles.
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  • To this end, many enthusiasts and pundits are positing that, once again, the issue lies with AT&T and not with Apple.
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  • The conclusion of his epistemology is that we start with ourselves positing subjective sensations - e.g.
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  • In philosophy he found the basis for positing a, collective human will, revealing in its activities the materials for determining ethical laws.
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  • Moreover, by positing the ontological primacy of potentiality, Cavendish is proposing a model which accommodates more highly differentiated, multi-dimensional thinking.
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