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  • Title: Book: RoP: The Struggle Over the Spirit (Pt2 Ch1)
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    • Theodor Fechner (1801 – 87) would make the statement in his book,
  • Title: Book: RoP: Modern Idealistic World Conceptions (Pt2 Ch6)
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    • Rudolf Hermann Lotze (1817 – 81), Gustav Theodor Fechner
    • Esthetics (1876), Fechner contributed works that show the spirit
    • the sense of an idealistic mode of thinking. But Lotze and Fechner
    • appears in Fechner as the result of a richly developed imagination
    • and to a life after death. Fechner writes in his Booklet on Life
    • In his little book, Life after Death, Fechner says of the
    • Fechner imagines that the world spirit stands in the same relation to
    • Fechner is of the opinion that the object is the same, merely the
    • According to Fechner's mode of conception, it is of no use to ponder
    • Fechner considers man to be a body that is spirit at the same time.
    • From this point of view it becomes possible for Fechner to imagine all
    • would prove to be a soul? This notion grew in Fechner's imagination
    • Fechner proceeds from an opposite viewpoint. It is his opinion that
    • opinion, Fechner does not merely look for the connection of the
    • Fechner does not allow his knowledge of natural science, which is
    • limits did not prevent Fechner from proceeding according to the
    • Fechner's Elements of Psychophysics (1860) is the fundamental
    • method established by Fechner has resulted in the elaboration of the
    • Wilhelm Wundt, who continued to work in Fechner's spirit in this
    • splendid way the rare combination of gifts that were at Fechner's
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