The Berenstain Bears and the Bad Habit by Stan Berenstain, Jan Berenstain

By Stan Berenstain, Jan Berenstain

With aid from Mama and Papa (who get a bit suggestion from Grizzly Gran), Sister undergo learns to forestall her apprehensive nail biting earlier than it becomes a nasty behavior.

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But for a mixt Mechanicall Philosophy I was never against it, but am as much for it, as anyone, as being both solid & not at all intrenching upon Piety. Matter will ye Atheist say in its own nature neither including [read include? text defective] Motion nor Rest, and therefore it may as well happen that it moves as rests, and so happen according to ye Mechanicall Philosophy that I oppose, that ye world generated it self. This they will be infinitely prone to think, and have thought, I mean ye Epicureans, though ye thing be false.

The positive influence that More's philosophical poems (1642, 1647) may have exerted in acquainting his reader with the ideas of Copernicus and Galileo as well as Descartes may be less familiar; once again we have no evidence of such readers' reactions. The verses themselves are quite explicit; for example: I have the barking of cold sense confuted ... To show that Pythagore's position's right Copernicks, or whatsoever dogma't hight. 2 Once more, in refutation of mechanical 'proofs' of the Earth's being 'stablished fast by a changeless decree:' An arrow shot into the empty aire, Which straight returning to the bowman's foot, The earth's stability must for ever clear.

31 The pure mechanical philosophy is characterised therefore by the fundamental (mistaken) belief that all corporeal phenomena are the result of 'the mere rumblement' of material bodies, which in More's eyes is as good as saying that there are no incorporeal beings in the world. Incorporeal beings, in the form say of the Spirit of Nature, are necessary to transform 'mere rumblement' into Providence-guided purposeful motion. The 'mere rumblement' of More's purely mechanical universe conceals ambiguities and incoherencies.

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