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There were men in the medi aeval period imbued with the modern instincts for indepen off the period of it, dence and for scientific investigation; and there were few in the seventeenth century who were untouched philosophers But the teaching of the greater number of medievalism. by philosophical thinkers and, thus, the trend of philosophical thought certainly shows signs of a change toward the end of the sixteenth and the beginning of the seventeenth century. We are therefore justified in dating modern philosophy from this time.
These distinctions may be readily illustrated. The physi ologist, for example, does not inquire whether or not the limited object of his study, the living cell, is in its fundamental raise the question nature a physical or a psychical phenomenon whether, in other words, protoplasm reduces, on the one hand, to physical On the con energy, or, on the other hand, to consciousness. trary the physiologist, properly unconcerned about the 1 R. B. Haldane, com- Cf. , p. 19. Chapters i, 2, 6, for discussion of the nature of philosophy and cf.
1jv 5* &\r)()ivofa, ^yc6, c^ij, rlvas X^ytis tfuXofled/xoras. THE NATURE ; TOI)S PLATO. OF PHILOSOPHY WHEN Socrates, in the immortal conversation at the house of Cephalus, denned the philosopher as lover of the vision of was describing, not the metaphysician, but the For philosophy, in the more technical sense, differs from the mere love of wisdom; it is reasoned knowledge, not pure insight, and the philosophic lover of the vision must work out the blessed way to realized truth. With philosophy in this more restricted meaning of the term, a meaning which Plato and Aristotle fixed by adopting it, this chapter and this book will principally deal.