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“网 赌 一 分 彩”Thereformedsystemofeducationwastobenotonlymoralandreligiousbutalsoseverelyscientific.Theplacegiventomathematicsasthefoundationofarightintellectualtrainingismostremarkable,andshowshowtrulyPlatoapprehendedtheconditionsunderwhichknowledgeisacquiredandenlarged.Here,asinotherrespects,heis,moreeventhanAristotle,theprecursorofAugusteComte.Hearrangesthemathematicalsciences,sofarastheythenexisted,intheirlogicalorder;andhisremarksonthemostgeneralideassuggestedbyastronomyreadlikeadivinationofrationalmechanics.ThatarecommendationofsuchstudiesshouldbeputintothemouthofSocratesisastrikingincongruity.TheolderPlatogrewthefartherheseemstohaveadvancedfromthehumanisttothenaturalisticpointofview;and,hadhebeenwillingtoconfessit,HippiasandProdicusweretheteacherswithwhomhefinallyfoundhimselfmostinsympathy.ThisabsoluteseparationofFormandMatter,undertheirnewnamesofThoughtandExtension,oncegrasped,variousprinciplesofCartesianismwillfollowfromitbylogicalnecessity.Firstcomestheexclusionoffinalcausesfromphilosophy,orratherfromNature.Therewasnot,aswithEpicurus,anyanti-theologicalfeelingconcernedintheirrejection.WithAristotle,againstwhomDescartesisalwaysprotesting,thefinalcausewasnotamarkofdesigningintelligenceimposedonMatterfromwithout;itwasonlyaparticularaspectofForm,therealisationofwhatMatterwasalwaysstrivingafterbyvirtueofitsinherentpotentiality.WhenFormwasconceivedonlyaspurethought,therecouldbenoquestionofsuchaprocess;themosthighlyorganisedbodiesbeingonlymodesoffiguredextension.TherevivalofAtomismhad,nodoubt,agreatdealtodowiththepreferenceforamechanicalinterpretationoflife.AristotlehadhimselfshownwithmasterlyclearnessthedifferencebetweenhisviewofNatureandthattakenbyDemocritus;thusindicatingbeforehandthedirectioninwhichanalternativetohisownteachingmightbesought;andBaconhad,infact,alreadyreferredwithapprovaltotheexamplesetbyDemocritusindealingwithteleologicalenquiries.

Fromanotherpointofview,aswehavealreadyobservedwithKirchner,thefundamentaltriadassumedbyPlotinusisbody,soul,andspirit.Undertheirobjectiveaspectofthesensibleuniverse,theworld-soul,andtheNous,thesethreeprinciplesconstitutethesumofallreality.TakeawaypluralityfromNousandthereremainstheOne.Takeawaysoulfrombodyandthereremainsunformedmatter.Thesearethetwotranscendentprinciplesbetweenwhichtheothersextend,andbywhosecombinationinvariousproportionstheyareexplained.ItistruethatPlotinushimselfdoesnotalludetothepossibilityofsuchananalysis,butitexhibits,betterthananyother,thenaturalorderofhisdialectic.

