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- Title: Book: RoP: The World Conceptions of the Modern Age of Thought Evolution (Pt1 Ch5)
- following the same impulse, Herder (1744 1803) attempts to
- progress of historical evolution with all this Herder allows his
- thought in order to reach a certain aim. According to Herder,
- reached self-consciousness. The soul may, according to Herder's view,
- thought of Herder that is expressed in his Ideas Toward a
- self-conscious human soul. We must not forget that Herder's world
- self-conscious soul. Herder was confronted with the demands of modern
- Herder's attitude toward Spinoza, contrary to that of other
- connection with the spiritual world. In 1787 Herder defends Spinoza
- thought structure; Herder tries to gain a world conception not merely
- itself. We express Herder's intention if we describe the experience of
- certain than those obtained by mere thinking. Herder accepts
- on Herder as on others. A mystic feeling, often of a poetistic
- Herder did not shy away from this step because he enriched the thought
- frame of mind. Herder was deeply and innately convinced that
- one compares Herder with Spinoza, remembering that Herder acknowledged
- placed in the world picture. Herder observes the world processes and
- and in its full strength. Herder is absolutely convinced of the later
- soul evolution of mankind presents itself in Herder in a way that
- convinced of finding its justification in thought itself. Herder
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- Title: Book: RoP: The Age of Kant and Goethe (Pt1 Ch6)
- letter in which he tells Herder about his discovery of the archetypal
- Title: Book: RoP: Darwinism and World Conception (Pt2 Ch2)
- achieved this goal he wrote in a letter to Herder, convinced that he
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