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  • Title: Book: RoP: The World Conceptions of the Modern Age of Thought Evolution (Pt1 Ch5)
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    • David Hume (1711 – 1776) in the inward realm of the
    • another an effect? This is a question Hume asks. Man sees how the sun
    • according to Hume, responsible for man's statements about the world
    • philosophical view of Hume, every conception that man forms beyond the
  • Title: Book: RoP: The Age of Kant and Goethe (Pt1 Ch6)
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    • thought world of Hume. In Hume he had found the view that the things
    • by Hume's opinion according to which the human mind does not receive
    • Through Hume's arguments, Kant was, according to his own confession,
    • mathematics is possible. If Hume were right, it would be out of the
    • presupposition Hume draws the conclusion:
    • Hume's view, we must say, “In accordance with the perceived
    • world, and Hume could not be contradicted when he says about every
    • Kant could not possibly adopt this conclusion of Hume as his own. For
    • touched but was unable to deny that Hume was justified in saying that
    • mind was a view Kant was ready to adopt from Hume. That this knowledge
    • when, under the influence of Hume, the observable world withered away
  • Title: Book: RoP: A Brief Outline of an Approach to Anthroposophy (Pt2 Ch8)
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    • apparent.” David Hume was most emphatically opposed to the
    • Hume only knows the kind of psychological observation that would
    • up Hume's statement and says, “This same man, Hume, nevertheless,
    • Hume's view that the soul contains nothing more than what he finds
    • there. For how could any continuity be guaranteed for what Hume finds

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