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Lebensformen von Mensch und Tieren

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The human pursuit of life as a whole is contrastingly juxtapositioned with the life forms of animals. The chapter shows the contours of human life forms as they appear on the nature philosophical investigations of the master. A few of the more high scholastic thinkers addressed directly the term mos more in their determination. The close relationship of the terms mos mores and regimen vitae comes also in numerous other statements. The master deals directly the features of specific human life form and lifestyle in the text products. The statements of the master on the human life form and lifestyle underlying assets and capabilities in their central enforcement characteristics relate firstly to an indication of the structural basis and mainly the central enforcement. It also explains "basic shape" of human life and terms of types (models) of human life. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: animal life forms; human life model; human lifestyle; mos more; natural philosophy; regimen vitae



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