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  • Title: Truth and Knowledge: Cover Sheet
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  • Title: Truth and Knowledge: Bibliographical Note
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    • The second edition, revised and enlarged by the author, appeared under the
    • was followed by a third edition later that same year.
    • The first English translation of the book appeared in London in 1916,
    • When the revised and enlarged German edition appeared in 1918, the same
    • Poppelbaum, Ph.D. appeared in London, 1939 and again in 1949.
  • Title: Truth and Knowledge: Contents
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  • Title: Truth and Knowledge: Preface
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    • nature, to search for the fundamental nature of things and their
    • discovery of elements within it that clearly point to an influence
    • irrefutable truths, found himself compelled to search for the ultimate
    • deeds. As long as we are not clear about the reasons — either natural or
    • in penetrating a motive with clear understanding, we win a victory in
    • a work which will appear shortly.
    • Clearly, the ultimate goal of all knowledge is to enhance the value of
    • only works as he learned from those who taught him; he
    • “investigates” because that happens to be what he has learned
    • The true value of learning lies in the philosophical demonstration of
    • have been developed over many years. And it is with a
  • Title: Truth and Knowledge: Introduction
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    • below. It includes not only those works which have a direct bearing on
    • specific reference is made to the works of the earlier classical
    • Leipzig, 1st Year, 1877, p. 384.
    • (Quarterly for Scientific Philosophy), Leipzig, 4th Year,
    • Leipzig, 7th Year, 1883, p. 257 ff.
    • Researches), Leipzig, 1862.
    • Philosophy), Leipzig, 1st Year (1877), p. 229 ff.
  • Title: Truth and Knowledge: i. Preliminary Remarks
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    • epistemology can we learn the value and significance of all insight
    • In short, success in scientific research depends essentially on whether
    • aims of this essay, will become clear in due course.
  • Title: Truth and Knowledge: ii. Kant's Basic Epistemological Question
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    • began as early as Locke.
    • Kant's are to be found repetitions of all earlier attempts to solve
    • important if one considers only the period since the appearance of Kant's
    • All earlier achievements in this field have been repeated since Kant.
  • Title: Truth and Knowledge: iii. Epistemology Since Kant
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    • early as 1792 G. E. Schulze maintained in his Aenesidemus
    • epidermis. In the case of hearing and vision the external motion is
    • notice that some sensations associated with a substance disappear,
    • nearest to the meaning of this concept as it has been used in
  • Title: Truth and Knowledge: iv. The Starting Point of Epistemology
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    • In it, nothing appears distinguished from,
    • its development and life, appears before us with the same claims for
    • stage. The picture can be considered neither as reality nor as appearance,
    • world-picture as it appears when completed by man, that other
    • act of cognition first appears, but at this stage, do not themselves
    • That the moon upon rising appears larger than it does at its zenith is
    • starting point must first be grasped. It is clear, furthermore, that
    • existence, another as appearance, this as cause and that as effect;
    • according to its very nature is not-given. The latter would appear, to
    • But we do know absolutely directly that concepts and ideas appear only
    • anyone. A hallucination may appear as something externally given, but
    • might appear that this discussion is unconsciously introducing the
    • more than turns of phrase. As shown earlier, the fact that the act of
  • Title: Truth and Knowledge: v. Cognition and Reality
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    • cognition. In so doing, it must be clear that we have artificially
    • single act of cognition, one part appears as something produced within
    • This part, in actual fact, is always so produced, and only appears as
    • between the other persons and my own appearance at the same spot. I
    • contains something hidden; this hidden does not appear as long as we
    • words, what the given appears to be before it has been elaborated by
    • This becomes clearer when we consider more closely the factors
    • of thinking, which appears to us to be something separate, is not a
  • Title: Truth and Knowledge: vi. Epistemology Free of Assumptions and Fichtes Science of Knowledge
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    • only if it produces itself. I believe that I have now cleared the
    • express in clear concepts what he dimly felt? Nothing other than the
    • Had Fichte become clear about this, then he would have formulated the
    • forward above can clearly be produced by the I only in an act which is
    • inclinations to present the freedom of the human personality in the clearest
    • “We have to search for the absolute, first, and unconditioned
    • clear that he has only two possibilities for making this beginning
    • appear intelligible. One possibility is to focus the attention on one
    • This whole deduction of Fichte's is clearly nothing but a kind
    • Fichte is not clear as to what it is that determines the activity of
    • for deducing the I. As early as 1797, in his First Introduction to the
    • advance on his earlier introduction. In self-observation, the activity
    • appears to consist in spinning the world out of the I itself. This is
    • while it constructs the world. He who is able to do this appears to
    • it has come into being, and it appears to him as the result of
    • knowledge of these premises. This he expresses most clearly in his
    • the sense itself, is so far clearly defined: it consists in seeing the
    • Here too, Fichte lacks clear insight into the content of the activity
    • a person to whom wonderful melodies are played, but he does not hear
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  • Title: Truth and Knowledge: vii. Epistemological Conclusion
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    • knowledge we learn the value of this insight for reality. Because we
  • Title: Truth and Knowledge: viii. Practical Conclusion
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    • is, they are not outside the object in which the activity appears;
  • Title: Truth and Knowledge: Editorial and Reference Notes
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  • Title: PoSA/TaK: Back Cover
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    • writings, one can come to a clear, reasonable, comprehensive
  • Title: PoSA/TaK: Inside Dust Jacket
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