Events and Acts

  • Nathan Rotenstreich
Part of the The Van Leer Jerusalem Foundation Series book series (JVLF, volume 3)


Having examined the various aspects of theory both from the standpoint of the act of the understanding and from that of the spherical contents, we now turn our attention to the nature of the act or deed. It will not be necessary here to review the characterizations found in the systems of traditional philosophy. Our purpose is to clarify the principal features of acts themselves.


Traditional Philosophy Artistic Activity Categorical Imperative Spherical Content Orderly Arrangement 
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  1. 1.
    F. H. Bradley, “The Definition of Will” (II) in Collected Essays (Oxford: 1935), Vol. II, p. 517.Google Scholar

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© Martinus Nijhoff. The Hague, The Netherlands 1977

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