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“【fkE】幸运飞艇黑客计划软件”AccordingtoBacon,theobjectofscienceistoanalysethecomplexofFormsmakingupanindividualaggregateintoitsseparateconstituents;theobjectofart,tosuperinduceoneormoresuchFormsonagivenmaterial.HencehismannerofregardingthemdiffersinoneimportantrespectfromAristotle’s.TheGreeknaturalistwas,beforeallthings,abiologist.Hisinterestlaywiththedistinguishingcharacteristicsofanimalspecies.Theseareeasilydiscoveredbytheunassistedeye;butwhiletheyarecomparativelysuperficial,theyarealsocomparativelyunalterable.TheEnglishexperimenter,beingprimarilyconcernedwithinorganicbodies,whosepropertieshedesiredtoutiliseforindustrialpurposes,wasledtoconsidertheattributesofanobjectasatoncepenetratingitsinmosttexture,andyetcapableofbeingseparatedfromit,likeheatandcolourforinstance.But,likeeveryotherthinkeroftheage,ifheescapesfromthecontrolofAristotleitisonlytofallunderthedominionofanotherGreekmaster—inthisinstance,Democritus.BaconhadagreatadmirationfortheAtomists,andalthoughhisinveteratePeripateticproclivitiespreventedhimfromembracingtheirtheoryasawhole,hewentalongwithitsofarastoadmitthedependenceofthesecondaryontheprimaryqualitiesofmatter;andonthestrengthofthisheconcludedthatthewaytoalterthepropertiesofanobjectwastoalterthearrangementofitscomponentparticles.

ThephilosophicalaffinitiesofthenewsciencewerenotexhaustedbytheatomisticanalysisofDemocritusandtheregulativemethodofAristotle.Platonismcouldhardlyfailtobenefitbythegreatimpulsegiventomathematicalstudiesinthelatterhalfofthesixteenthcentury.ThepassionateloveofitsfounderforgeometrymusthaverecommendedhimasmuchtothemostadvancedmindsoftheperiodashisreligiousmysticismhadrecommendedhimtothetheologiansoftheearlierRenaissance.Andtheincreasingascendencyoftheheliocentricastronomy,withitssplendiddefianceofsenseandopinion,wasindirectlyatriumphforthephilosophywhich,morethananyother,hadassertedtheclaimsofpurereasonagainstboth.WeseethisdistinctlyinGalileo.InexpressadhesiontoPlatonism,hethrowshisteachingintoaconversationalform,endeavouringtoextractthetruthfromhisopponentsratherthanconveyitintotheirmindsfromwithout;andthetheoryofreminiscenceasthesourceofdemonstrativeknowledgeseemstomeetwithhisapproval.549Heisalwaysreadywithproofsdrawnfromobservationandexperiment;butnothingcanbemoreinPlato’sspirit,nothingmoreunlikeAristotleandBacon,thanhisencomiumonthesublimegeniusofAristarchusandCopernicusforhavingmaintainedarationalhypothesisagainstwhatseemedtobetheevidenceoftheirsenses.550AndheelsewhereobserveshowmuchlesswouldhavebeenthegloryofCopernicushadheknowntheexperimentalverificationofhistheory.551

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Butonlookingatthematteralittlemoreclosely,weshallfindthatPlotinusonlysetinaclearerlightwhathadallalongbeentheleadingmotiveofhispredecessors.WehavealreadyobservedthatPlato’swholemythologicalmachineryisonlyafancifulwayofexpressingthatindependentexperiencewhichthemindderivesfromthestudyofitsownspontaneousactivity.AndtheprocessofgeneralisationdescribedintheSymposiumisreallylimitedtomoralphenomena.Plato’sstandpointislessindividualisticthanthatofPlotinusinsofarasitinvolvesacontinualreferencetothebeliefs,experiences,andwantsofothermen;butitisequallysubjective,inthesenseofinterpretingallNaturebytheanalogiesofhumanlife.Thereareevenoccasionswhenhisspiritualismgoesthelengthofinculcatingcompletewithdrawalfromtheworldofcommonlifeintoanidealsphere,whenheseemstoidentifyevilwithmatter,whenhereducesallvirtuetocontemptfortheinterestsofthebody,inlanguagewhichhisAlexandriansuccessorcouldadoptwithoutanymodificationofitsobviousmeaning.434

