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  • Title: Book: RoP: The Struggle Over the Spirit (Pt2 Ch1)
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    • last century can be seen from the words that Friedrich Albert Lange
  • Title: Book: RoP: The World as Illusion (Pt2 Ch3)
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    • made by Friedrich Albert Lange (1828 – 73) with his History
    • follows its fundamental conception to its last conclusion. Lange's
    • Lange did not really produce any new conceptions, but he did throw
    • line of reasoning. Lange, as the spirit of an inexorable desire for
    • Lange asks himself the question: Where does a consistent materialism
    • Lange, therefore, assumes a world beyond our world that may consist of
    • Lange's world conception, then, leads to the opinion that we have only
    • It is Lange's conviction that all scientific endeavor that does not
    • the essence of the world is not recognized by Lange. He believes he
    • Through this turn that Lange gave to materialism there arose
    • acknowledges a conception because he thinks it is true. For Lange,
    • the individual is also granted a value by Lange for the whole human
    • In this way, Lange believes that he can secure for the ideal world its
    • poetic creation. Wherever he may look, Lange sees only fiction,
    • What Lange considers to be the error of the idealistic world
    • Lange: Idealism is poetry, but materialism is also poetry. In idealism
    • In Lange's thinking, complete idealism is combined with a complete
    • consistent defender of which was Friedrich Albert Lange. Monism
    • Lange divides the world into a known and an unknown part. It treats
    • In Lange's dualism nature is considered to be unfit to satisfy the
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  • Title: Book: RoP: World Conceptions of Scientific Factuality (Pt2 Ch5)
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    • Lange. Lange declares the higher concepts, especially all those in
    • Thus, it seems quite consistent for Lange to separate the foundation

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