Force conscious and subjective perception of their state The clear boundary between plants and animals is the point at which the leap to sensation is made. Because of the transient forms that everyone knows, it becomes a logical need precisely through these indecisive or indeterminate appearances. Then he said: On the contrary, plants are completely and permanently devoid of any sensation and do not have any sensory power. Irish by blood american by birth patriot by choice flag. First, Hegel The Philosophy of Nature, 351, appendix says the feeling is differentia specifica, is the absolute characteristic sign of the animal. This is again a indolent opinion of Hegel, but only through the annexation of Mr. Duy-rinh can be elevated to the noble status of an ultimate ultimate truth.
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