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Thuswehave,inall,fivegradations:theOne,Nous,Soul,thesensibleworld,and,lastly,unformedMatter.Takentogether,thefirstthreeconstituteatriadofspiritualprinciples,and,assuch,areassociatedinasinglegroupbyPlotinus.467SometimestheyarespokenofastheAlexandrianTrinity.ButtheimpliedcomparisonwiththeTrinityofCatholicismismisleading.WithNeo-Platonism,thesupremeunityis,properlyspeaking,aloneGodandaloneOne.Nousisvastlyinferiortothefirstprinciple,andSoul,again,toNous.Possiblythesecondandthirdprinciplesarepersonal;thefirstmostcertainlyisnot,sinceself-consciousnessisexpresslydeniedtoitbyPlotinus.NorisitlikelythattheideaofasupernaturaltriadwassuggestedtoNeo-PlatonismbyChristianity.EachofthethreeprinciplesmaybetracedtoitssourceinGreekphilosophy.ThishasbeenalreadyshowninthecaseoftheOneandoftheNous.TheuniversalsoulistobefoundinPlato’sTimaeus;itisanalogous,atleastinitslower,dividedpart,toAristotle’sNature;anditisnearlyidenticalwiththeinformingspiritofStoicism.Astothenumberthree,itwasheldinhighesteemlongbeforetheChristianera,andwaslikelytobeindependentlyemployedfortheconstructionofdifferentsystemsatatimewhenbeliefinthemagicalvirtueofparticularnumberswasmorewidelydiffusedthanatanyformerperiodofcivilisedhistory.

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    Platohadbegunbycondemningpoetryonlyinsofarasitwasinconsistentwithtruereligionandmorality.Atlast,withhisusualpropensitytogeneralise,hecondemneditand,byimplication,everyimitativeartquaart,asadelusionandasham,twiceremovedfromthetruthofthings,becauseacopyofthephenomenawhicharethemselvesunrealrepresentationsofanarchetypalidea.Hisiconoclasmmayremindusofotherethicaltheologiansbothbeforeandafter,whetherHebrew,Moslem,orPuritan.Ifhedoesnotsharetheirfanaticalhatredforplasticandpictorialrepresentations,itisonlybecauseworksofthatclass,besidesbeingofachastercharacter,exercisedfarlesspowerovertheGreekimaginationthanepicanddramaticpoetry.Moreover,thetalesofthepoetswere,accordingtoPlato,theworstliesofany,sincetheywerebelievedtobetrue;whereasstatuesandpicturesdifferedtooobviouslyfromtheiroriginalsforanysuchillusiontobeproducedintheircase.LikethePuritans,again,Platosanctionedtheuseofreligioushymns,withtheaccompanimentofmusicinitssimplestandmostelevatedforms.Likethem,also,hewouldhaveapprovedofliteraryfictionwhenitwasemployedforedifyingpurposes.WorksliketheFaeryQueen,ParadiseLost,andthePilgrim’sProgress,wouldhavebeenhisfavouritesinEnglishliterature;andhemighthave242extendedthesameindulgencetofictionsoftheEdgeworthiantype,wherethevirtuouscharactersalwayscomeoffbestintheend.

     

