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  • Title: Book: Riddle of Man: A Forgotten Stream in German Spiritual Life
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    • Christian Planck belongs to those personalities in the evolution of
    • last period of his life Karl Christian Planck drew his thought-world
    • perceive in Planck's soul a similar kind of feeling for the riddle
    • for Planck the point of departure for his investigations. Within the
    • true world. Planck was just as far as Hegel from wanting to approach
    • becomes for Planck precisely the ray of light that falls upon the world
    • in Planck's view, give up hope of arriving at reality; since,
    • this view Planck has, to begin with, attained only the starting point
    • of world views occurs. And Planck's striving is to attain a kind
    • but without itself being thought by us, Planck paints his picture of
    • As an example of the way Planck wants to arrive at a picture of the
    • geology, then, for Planck's world view, there is no truth in this
    • say that all this is obvious and that Planck, basically, is only deceiving
    • himself in thinking that not everyone sees it this way. Planck would
    • is what is significant about a personality like Planck: he attains an
    • this point of view Planck sought in thinking to grasp what lives in
    • a personality like Planck as hovering in unworldly conceptual heights
    • call it. Now, with respect to this way of experiencing Planck, one can
    • that thinkers like Planck — because they acquire for themselves
    • goal. One can arrive at such an opinion when one considers Planck and
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  • Title: Book: Riddle of Man: Pictures from the Thought-Life of Austria
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    • thinkers. The thoughts of Schelling, Hegel, Fichte, and Planck shape
    • I introduced in the presentation on Karl Christian Planck in this book.).
    • from Fichte to Planck described in this book, Hamerling seeks the path
    • in the sense employed in our discussion of Planck.)
  • Title: Book: Riddle of Man: New Perspectives
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    • Christian Planck recognizes that the thoughts of ordinary consciousness
    • are not this life, Therefore, Planck is of the view that precisely the
    • has been characterized in this book in describing Planck's



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