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FUNDAMENTAL PROBLEMS: The Method of Philosophy as a Systematic Arrangement of Knowledge.

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  • Paperback
  • Publisher: Facsimile: Originally Published in (1903)
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B000KIJCFG
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds
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Vitalism is a profoundly science-ejected concept, though many CAM or 'natural health' cabals falsely claim that vitalism survives scientific scrutiny.

Here's a 1903 text, republished in 2007, that -- surprise, surprise -- illustrates the 'science-ejected status' of vitalism EVEN THEN, about ONE HUNDRED years ago, per:

"the view of life as a substance yielded to the belief in a life principle (a kind of life energy), a view which is generally called vitalism. Vitalism, however, had also to be abandoned, and the life of organisms is now recognized as a phenomenon of nature which depends on the presence of neither a special life-substance or life-principle [p.089]."

-r.c.
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