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Error Number: 1114
The Error returned was:
The table '(temporary)' is full
SQL query:

SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Praxis: The History of a Concept Praxis (from Greek noun: action) as an analytical category has very deep roots in western philosophy.&nbsp;Aristotle saw three basic forms of human activity:&nbsp;theoria (the act of ‘seeking to understand’), poiesis&nbsp;(action to produce things), and praxis (action with an&nbsp;end in itself, e. g., politics or ethics). These distinctions&nbsp;were important to Georg Hegel’s early nineteenth-century formulations of dialectical reasoning, and&nbsp;from there became a key influence on Karl Marx.&nbsp;Marx rejected Hegel’s effort to unify practical and&nbsp;theoretical knowledge. Instead, Marx emphasized&nbsp;the transformative nature of action, and the privileging of action over theory. The Marxist definition&nbsp;of praxis emphasizes the creative actions of human&nbsp;beings, once they are freed from the everyday labor&nbsp;needed for survival, and became a key concept for&nbsp;twentieth-century Marxist theoreticians such as&nbsp;Antonio Gramsci. The ') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Praxis: The History of a Concept Praxis (from Greek noun: action) as an analytical category has very deep roots in western philosophy.&nbsp;Aristotle saw three basic forms of human activity:&nbsp;theoria (the act of ‘seeking to understand’), poiesis&nbsp;(action to produce things), and praxis (action with an&nbsp;end in itself, e. g., politics or ethics). These distinctions&nbsp;were important to Georg Hegel’s early nineteenth-century formulations of dialectical reasoning, and&nbsp;from there became a key influence on Karl Marx.&nbsp;Marx rejected Hegel’s effort to unify practical and&nbsp;theoretical knowledge. Instead, Marx emphasized&nbsp;the transformative nature of action, and the privileging of action over theory. The Marxist definition&nbsp;of praxis emphasizes the creative actions of human&nbsp;beings, once they are freed from the everyday labor&nbsp;needed for survival, and became a key concept for&nbsp;twentieth-century Marxist theoreticians such as&nbsp;Antonio Gramsci. The ') AND id != 89861 AND approve=1 AND date < '2020-07-06 08:31:37' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5