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Practise Bubner I 25
Practise/Plato/Bubner: even he already knows this concept. Here, however, the mere possession of means is mere dynamism: rhetorical power.
Much fortune is no value, because it is not a goal yet. Goals must be set separately.
The confusion of means and goal makes the powerful powerless.
The what-want is an inner, indissoluble relation between action and goal, asymmetry. Due to the structure of the practice, it has already been recognized as "good".
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I 34
Practice/Plato: Specialism inaugurates no practice, it must be surpassed.
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I 167
Practice/Plato: "to do his own" is his formula for everyone's role in the state, but everyone can do it only in the context of the whole without overlooking the whole.

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R. Bubner
Antike Themen und ihre moderne Verwandlung Frankfurt 1992


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