By Gottlob Frege
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R. McCoy, ed. James V. : The Catholic University of America Press, 1989), pp. 5253n11. See also McCoy's remark on Simon in The Structure of Political Thought (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1963), p. 206. 13See Simon's discussion of liberalism in General Theory of Authority, pp. 10215. Page 11 difference does not mean that Simon thinks that direct democracy, in the rare historical instances when it does exist, does not need to organize itself into a formal ruling body when deciding public business; he does think that it should have a formal organization whereby it could rule itself.
Page 22 mean that the subject, "Betty," and the predicate, "human being," are convertible, since that would mean that any being that is a human being is Betty. But that is clearly false, for George is a human being also. Despite their respective individualities, Betty and George are equally human. Simon enlists Aquinas's solution to the problem of universals to account for the fact that human beings are both the same and different. ''5 Because no essence or nature is in itself either universal or individual, it can exist as one or the other depending on its existential state.
The Committee at the time (1948) consisted of members from diverse academic fields, including: John U. Nef, F. A. Hayek, David Grene, Peter H. von Blankenhagen, Edward A. Shils, Mircea Eliade, Marshall Hodgson, Frank H. Knight, James M. Redfield, and Otto von Simpson, and a host of lecturers such as T. S. Eliot, Jacques Maritain, and Marc Chagall. Simon's colleague in Chicago's department of political science, Hans J. . one is struck by one quality that distinguishes the whole of Simon's work: the combi- 5 See the original French editions, La grande crise de la République Française: Observations sur la vie politique des Français de 19181938 (Montréal: Éditions de L'Arbre, 1941); La marche à la délivrance (New York: Éditions; de la Maison Française, 1942); and Par delà l'expérience du désespoir (Montréal: Lucien Parizeau, 1945).