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  • Title: Book: RoP: The Struggle Over the Spirit (Pt2 Ch1)
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    • 99), Carl Vogt (1817 – 95) and Jacob Moleschott (1822 –
    • appeared in 1822. With great boldness of thought, enthusiasts Vogt,
    • himself opposed by Carl Vogt was typical of the intellectual warfare
    • mother.” Vogt answered this statement for the first time in his
    • not imply anything concerning the soul. Vogt wrote a polemical
    • disclosed his opponents' conclusions as illusions. Vogt's
    • Against Wagner's doctrine of the soul, Vogt maintained that we see the
    • perfectly clear in the controversy between Vogt and Wagner. For Wagner
    • good they are doing should be rewarded and the evil punished. Vogt's
    • that Buechner, Vogt and Moleschott were not philosophers to a
    • When one becomes acquainted, however, with Carl Vogt, one finds in him

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