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Philosophy of Nature [With Explanatory Notes - Volume I]

Philosophy of Nature [With Explanatory Notes - Volume I]

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Published by L H Ramos
Without the patience and linguistic help of my wife, this book could
never have been written. Her family, and the German friends I made at
Elsinore, have helped me to avoid many of the flaws generally incident to
English translations from the German. I should like to express my very
deep gratitude for all the help that they have given me.
Without the full co-operation of the Copenhagen Royal Natural
Science Library and the University Library at Lund, I could never have
undertaken the writing of the commentary. At one time it was, indeed,
solely the cheerfulness, enthusiasm and efficiency with which their staffs
helped me to trace references and acquire books, that encouraged me to
believe that the work I had undertaken was completable.
I should like to acknowledge my indebtedness to Father F. C. Copleston
5.]., whose perspicacity and tolerance made my work on Hegel at Oxford
so rewarding and enjoyable, and to Sir Malcolm Knox and Professor
W. B. Lockwood, who recommended my fmished labours to the publishers
Without the patience and linguistic help of my wife, this book could
never have been written. Her family, and the German friends I made at
Elsinore, have helped me to avoid many of the flaws generally incident to
English translations from the German. I should like to express my very
deep gratitude for all the help that they have given me.
Without the full co-operation of the Copenhagen Royal Natural
Science Library and the University Library at Lund, I could never have
undertaken the writing of the commentary. At one time it was, indeed,
solely the cheerfulness, enthusiasm and efficiency with which their staffs
helped me to trace references and acquire books, that encouraged me to
believe that the work I had undertaken was completable.
I should like to acknowledge my indebtedness to Father F. C. Copleston
5.]., whose perspicacity and tolerance made my work on Hegel at Oxford
so rewarding and enjoyable, and to Sir Malcolm Knox and Professor
W. B. Lockwood, who recommended my fmished labours to the publishers

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