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  • Title: Book: Riddles of Philosophy: Table of Contents
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    • VI The Age of Kant and Goethe
    • IV Echoes of the Kantian Mode of Conception
  • Title: Book: RoP: The World Conceptions of the Modern Age of Thought Evolution (Pt1 Ch5)
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    • its own realm. This is the riddle with which Kant later feels himself
    • development of the “Age of Kant and Goethe” grew.
  • Title: Book: RoP: The Age of Kant and Goethe (Pt1 Ch6)
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    • RoP: The Age of Kant and Goethe (Pt1 Ch6)
    • The Age of Kant and Goethe
    • men of great intellectual-spiritual power, Kant and Goethe.
    • with Kant's Critique of Practical Reason, he wrote:
    • And when, on the basis of Kant's conception, he had built his own
    • Schiller. He writes about Kant on October 28, 1794:
    • the form of the Kantian as well as every other philosophy. Its
    • Seen from the present age, Kant and Goethe can be considered spirits
    • To illustrate the effect that Kant exerted on his age, the statements
    • For heaven's sake, do buy two books, Kant's Foundation for a
    • Kant is not a light of the world but a complete radiating solar
    • Kant undertook the greatest work that philosophical reason has perhaps
    • certain if one wants to determine the fame that Kant bestowed on his
    • This shows how Kant's contemporaries saw a revolutionary event in the
    • development of world conception in his achievement. Kant himself
    • continue their effect in Kant's thinking and are transformed in his
    • Kant's writings that are most significant for his view is aware of a
    • special appreciation of Kant for the mathematical mode of thinking as
    • one of these traits. Kant feels that what is known in the way
    • Spinoza's realm of thoughts, appears in Kant's mind. Spinoza wants to
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  • Title: Book: RoP: The Classics of World and Life Conception (Pt1 Ch7)
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    • develop an idealistic world conception by Kant. Under Kant's
    • staying within the limits of observation and thinking. Where Kant,
    • no knowledge of transcendent things was possible, the post-Kantians
  • Title: Book: RoP: Reactionary World Conceptions (Pt1 Ch8)
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    • only appearance. In this view he follows Kant to a certain degree, but
    • while Kant declares true being unattainable to thinking cognition,
    • that Kant, Fichte and Schelling introduced to the German philosophical
    • who was, to be sure, in a certain respect an opponent of Kant, but
    • who nevertheless drew the student's attention to Kant and Plato as the
    • enthusiasm Schopenhauer plunged into Kant's mode of conception. He
    • Did not Kant teach this, too? Is not the perceptible world only a
    • time, Schopenhauer thought Plato and Kant to be in complete agreement.
    • Although Schopenhauer found everything that Kant stated concerning the
    • was not at all satisfied with regard to Kant's remarks concerning the
    • thing in itself. Schulze had also been an opponent of Kant's view in
    • that Schopenhauer added to the conviction that he had from Kant and
    • not, as Kant's “thing in itself,” beyond our perceptive
  • Title: Book: RoP: The Radical World Conceptions (Pt1 Ch2)
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    • judgment concerning the relation of Kant to his contemporaries:
    • I believe that just as the followers of Mr. Kant always charge their
    • who believe that Mr. Kant must be right because they understand him.
    • reason to believe it to be true. I believe that most of Kant's
    • felt disturbed by Kant's question of whether we are in fact entitled
    • can admit a supernatural world order as Kant had done. But whoever,
    • existence. Philosophers like Kant escaped the dilemma only by
  • Title: Book: RoP: The Struggle Over the Spirit (Pt2 Ch1)
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    • opposed to all Kantianism. Witness what Hegel himself has to say
    • against the Kantian method of investigating cognition before the act
    • lacks also the ability to investigate it. The Kantian philosophy is an
    • died in the first of the nineteenth century? Kant began this march of
    • of Knowledge Seen in Opposition to Kant and Hegel, which appeared
  • Title: Book: RoP: The World as Illusion (Pt2 Ch3)
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    • 94) considered it as the Kantian thought — that all our knowledge had
    • One important enterprise was his renewal of Kant's conception that,
    • by the sentiment that Kant described when he said, “I had to
    • follow the methods of observation in his analysis. Logic, which Kant
    • Kant's Critique of Pure Reason and that he had noticed how on
    • is presented to us in the Kant-Laplace hypothesis of world evolution.
  • Title: Book: RoP: Echoes of the Kantian Mode of Conception (Pt2 Ch4)
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    • RoP: Echoes of the Kantian Mode of Conception (Pt2 Ch4)
    • Echoes of theKantian Mode of Conception
    • world conception that began with Kant, who had seen in the “thing
    • clear in the slogan, “Back to Kant,” which became popular in
    • task? Kant has asked such questions with great emphasis. In order to
    • Kant's line of thought, attempting to avoid his errors and to find in
    • from Kantian points of departure. The most important among them were
    • contributed a thorough work on Kant's Theory of Knowledge
    • This new attempt to start from Kant appears in a special light in Otto
    • recent followers and elaborators of Kantianism. They do not succeed in
    • argues the Neo-Kantian, but, really, this only seems to be so. Only a
    • Volkelt presents this view at the beginning of his book on Kant's
    • (Kant's Theory of Knowledge, pp. 208 ff.)
    • observed precepts? Neo-Kantianism is in a curious position. It would
    • begins with Kant and leads, finally, as it appears in Wahle, to a
  • Title: Book: RoP: World Conceptions of Scientific Factuality (Pt2 Ch5)
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    • What Kant, Fichte, Schelling and Hegel achieved, Dühring
    • world process, all investigations, which, like Kant's, want to limit
  • Title: Book: RoP: Modern Idealistic World Conceptions (Pt2 Ch6)
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    • Kant relinquished the knowledge of the world of things in themselves
    • of Kant, that we can know of reality only that it is, not
    • Spinoza, Kant, Leibniz and others. One seeks a force through
    • becomes affected by forces of thought that had, in Kant, deprived
  • Title: Book: RoP: Modern Man and His World Conception (Pt2 Ch7)
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    • of the fact that these thinkers start from Kant, which could have
    • them. This thought has gone beyond the Kantian limitation and it
  • Title: Book: RoP: A Brief Outline of an Approach to Anthroposophy (Pt2 Ch8)
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    • philosophical systems, and Kant's ideas are more or less taken as its
    • to sustain the Kantian option: Man must consider his knowledge to be
  • Title: Book: Riddles of Philosophy: Preface to the 1914 Edition
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    • since the age of Kant, at which I had arrived long ago, and which I

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