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Causa Sui is a musical group.
- albums: "Causa Sui", "Free Ride", "Summer Sessions Vol. 2", "Summer Sessions Vol. 3", "Summer Sessions Vol. 1-3", "Summer Sessions Vol. 1", "Pewt'r Sessions 2", "Pewt'r Sessions 1", "Pewt'r Sessions 1-2", "Euporie Tide", "Live at Freak Valley", "Pewt'r Sessions 3"
- official website: www.causasui.com
"Causa Sui" is a musical album of Causa Sui.
- released in (10 years ago)
Causa sui denotes something which is generated within itself. This concept was central to the works of Baruch Spinoza, Sigmund Freud, Jean-Paul Sartre, and Ernest Becker, where it relates to the purpose that objects can assign to themselves. In Freud and Becker's case, the concept was often used as an immortality vessel, where something could create meaning or continue to create meaning beyond its own life.
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by Ph. D Newmark
causa sui. Cause of itself [L] cause celebre. Celebrated case; an unusual or remarkable case or trial; sensational trial [F] causerie. Chat; informal talk; Material one of a series of periodical essays on literary themes [F] Causeries du Lundi. Monday Talks (criticism; St. Beuve, 1856-69) [F] cautela. Care; caution; vigilance [L] cautio. Security; bail; bond [L] a va. All right; fine [F] ...
Nancy Dictionary (2015)
by Peter Gratton
According to Nancy, these theories of freedom have always struggled with a paradox that is ultimately that of onto-theology: concerned with the search for an ultimate founda- tion, they cannot but understand freedom as founded by a supreme being, a causa sui.
by Elmar Waibl
causa sui Ursache, unmittelbare f ' immediate ...
by Hardev Bahri
зтнзт4 ЪХЩ causa sui п. ЪЧ\ causation п. 1. 4l4f<4l<H; 2. +i4*kui-4R causative a.
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