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  • Title: Book: RoP: Modern Man and His World Conception (Pt2 Ch7)
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    • The philosophy of Carl du Prel (1839 – 99) stands as an
    • object of a philosophy. (Carl du Prel, The Riddle of Man.)
    • many people who share the point of view of du Prel. The latter can be
    • Du Prel wants to grant this right of investigating the supersensible
    • further than the realm of consciousness. It is here that du Prel
    • entire realm of philosophy. For du Prel, the nature of the soul is to
    • Among the means through which this can be done, du Prel and many
    • spiritualism. It is not necessary to dwell here on du Prel's opinion
    • that du Prel feels it necessary to show that the soul not only
    • hypnotic suggestion, nor by all other processes to which du Prel
    • decisive significance for these phenomena? What is peculiar in du Prel
    • supersensible becomes the object of its interest? Du Prel looks
    • this existence within that other region. Du Prel points at a

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