If a subject is to have a recognitional capacity for a natural kind which occurs only impurely
, then the items which trigger that capacity will contain more than one natural kind.
66) "We have long been infected with conversing impurely
," Socrates tells him, "we have said thousands of times `We know' ([GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]), `We don't know,' and `we have scientific knowledge' ([GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]), and `we don't have scientific knowledge,' as if we were understanding ([GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]) one another while we still are ignorant ([GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]) of science ([GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]).
Max Beerbohm] has brought personality into literature, not unconsciously and impurely
, but so consciously and purely that we do not know whether there is any relation between Max the essayist and Mr.
Sweeney that, no, he hasn't committed adultery, "it's just that my wife's pregnant and all I can think about is other women -- you know, impurely
Preoccupied with the nature of "mixed faces" and with the need to categorize and pigeonhole Others along a putative racial curve, Vincent is quick to point out what he perceives to be the points along this racial descent, a downward movement that he assess to be from pure to impure, from "white" to "black," from full-blooded persons to the impurely
And don't let anyone kid themselves that Liz or any other modern femme is doing it impurely
for their partners' benefit and not their own.