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  • Title: Book: RoP: The Struggle Over the Spirit (Pt2 Ch1)
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    • Planck. In the preface of an excellent book published in 1850 and
    • Planck (1819 – 80). The writings of this man have been completely
    • interesting works of modern philosophy. Planck strives as intensely as
    • finiteness.” (Compare Planck, The World Ages.) “There
    • Now the strange thing happens in Planck's philosophy that he declares
    • had, according to Planck, made the mistake of having reason
    • Planck, however, intended to have reason no longer withheld within its
    • extension, the truly real. Planck blames Hegel because Hegel had
    • into being in the human spirit. Planck declares that the essence of
    • reality — such is Planck's structure of ideas. He considers the world
    • Planck's relation toward his contemporaries is most interesting.
    • the materialists could also have characterized their credo, but Planck
    • The personality of Planck appears no less interesting when he is
    • consider Planck's ideas concerning the motivations of human action and
    • interpretation of the statements of the senses. As Planck does not
    • Planck constructs the general power of right because he can realize
    • thirst for reality that, in turn, motivates Planck in his attempt to
    • In reading Planck's books one feels that he was deeply disturbed by
    • There have been thinkers before Planck's time, of course, who strove

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