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  • Title: Book: RoP: The Struggle Over the Spirit (Pt2 Ch1)
    Matching lines:
    • Professor Lotze. Here he assumes a circular movement of the parts
    • follow our physical instincts for tomorrow we die? Lotze (1817 – 81)
  • Title: Book: RoP: Modern Idealistic World Conceptions (Pt2 Ch6)
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    • Rudolf Hermann Lotze (1817 – 81), Gustav Theodor Fechner
    • Wagner's Handwörterbuch der Physiologic, Lotze opposed the
    • the sense of an idealistic mode of thinking. But Lotze and Fechner
    • thought that went beyond the view of natural science. Lotze was forced
    • Lotze, like many others, has the feeling that the human picture of
    • pages . . . ) What in Lotze is caused by his inner disposition of feeling,
    • Lotze has given an interpretation of the phenomena of the world that
    • Lotze expresses his own feeling with regard to the things of nature as
    • comprehensive personality, its aims and purposes. Lotze, therefore,
    • with what Lotze says concerning the continuous life of the soul after
    • At the point where Lotze's reflections touch the realm of the great
    • which Lotze's ideas can penetrate into the realm of the great
  • Title: Book: RoP: Modern Man and His World Conception (Pt2 Ch7)
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    • of thought of this kind had already been indicated by Lotze (compare
    • that of Lotze when he speaks of the continuation of the soul?
    • can be found in Lotze's statement: Is it at all possible to go no

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