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  • Title: Book: RoP: The Age of Kant and Goethe (Pt1 Ch6)
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    • German world conceptions of Fichte, Schelling, Schopenhauer, Hegel,
  • Title: Book: RoP: The Classics of World and Life Conception (Pt1 Ch7)
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    • fashion that manifests a thin and meager content.” Hegel wrote
    • The whole spiritual physiognomy of Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
    • function of the animal's life by Hegel. He stated paradoxically that
    • Christianity, then the dog would be the best Christian. Hegel is a
    • Hegel makes into the content of his world conception what can be
    • things for Hegel. All perceptual imagination, all scientific
    • Hegel's work now proceeds from the point where perceptual imagination
    • observer looks at nature; Hegel observes what the scientific observer
    • multiplicity. Hegel searches for systematic order and harmonious
    • organic link. Hegel means to give this totality of thoughts in his
    • the starry heavens out of these laws, does Hegel, who seeks the
    • time and again, that it was Hegel's intention to exhaust the full and
    • from his viewpoint. One should not demand of Hegel that he derive new
    • research he is concerned with the firmament. Hegel's views, however,
    • itself. In this manner the whole process of the world appears to Hegel
    • Hegel lends expression to the fundamental character of the evolution
    • of the soul. In presenting his world conception, Hegel turns to the
    • represented by Hegel, means to live with his inner experience in the
    • being is present and alive in his self-consciousness. Hegel is in the
    • the mystery of the soul in this contemplation. Hegel has the soul
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  • Title: Book: RoP: Reactionary World Conceptions (Pt1 Ch8)
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    • In these words of Hegel, the most significant traits of his mode of
    • departure of Johann Friedrich Herbart (1776 – 1841). Hegel is a
    • Hegel's thoughts must also be in an eternal flux, in a continuous
    • and Hegel, a representative of the development of modern world
    • mankind's evolution. Compared to Hegel, Herbart appears like a thinker
    • who strives in vain for an aim at which Hegel believes actually to
    • outline as an external spectator what Hegel means to present through
    • Hegel's thinking, which is saturated with reality, the thinker
    • against every logical rigidity. Hegel also had a great number of
    • Herbart. As long as Hegel's powerful personality enlivened his
    • heard under its spell, they carried great conviction. After Hegel's
    • thinker who finds his way into Hegel's mode of thinking penetrates
    • life were in full swing. Hegel's star was just then rising. In 1806 he
    • Fichte, Schelling and Hegel had attempted to do that. Schopenhauer
    • exact physical apparatus.” Hegel, who as a philosopher stands
    • which in turn is created by the will. Hegel sees the spirit as the
    • In Hegel, all things and processes are permeated by reason; in
    • world conception, Hegel and Schopenhauer, one can learn how a world
    • various realms of life. Hegel, who saw in man's world of conceptions
    • doctrine of profound wisdom. Compared to Hegel's, one can thus call
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  • Title: Book: RoP: The Radical World Conceptions (Pt1 Ch2)
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    • of Hegel, now forcefully attacked them. This man was Ludwig
    • One could see a remnant of the old encasement theory even in Hegel's
    • spirit, Hegel places his pure thought that should be, as it were,
    • protest of Ludwig Feuerbach against Hegel's world conception was
    • worship. Hegel's world conception had eliminated all other qualities
    • thought structures of Fichte, Schelling and Hegel overshadowed
    • Feuerbach went through Hegel's philosophy. He derived the strength
    • To develop a world conception that was as much the opposite of Hegel's
    • different from Hegel as was Feuerbach. Hegel felt at home in the midst
    • in the other, belief. Goethe, Schiller, Fichte, Schelling and Hegel
    • acknowledge it as a part of nature. Fichte, Schelling and Hegel took
    • of Hegel's philosophy, and then to his own world conception. Another
    • being reveals itself to the human spirit was the conviction of Hegel's
    • adopted from Hegel's world conception, but he does not, like Hegel,
    • definite point of view as Hegel had done.