Thedishonourwasforthetownsmenwho,inanoutbreakofinsanefanaticism,drovetheblamelesstruthseekerfromhisadoptedhome.AnaxagoraswastheintimatecompanionofPericles,andPericleshadmademanyenemiesbyhisdomesticaswellasbyhisforeignpolicy.Acoalitionofharassedinterestsandoffendedprejudiceswasformedagainsthim.Acryarosethatreligionandtheconstitutionwereindanger.TheAthenianshadtoomuchgoodsensetodismisstheirgreatdemocraticMinister,buttheypermittedtheillustriousstatesman’spoliticalopponentstostrikeathimthroughhisfriends.29Aspasiawassavedonlybythetearsofherlover.Pheidias,thegrandest,mostspiritual-mindedartistofalltime,wasarrestedonachargeofimpiety,anddiedinaprisonofthecitywhosetempleswereadornedwiththeimperishablemonumentsofhisreligiousinspiration.Adecreeagainst‘astronomersandatheists’wassoevidentlyaimedatAnaxagorasthatthephilosopherretiredtoLampsacus,wherehediedattheageofseventy-two,universallyadmiredandrevered.AltarsdedicatedtoReasonandTruthwereerectedinhishonour,andforcenturieshismemorycontinuedtobecelebratedbyanannualfeast.30Hiswholeexistencehadbeendevotedtoscience.Whenaskedwhatmadelifeworthliving,heanswered,‘Thecontemplationoftheheavensandoftheuniversalcosmicorder.’Thereplywaslikeatitle-pagetohisworks.Wecanseethatspecialisationwas38beginning,thatthepositivescienceswereseparatingthemselvesfromgeneraltheoriesaboutNature,andcouldbecultivatedindependentlyofthem.Asingleindividualmight,indeed,combinephilosophyofthemostcomprehensivekindwithadetailedenquiryintosomeparticularorderofphenomena,buthecoulddothiswithoutbringingthetwostudiesintoanyimmediateconnexionwitheachother.SuchseemstohavebeenthecasewithAnaxagoras.Hewasaprofessionalastronomerandalsotheauthorofamodifiedatomichypothesis.This,fromitsgreatercomplexity,seemsmorelikelytohavebeensuggestedbythepurelyquantitativeconceptionofLeucippusthantohaveprecededitintheorderofevolution.Democritus,andprobablyhisteacheralso,drewaverysharpdistinctionbetweenwhatwereafterwardscalledtheprimaryandsecondaryqualitiesofmatter.ExtensionandresistancealonehadarealexistenceinNature,whiletheattributescorrespondingtoourspecialsensations,suchastemperature,taste,andcolour,wereonlysubjectively,or,asheexpressedit,conventionallytrue.Anaxagorasaffirmednolessstronglythanhisyoungercontemporariesthatthesumofbeingcanneitherbeincreasednordiminished,thatallthingsariseandperishbycombinationanddivision,andthatbodiesareformedoutofindestructibleelements;liketheAtomists,again,heregardedtheseelementarysubstancesasinfiniteinnumberandinconceivablyminute;onlyheconsideredthemasqualitativelydistinct,andasresemblingonaninfinitesimalscalethehighestcompoundsthattheybuildup.Notonlyweregold,iron,andtheothermetalsformedofhomogeneousparticles,butsuchsubstancesasflesh,bone,andbloodwere,accordingtohim,equallysimple,equallydecomposable,intomoleculesoflikenaturewiththemselves.Thus,asAristotlewellobserves,hereversedthemethodofEmpedocles,andtaughtthatearth,air,fire,andwaterwerereallythemostcomplexofallbodies,sincetheysupplied39nourishmenttothelivingtissues,andthereforemustcontainwithinthemselvesthemultitudinousvarietyofunitsbywhoseaggregationindividualisedorganicsubstanceismadeup.31Furthermore,ourphilosopherheldthatoriginallythisintermixturehadbeenstillmorethoroughgoing,allpossiblequalitiesbeingsimultaneouslypresentinthesmallestparticlesofmatter.TheresultingstateofchaoticconfusionlasteduntilNous,orReason,cameandsegregatedtheheterogeneouselementsbyaprocessofcontinuousdifferentiationleadinguptothepresentarrangementofthings.BothPlatoandAristotlehavecommendedAnaxagorasforintroducingintospeculationtheconceptionofReasonasacosmicworld-orderingpower;bothhavecensuredhimformakingsolittleuseofhisowngreatthought,forattributingalmosteverythingtosecondary,material,mechanicalcauses;fornoteverywhereapplyingtheteleologicalmethod;infact,fornotanticipatingtheBridgewaterTreatisesandprovingthattheworldisconstructedonaplanofperfectwisdomandgoodness.LessfortunatethantheAthenians,wecannotpurchasetheworkofAnaxagorasonNatureatanorchestralbook-stallforthemoderatepriceofadrachma;butweknowenoughaboutitscontentstocorrectthesomewhatpetulantandsuperficialcriticismofaschoolperhapslessinsympathythanwearewithitsauthor’smethodofresearch.EvidentlytheClazomenianphilosopherdidnotmeanbyReasonanethicalforce,apowerwhichmakesforhumanhappinessorvirtue,noryetareflectingintelligence,adesigneradaptingmeanstoends.ToallappearancestheNouswasnotaspiritinthesensewhichweattach,orwhichAristotleattachedtotheterm.Itwas,accordingtoAnaxagoras,thesubtlestandpurestofallthings,totallyunmixedwithothersubstances,andthereforeabletocontrolandbringthemintoorder.Thisisnothowmenspeakofanimmaterialinextendedconsciousness.Thetruthisthatno40amountofphysicalsciencecouldcreate,althoughitmightleadtowardsaspiritualisticphilosophy.Spiritualismfirstarosefromthesophisticnegationofanexternalworld,fromtheexclusivestudyofman,fromtheSocraticsearchaftergeneraldefinitions.Yet,ifNousoriginallymeantintelligence,howcoulditlosethisprimarysignificationandbecomeidentifiedwithameremodeofmatter?Theansweris,thatAnaxagoras,whosewholelifewasspentintracingouttheorderofNature,wouldinstinctivelythinkofhisownintelligenceasadiscriminating,identifyingfaculty;would,consequently,conceiveitsobjectivecounterpartundertheformofadifferentiatingandintegratingpower.Allprecedingthinkershadrepresentedtheirsupremebeingundermaterialconditions,eitherasoneelementsinglyorasasumtotalwhereelementaldifferencesweremerged.AnaxagorasdifferedfromthemchieflybytheverysharpdistinctiondrawnbetweenhisinformingprincipleandtherestofNature.TheabsoluteintermixtureofqualitieswhichhepresupposesbearsaverystrongresemblancebothtotheSphairosofEmpedoclesandtothefieryconsummationofHeracleitus,itmayevenhavebeensuggestedbythem.Only,whatwiththemwasthehighestformofexistencebecomeswithhimthelowest;thoughtisassertingitselfmoreandmore,andinterpretingthelawofevolutioninaccordancewithitsownimperiousdemands.

Wecanunderstand,then,whythephilosophywhich,whenfirstpromulgated,hadtendedtowithdrawitsadherentsfromparticipationinpubliclife,should,whentransplantedtoRomansoil,havebecomeassociatedwithanenergeticinterestinpolitics;whyitwassoeagerlyembracedbythosenoblestatesmenwhofoughttothedeathindefenceoftheirancientliberties;howitcouldbecomethecementofasenatorialoppositionundertheworstCaesars;howitcouldbetheinspirationandsupportofRome’sPrimeMinisterduringthatquinquenniumNeroniswhichwastheonebrightepisodeinmorethanhalfacenturyofshameandterror;how,finally,itcouldmountthethronewithMarcusAurelius,andprove,throughhisexample,thattheworld’sworkmightbemostfaithfullyperformedbyoneinwhosemeditationsmereworldlyinterestsoccupiedthesmallestspace.NorcanweagreewithZellerinthinkingthatitwasthenationality,andnotthephilosophy,ofthesediscipleswhichmadethemsuchefficientstatesmen.81Onthecontrary,itseemstousthatthe‘Romanism’ofthesemenwasinseparablefromtheirphilosophy,andthattheywereallthemoreRomanbecausetheywereStoicsaswell.

