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  • Title: Book: RoP: The Age of Kant and Goethe (Pt1 Ch6)
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    • Herbart and Schleiermacher. His unclarities became new questions for
  • Title: Book: RoP: Reactionary World Conceptions (Pt1 Ch8)
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    • departure of Johann Friedrich Herbart (1776 – 1841). Hegel is a
    • reality itself. Herbart is a completely abstract thinker. He does not
    • of dissatisfaction becomes the point of departure. Herbart feels that
    • Herbart believes one penetrates from appearance to being by
    • lies behind the apparent one as true reality. Herbart does not set out
    • contradictory reality. It is interesting to note how Herbart, on the
    • world of real entities. Thus, for Herbart, the soul life becomes the
    • the world. Herbart has a mathematical mind, and his whole world
    • becomes an arithmetical operation for Herbart. He attempts to apply
    • their coexistence are things calculated by Herbart. The
    • Herbart is, in another sense than Goethe, Schiller, Schelling, Fichte
    • spokesmen for the spiritual impulse of their age. Herbart is
    • of the soul. He remains outside of it. One can see in Herbart's world
    • mankind's evolution. Compared to Hegel, Herbart appears like a thinker
    • have arrived. Herbart's thought constructions are an attempt to
    • the inner participation of thought. Thinkers like Herbart are also
    • The spiritual aim of the age motivates Herbart's struggle; his
    • Herbart reverts to the view of Leibniz. His simple soul entity is
    • independently. Herbart arrives at his conception of God through his
    • giving a close definition of deity,” says Herbart. He condemns
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  • Title: Book: RoP: The Struggle Over the Spirit (Pt2 Ch1)
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    • Humboldt, Friedrich Schlegel, Herbart, Baader, Wagner, Windischmann,

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