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  • Title: Book: RoP: The Classics of World and Life Conception (Pt1 Ch7)
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    • second, using the analogy of the effect we ourselves exert. Haeckel
  • Title: Book: RoP: Darwinism and World Conception (Pt2 Ch2)
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    • influence of the Jesuits, took hold of his school. Ernst Haeckel has
    • was Ernst Haeckel's General Morphology of Organisms. Every page
    • Inspired by Darwinism, Haeckel was in search of a world conception.
    • Haeckel did his best in two ways to attempt a new world conception.
    • at a fully satisfactory world explanation. Like Goethe, Haeckel was
    • nature is vividly demonstrated in the work of Ernst Haeckel. A
    • direction. As we follow a naturalist like Haeckel without prejudice on
    • Haeckel, digs deep into the treasure mine of facts, boldly emerges
    • publication of the book in which Haeckel presented with unflinching
    • contact with scientific, specialized research led Haeckel to one of
    • This was realized by Haeckel as he investigated how Oken's thesis,
    • and therefore resemble gastrulae. This fact is interpreted by Haeckel
    • In this manner Haeckel connects today's processes in the world of
    • contains the causes for the ontogenesis. Haeckel expresses this fact
    • Haeckel characteristically points out that through his discovery the
    • After Haeckel had absorbed Darwin's view of the origin of man he
    • same origin must be attributed to him as to them. Haeckel boldly
    • question as stated by Haeckel. He supplied the answer in his
    • principles of the theory of descent. To works like Haeckel's
    • return clarity and firmness of purpose. In Haeckel's view, the method
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  • Title: Book: RoP: The World as Illusion (Pt2 Ch3)
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    • Haeckel's History of Creation as fiction (compare Du
    • trees that Haeckel constructs on the basis of comparative anatomy,
    • Homeric heroes in the eyes of historical criticism.” Haeckel, on
    • to Ernst Haeckel, who “speaks of atom souls.”
    • modern world conception: The monistic current in which Haeckel's mode
  • Title: Book: RoP: World Conceptions of Scientific Factuality (Pt2 Ch5)
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    • was developed by Darwin and Haeckel and does not understand what
  • Title: Book: RoP: Modern Idealistic World Conceptions (Pt2 Ch6)
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    • science in Haeckel's sense follows the natural processes that are
  • Title: Book: Riddles of Philosophy: Preface to the 1923 Edition
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    • Hegel and Haeckel, considered side by side, will at first sight
    • Haeckel's thoughts, one can again follow him part of the way. Haeckel
    • transformation. Now let Haeckel look on Hegel as a person who spins
    • could he have lived to know Haeckel, would have seen in him a person
    • In Haeckel's mode of thought he will find the possibility to become
    • and measured against one another in this fashion, Hegel and Haeckel
    • That Hegel and Haeckel are treated in this book to reveal what is
    • Such critics maintain that the chapter on Haeckel gives the impression
    • of having been written by an orthodox follower of Haeckel. Whoever
    • seem as if a person who wrote about Haeckel as I did in this book had
    • of his contemplation. He must really, in presenting Haeckel's mode of

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