IthasalreadybeenobservedthatthethoughtsofSocrateswerethrownintoshapeforandbycommunication,thattheyonlybecamedefinitewhenbroughtintovivifyingcontactwithanotherintelligence.Suchwasespeciallythecasewithhismethodofethicaldialectic.Insteadoftenderinghisadviceintheformofalecture,asothermoralistshaveatalltimesbeensofondofdoing,hesoughtoutsomepre-existingsentimentoropinioninconsistentwiththeconductofwhichhedisapproved,andthengraduallyworkedroundfrompointtopoint,untiltheoryandpracticewereexhibitedinimmediatecontrast.Here,hisreasoning,whichissometimesspokenofasexclusivelyinductive,wasstrictlysyllogistic,beingtheapplicationofagenerallawtoaparticularinstance.Withthegrowingemancipationofreason,wemayobserveareturntotheSocraticmethodofmoralisation.Insteadofrewardsandpunishments,whichencourageselfishcalculation,orexamples,whichstimulateamischievousjealousywhentheydonotcreateaspiritofservileimitation,thejudicioustrainerwillfindhismotivepowerinthepupil’sincipienttendencytoformmoraljudgments,which,whenreflectedonthe155individual’sownactions,becomewhatwecallaconscience.IthasbeenmentionedintheprecedingchapterthatthecelebratedgoldenruleofjusticewasalreadyenunciatedbyGreekmoralistsinthefourthcenturyB.C.PossiblyitmayhavebeenfirstformulatedbySocrates.Inallcasesitoccursinthewritingsofhisdisciples,andhappilyexpressesthedriftofhisentirephilosophy.Thisgeneralisingtendencywas,indeed,sonaturaltoanobleGreek,thatinstancesofitoccurlongbeforephilosophybegan.WefinditinthefamousquestionofAchilles:‘Didnotthiswholewarbeginonaccountofawoman?AretheAtreidaetheonlymenwholovetheirwives?’99andinthenownotlessfamousapostrophetoLycaon,remindinghimthatanearlydeathisthelotoffarworthiermenthanhe100—utteranceswhichcomeonuswiththeawfuleffectoflightningflashes,thatilluminatethewholehorizonofexistencewhiletheyparalyseordestroyanindividualvictim.Andso,withthedissolutionofourbodilyorganism,themusicofconsciousnesswouldpassawayforever.PerhapsnoformofpsychologytaughtintheGreekschoolshasapproachednearertomodernthoughtthanthis.ItwasprofessedatThebesbytwoPythagoreans,CebesandSimmias,inthetimeofPlato.Herightlyregardedthemasformidableopponents,fortheywerereadytograntwhateverheclaimedforthesoulinthewayofimmaterialityandsuperioritytothebody,whiledenyingthepossibilityofitsseparateexistence.Wemaysofaranticipatethecourseofourexpositionastomentionthatthedirectargumentbywhichhemetthemwasareferencetothemovingpowerofmind,andtotheconstraintexercisedbyreasonoverpassionateimpulse;characteristicswhichtheanalogywithamusicalharmonyfailedtoexplain.Buthischiefreliancewasonanorderofconsiderations,thehistoricalgenesisofwhichweshallnowproceedtotrace.

Nevertheless,afterallhasbeensaid,weareconsciousofagreatchangeinpassingfromtheGreekmoralisttotheRomanpoet.Weseemtobebreathinganewatmosphere,tofindtheoldideasinformedwithanunwontedlife,tofeelourselvesinthepresenceofonewhohasapowerofstampinghisconvictionsonusnotordinarilypossessedbythemereimitativedisciple.Theexplanationofthisdifference,wethink,liesinthefactthatLucretiushassomanipulatedtheEpicureandoctrinesastoconvertthemfromasystemintoapicture;andthathehassaturatedthispicturewithanemotionaltoneentirelywantingtothespiritofEpicureanismasitwasoriginallydesigned.Itiswiththelatterelementthatwemaymostconvenientlybegin.

