Sunday, April 3, 2011


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Edith Stein says, "Lifepower that has gone into the real impulse spends itself partly in its runoff, partly in the doing that perhaps proceeds from it. Therefore the doing simultaneously represents the fulfillment or satisfaction of the impulse." (in Impulse and Inclination in Philosophy of Psychology and the Humanities)

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