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  • Title: Book: RoP: Modern Idealistic World Conceptions (Pt2 Ch6)
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    • Wilhelm Wundt, who continued to work in Fechner's spirit in this
    • resulted from the experimental method suggested by Fechner. Wundt
    • The ideas of the philosophical thought picture of Wilhelm Wundt (1832
    • Wundt, philosophy is “the general knowledge that has been
    • produced by the special sciences” Wundt, System of
    • order. This Wundt does, and thus he allows the general form of his
    • develop in a thinker who, like Wundt, is acquainted with the special
    • Wundt looks at the world picture that the human soul produces through
    • Wundt, this mode of conception is, in a certain sense, an unquestioned
    • auxiliary concept as well. . . . (Wundt, System of Philosophy).
    • In this way, the question of the nature of the soul is, for Wundt, a
    • Wundt does not observe a soul; he perceives only psychical activity.
    • separates them in his observation. Wundt is of the opinion that a
    • units of will. This all goes to show how Wundt is driven by the
    • feels as vividly and as directly as a hunger of the soul. Wundt
    • is for this reason that Wundt's world picture becomes a “mere
    • conception. For Wundt also, it is only the will in the human
    • In Hamerling and Wundt two personalities emerge in the course of the
  • Title: Book: RoP: Modern Man and His World Conception (Pt2 Ch7)
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    • philosophy through Nietzsche as compared to Hamerling, Wundt and even

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