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    ThereisnoreasontobelievethatHippiasusedhisdistinctionbetweenNatureandconventionasanargumentfordespotism.Itwouldratherappearthat,ifanything,heandhisschooldesiredtoestablishamorecompleteequalityamongmen.Others,however,bothrhetoriciansandpracticalstatesmen,werenotslowtodrawanoppositeconclusion.Theysawthatwherenolawwasrecognised,asbetweendifferentnations,nothingbutviolenceandtherightofthestrongerprevailed.Itwasoncebelievedthataggressionswhichhumanlawcouldnotreachfoundnofavourwiththegods,anddreadofthedivinedispleasuremayhavedonesomethingtowardsrestrainingthem.Butreligionhadpartlybeendestroyedbythenewculture,partlypervertedintoasanctionforwrong-doing.Bywhatright,itwasasked,didZeushimselfreign?Hadhenotunlawfullydethronedhisfather,Cronos,anddidhenotnowholdpowersimplybyvirtueofsuperiorstrength?Similarreasoningsweresoonappliedtotheinternalgovernmentofeachstate.Itwasallegedthattheablestcitizenscouldlayclaimtouncontrolledsupremacybyatitleolderthananysocialfiction.Rulesofrightmeantnothingbutapermanentconspiracyoftheweaktowithdrawthemselvesfromthelegitimatedominionoftheirbornmaster,andtobamboozlehimintoavoluntarysurrenderofhisnaturalprivileges.Sentimentsbearingasuperficialresemblancetothesehaveoccasionallyfoundutteranceamongourselves.Nevertheless,itwouldbemostunjusttocompareCarlyleandMr.FroudewithCritiasandCalliclês.Webelievethattheirpreferenceofdespotismtorepresentativegovernmentisanentiremistake.Butweknowthatwiththemaswithusthegoodofthegovernedisthesoleenddesired.ThegentlemenofAthenssoughtaftersupremepoweronlyasameansforgratifyingtheirworstpassionswithoutletorhindrance;andforthatpurposetheywerereadytoallythemselveswitheveryforeignenemyinturn,ortoflatterthecapricesoftheDêmos,ifthatpolicy85promisedtoanswerequallywell.Theantisocialtheoriesofthese‘younglions,’astheywerecalledbytheirenemiesandsometimesbythemselvesalso,donotseemtohavebeensupportedbyanypublicteacher.IfwearetobelievePlato,P?lus,aSicilianrhetor,didindeedregardArchelaus,theablerLouisNapoleonofhistime,withsympathyandenviousadmiration,butwithoutattemptingtojustifythecrimesofhisherobyanappealtonaturallaw.Thecorruptionoftheoreticalmoralityamongthepaidteacherstookamoresubtleform.Insteadofopposingoneprincipletoanother,theyheldthatalllawhadthesamesource,beinganemanationfromthewillofthestronger,andexclusivelydesignedtopromotehisinterest.Justice,accordingtoThrasymachusintheRepublic,isanother’sgood,whichistrueenough,andtopractiseitexceptundercompulsionisfoolish,which,whateverGrotemaysay,isagrosslyimmoraldoctrine.

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     ItisgenerallyassumedbytheGermancriticsthattheatomictheorywaspeculiarlyfittedtoserveasabasisfortheindividualisticethicsofEpicureanism.Tothiswecanhardlyagree.Theinsignificanceandpowerlessnessoftheatoms,exceptwhenaggregatedtogetherinenormousnumbers,wouldseemtobenaturallymorefavourabletoasystemwherethecommunitywentforeverythingandtheindividualfornothing;nordoesthegeneralacceptanceofatomismbymodernscienceseemtobeaccompaniedbyanyrelaxationofthesocialsentimentinitsprofessors.HadtheStoicsfollowedDemocritusandEpicurusHeracleitus—atleastaconceivablehypothesis—someequallycogentreasonwoulddoubtlesshavebeenforthcomingtoindicatetheappropriatenessoftheirchoice.161Asitis,wehavenoevidencethatEpicurussawanythingmoreintheatomictheorythanaconvenientexplanationoftheworldonpurelymechanicalprinciples.