    • He is possessed by this supreme being. The Hegelian says that there is
    • the concept. Hegel made the ego into a manifestation of reason, that
    • Schiller, Fichte, Schelling and Hegel, is a phenomenon that had to
  • Title: Book: RoP: The Struggle Over the Spirit (Pt2 Ch1)
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    • Hegel felt that with his thought structure he had arrived at the goal
    • The experience of itself in thought, according to Hegel, is to give to
    • who could follow Hegel's trend of ideas to the extent that he believed
    • the same way as Hegel himself. We can then feel how, for such a soul,
    • apparent, for instance, in the numerous writings of the Hegelian
    • Psychology, 1844; Critical Explanations of the Hegelian
    • who is convinced he has found in Hegel's ideas what can provide a
    • because he is not at all blindly following Hegel every step, but shows
    • that he is a spirit motivated by the consciousness that Hegel's
    • Hegel, this question answers itself through the implication in Hegel's
    • in the act of knowing. Through this fact the Hegelian is directly
    • opposed to all Kantianism. Witness what Hegel himself has to say
    • For Hegel, the main point was that the soul should experience itself
    • to Hegel, not possible to investigate the essence of knowledge. We
    • impossibility for Hegel's world conception because, in order to answer
    • In a certain sense Hegel's philosophy amounts to this: He allows the
    • sway within itself. It is Hegel's intention to bring this experience
    • circle is closed. Hegel can say, “In this manner science has
    • self-knowledge as it lives within the soul is, for Hegel, at the same
    • of the outer world. This essence can, according to Hegel, be sought
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  • Title: Book: RoP: Darwinism and World Conception (Pt2 Ch2)
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    • spirit who had come from Hegel's school, writes as late as 1874 in an
    • If one compares Haeckel with Hegel, one can see distinctly the
    • the nineteenth century. Hegel lives completely in the idea and accepts
    • those ideas toward which these facts necessarily tend. Hegel always
    • origins of existence. Hegel explains nature from the spirit; Haeckel
    • science to the Hegelian world conception, which accepts in its thought
    • from the soul. If Hegel's world conception said that the
    • the Hegelian world conception would not be satisfied with such a
    • Philosophy must take the step beyond Hegel that was pointed out in a
  • Title: Book: RoP: The World as Illusion (Pt2 Ch3)
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    • the organization of the whole human species. Schiller, Hegel and every
    • weaves in poetic imagination around the flower, what Hegel thinks
    • flower is an entity existing externally, so Schiller and Hegel would
    • thinkable than that between Mill's Logic and Hegel's Science
    • of Logic, which appeared twenty-seven years earlier. In Hegel we
    • cannot be deceived by what we experience within ourselves. Hegel
    • this reason that Hegel expects confidently to find outside in nature
    • Hegel have to say about such a conception? It is not difficult to
    • If we think like Hegel, this is the attitude we take toward the
    • it has also that of the equality of diameters. If Hegel came across a
    • Hegel makes the assumption that the concepts in us are not arbitrarily
    • he is not a man but something else. Hegel's logic has become a logic
    • of things: For Hegel, the manifestation of logic is an effect of the
    • in the idealistic world conception of Fichte, Schelling and Hegel
    • move toward a point that is reached when Hegel's world picture is so
  • Title: Book: RoP: Echoes of the Kantian Mode of Conception (Pt2 Ch4)
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    • deeply into Hegel's mode of thought. One of the best thinkers along
    • Itself. In it he shows how it is possible, through Hegel's
    • led to Hegel, who was of the opinion that thought comprised not only
  • Title: Book: RoP: World Conceptions of Scientific Factuality (Pt2 Ch5)
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    • antagonistic to the idealistic views of Fichte, Schelling and Hegel of
    • What occupied the central position of all world conception in Hegel,
    • the idealistic period. The deepest impression was made on him by Hegel
    • the soul. He adopted the view of Hegel that spirit, idea and thought
    • What Kant, Fichte, Schelling and Hegel achieved, Dühring
    • One cannot imagine a greater contrast to Hegel's mode of conception
    • than this view of knowledge. While with Hegel the essence of a thing
    • had inspired the world conception of Hegel was scarcely to be found
  • Title: Book: RoP: Modern Idealistic World Conceptions (Pt2 Ch6)
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    • completely. It seemed to him that Hegel's, Schelling's and
    • Hartmann, like Hegel, considers the idea as the real element in things
    • ocean that could open vistas into the nature of existence. Hegel had
    • Hegel. Hamerling saw it only as “mere thinking” that is
  • Title: Book: RoP: Modern Man and His World Conception (Pt2 Ch7)
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    • This conception evolved from a materialistic reversal of Hegelianism.
    • In Hegel, the ideas are in a continuous progress of evolution and the
    • possibly concentrate and deepen in itself and, in Hegel's sense, for
    • world outside man can be secured. In looking at the views of Hegel and
  • Title: Book: RoP: A Brief Outline of an Approach to Anthroposophy (Pt2 Ch8)
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    • Hegel regarded the experience of thought as a “standing in the
    • Hegel's thought experience still takes place within the field of this
  • 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
    • present the most perfect contradiction. Penetrating into Hegel's
    • transformation. Now let Haeckel look on Hegel as a person who spins
    • airy meaningless concepts without regard to reality. Grant that Hegel,
    • enter into both modes of thinking will find in Hegel's philosophy the
    • and measured against one another in this fashion, Hegel and Haeckel
    • That Hegel and Haeckel are treated in this book to reveal what is
    • reads in the same book what is said about Hegel will find it difficult

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