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    ItwasinperfectaccordancewiththespiritofGreekphilosophy,andmoreparticularlyofPlatonism,thataconnectinglinkshouldbeinterposedbetweenearthandheaven,thehumanandthedivine,especiallywhen,asatthistime,thesupremecreatorhadcometobeisolatedinsolitarysplendourfromtherestofexistence;butitwouldbeamistaketosupposethatthedaemonswereinventedforthepurposetowhichtheywereapplied.WefindthemmentionedbyHesiod;393andtheyprobablyrepresentanevenolderphaseofreligiousthoughtthantheOlympiangods,being,infact,asurvivalofthatprimitivepsychismwhichpeopledthewholeuniversewithlifeandanimation.Thisbecomesstillclearerwhenweconsiderthattheyaredescribed,bothundertheirearliestandtheirlatestGreekform,asbeing,inpartatleast,humansoulsraisedafterdeathtoahighersphereof253activity.Amongthese,MaximusTyriusincludesthedemi-godsofmythology,suchasAsclêpiusandHeracles,who,aswehaveseen,wereobjectsofparticularvenerationundertheempire.394Thusdaemon-worshipcombinedthreedifferentelementsoraspectsofthesupernaturalistmovement:—thefreeplaygiventopopularimaginationbythedecayordestructionofthearistocraticorganisationofsocietyandreligion,theincreasingtendencytolookforaperpetuationandelevationofhumanexistence,andtheconvergenceofphilosophicalspeculationwithpopularfaith.

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    Iagree,however,withTeichmüllerthatthedoctrinesofreminiscenceandmetempsychosishaveapurelymythicalsignificance,andIshouldhaveexpressedmyviewsonthesubjectwithmoredefinitenessanddecisionhadIknownthathisauthoritymightbequotedintheirsupport.IthinkthatPlatowasinatransitionstatefromtheOrientaltowhatafterwardsbecametheChristiantheoryofretribution.Intheonehefoundanallegoricalillustrationofhismetaphysics,intheotheraveryserioussanctionforhisethics.Hefelttheirincompatibility,butwasnotpreparedtoundertakesuchacompletereconstructionofhissystemaswouldhavebeennecessitatedbyaltogetherdenyingthepre-existenceofthesoul.OfsuchvacillationPlato’slaterDialoguesoffer,Ithink,sufficientevidence.Forexample,theMatteroftheTimacusseemstobearevisedversionoftheOtherorprincipleofdivisionandchange,whichhasalreadyfiguredasapureidea,inwhichcapacityitmustnecessarilybeopposedtomatter.Atthesametime,Imustobservethat,frommypointofview,itisenoughifPlatoinculcatedthedoctrineofafuturelifeasxxianimportantelementofhisreligioussystem.AndthathedidsoinculcateitTeichmüllerfullyadmits.4

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    Thiscarefulrestrictionofindividualefforttoasingle3provinceinvolvednodispersionorincoherenceintheresultsachieved.Thehighestworkerswereallanimatedbyacommonspirit.Eachrepresentedsomeoneaspectofthegloryandgreatnessparticipatedinbyall.Norwasthecollectiveconsciousness,theunitingsympathy,limitedtoasinglesphere.Itrose,byagraduatedseries,fromthecitycommunity,throughtheDorianorIonianstockwithwhichtheyclaimedmoreimmediatekinship,tothePanhellenicrace,thewholeofhumanity,andthedivinefatherhoodofZeus,untilitrestedinthatall-embracingnaturewhichPindarknewastheonemotherofgodsandmen.7

     

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    Butonlookingatthematteralittlemoreclosely,weshallfindthatPlotinusonlysetinaclearerlightwhathadallalongbeentheleadingmotiveofhispredecessors.WehavealreadyobservedthatPlato’swholemythologicalmachineryisonlyafancifulwayofexpressingthatindependentexperiencewhichthemindderivesfromthestudyofitsownspontaneousactivity.AndtheprocessofgeneralisationdescribedintheSymposiumisreallylimitedtomoralphenomena.Plato’sstandpointislessindividualisticthanthatofPlotinusinsofarasitinvolvesacontinualreferencetothebeliefs,experiences,andwantsofothermen;butitisequallysubjective,inthesenseofinterpretingallNaturebytheanalogiesofhumanlife.Thereareevenoccasionswhenhisspiritualismgoesthelengthofinculcatingcompletewithdrawalfromtheworldofcommonlifeintoanidealsphere,whenheseemstoidentifyevilwithmatter,whenhereducesallvirtuetocontemptfortheinterestsofthebody,inlanguagewhichhisAlexandriansuccessorcouldadoptwithoutanymodificationofitsobviousmeaning.434

     

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