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    SpeculationnowleavesitsAsiaticcradleandtravelswiththeGreekcoloniststonewhomesinItalyandSicily,wherenewmodesofthoughtwerefosteredbyanewenvironment.Aname,roundwhichmythicalaccretionshavegatheredsothicklythattheoriginalnucleusoffactalmostdefiesdefinition,firstclaimsourattention.Aristotle,asiswellknown,avoidsmentioningPythagoras,andalwaysspeaksofthePythagoreanswhenheisdiscussingtheopinionsheldbyacertainItalianschool.Theirdoctrine,whoeveroriginatedit,wasthatallthingsaremadeoutofnumber.BrandisregardsPythagoreanismasanentirelyoriginaleffortofspeculation,11standingapartfromthemaincurrentofHellenicthought,andtobestudiedwithoutreferencetoIonianphilosophy.Zeller,withmoreplausibility,treatsitasanoutgrowthofAnaximander’ssystem.Inthatsystemthefiniteandtheinfiniteremainedopposedtooneanotherasunreconciledmomentsofthought.Number,accordingtotheGreekarithmeticians,wasasynthesisofthetwo,andthereforesuperiortoeither.ToaPythagoreanthefiniteandtheinfinitewereonlyoneamongseveralantitheticalcouples,suchasoddandeven,lightanddarkness,maleandfemale,and,aboveall,theoneandthemanywhenceeverynumberafterunityisformed.Thetendencytosearchforantitheseseverywhere,andtomanufacturethemwheretheydonotexist,becameerelonganactualdiseaseoftheGreekmind.AThucydidescouldnomorehavedispensedwiththiscumbrousmechanismthanarope-dancercouldgetonwithouthisbalancingpole;andmanyaschoolboyhasbeensorelypuzzledbythefantasticcontortionswhichItaliotereflectionimposedforatimeonAthenianoratory.

     Thekeynoteofthewholepoemisstruckinitsopeninglines.WhenVenusisaddressedasNature’ssoleguideandruler,this,fromthepoet’sownpointofview,isnottrueofNatureasawhole,butitiseminentlytrueoflife,whetherweidentifyVenuswiththepassionthroughwhichlivingthingsarecontinuallyregenerated,orwiththepleasurewhichistheirperpetualmotiveandtheironlygood.Anditisequallyappropriate,equallycharacteristicofaconsummateartist,thattheinterestoftheworkshouldculminateinadescriptionof107thissamepassion,nolongerasthesourceoflife,butasitslastoutcomeandfullflower,yetalso,whenpushedtoexcess,theillusionbywhichitismostutterlydisappointedandundone;andthatthewholeshouldconcludewithadescriptionofdeath,notasexemplifiedinanyindividualtragedy,butinsuchhavocaswaswroughtbythefamousplagueatAthensonmanandbeastalike.Again,itisbytheorderlysequenceofvitalphenomenathatLucretiusproveshisfirstgreatprinciple,theeverlastingdurationandchangelessnessofmatter.Ifsomethingcancomeoutofnothing,heasksus,whyistheproductionofalllivingthingsattachedtocertainconditionsofplaceandseasonandparentage,accordingtotheirseveralkinds?Orifadecreaseinthetotalsumofexistencebepossible,whencecomestheinexhaustiblesupplyofmaterialsneededforthecontinualregeneration,growth,andnourishmentofanimallife?Itisbecauseoursensescannotdetecttheparticlesofmatterbywhosewithdrawalvisibleobjectsgraduallywasteawaythattheexistenceofextremelyminuteatomsisassumed;and,sofar,thereisalsoareferencetoinorganicbodies;buttheporosityofmatterisprovedbytheinterstitialabsorptionoffoodandthesearchingpenetrationofcold;whilethenecessityofavacuumisestablishedbytheabilityoffishtomovethroughtheopposingstream.Thegenericdifferencessupposedtoexistamongtheatomsareinferredfromthedistinctionsseparatingnotonlyoneanimalspeciesfromanother,buteachindividualfromallothersofthesamespecies.Thedeflectionoftheatomsfromthelineofperpendiculardescentisestablishedbytheexistenceofhumanfree-will.Soalso,theanalysiswhichdistinguishesthreedeterminateelementsinthecompositionofthesoulfindsitsjustificationinthediversecharactersofanimals—thefiercenessofthelion,theplacidityoftheox,andthetimorousnessofthedeer—qualitiesarisingfromthepreponderanceofafiery,ana?rial,andawindyingredientintheanimatingprincipleofeachrespectively.Finally,byanotherorganic108illustration,theatomsingeneralarespokenofasseminarerum—seedsofthings.

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