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  • Title: Truth and Knowledge: Preface
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    • and account for the world is within the reach of our thinking. The
    • in our thinking. Instead of this, he shows in the most complicated way
    • This, of course, is valid only when our power of thinking penetrates
  • Title: Truth and Knowledge: Introduction
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    • as World-Thinking According to the Principle of the
    • Perception and Thinking), Berlin, 1878.
    • G. Engel, Sein und Denken, (Existence and Thinking)
    • Scientific Thinking), Leyden, 1890.
    • Thinking), Halle, 1875.
    • Categorical Mark of Thinking) Vierteljahrsschrift für
    • ________, Erfahrung und Denken (Experience and Thinking),
  • Title: Truth and Knowledge: iii. Epistemology Since Kant
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    • between thinking and existence, as well as the possibility of mediation
    • The subjectivism outlined above is based on the use of thinking for
    • thinking (logical combination of particular observations). But the
    • justification for using thinking in this way is not examined by this
    • conviction that thinking can be used to arrive at scientifically valid
    • in the life of representing and thinking in the widest sense;
    • about thinking.”
  • Title: Truth and Knowledge: iv. The Starting Point of Epistemology
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    • quite untouched by the activity of thinking, and what is more, from
    • asserted or decided anything at all about it by means of thinking. This
    • impression made on his senses and his thinking would be something like
    • passive awareness of the “directly-given” and a thinking recognition
    • knowledge would occur only if, in using thinking to combine the given
    • one's own thinking activity. A lunatic regards things and relations as
    • man, because it is said that all thinking refers only to objects and
  • Title: Truth and Knowledge: v. Cognition and Reality
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    • The act of restoration consists in thinking about the world as given.
    • Our thinking consideration of the world brings about the actual union
    • thinking consideration of things. Therefore, thinking is the act
    • which mediates knowledge. It is only when thinking arranges the
    • about. Thinking itself is an activity which, in the moment of
    • content that is cognized issues from thinking, it contains no problem
    • observe is given us directly. A description of thinking is also
    • at the same time the science of thinking. Logic, too, has always been a
    • empirically or logically, whether thinking in itself is correct.” One
    • could add to this that with thinking, all proof ceases. For proof
    • presupposes thinking. One may be able to prove a particular fact, but
    • than thinking, we can do so only with the help of thinking; this means
    • that thinking has to approach something given and transform its
    • This means that thinking approaches the given world-content as an
    • organizing principle. The process takes place as follows: Thinking
    • continuum. Then thinking relates these separate entities to each other
    • the outcome of this relationship. When thinking restores a
    • does not do so arbitrarily. Thinking waits for what comes to light of
    • itself through that particular relationship established by thinking,
    • then this attempt made by thinking would fail, and one would have to
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  • Title: Truth and Knowledge: vi. Epistemology Free of Assumptions and Fichtes Science of Knowledge
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    • given world, a second world — the world of thinking — rises up to
    • inserted by thinking into the systematic whole of the world-picture,
    • world-content in thinking. Self-observation reveals the I engaged in
    • through is, however, the world of thinking. And to determine the given
    • by means of thinking is to cognize. No matter from what aspect Fichte
    • can only be given; it can never be constructed out of thinking. One
    • thinking. The essential What of the given is postulated for the I only
    • thinking the essence of the world is mediated. Through thinking alone
    • relation of the I to the external world. In thinking alone the element
    • things have been understood by thinking, because thinking unites all
    • world when the world is permeated by thinking; it therefore no longer makes
  • Title: Truth and Knowledge: vii. Epistemological Conclusion
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    • must first be defined by thinking. The “thing-in-itself” and
    • defined by thinking in conformity with their character and relationship. The
    • of cognition. Should the sceptic maintain that our cognitive thinking
    • thinking, and in so doing refutes himself. Whoever attempts to
    • establish doubt in thinking by means of thinking itself admits, by
    • implication, that thinking contains a power strong enough to support a
    • in that thinking is declared to be both the necessary and the only
    • with, two elements only are present, the given and thinking — he
  • Title: Truth and Knowledge: viii. Practical Conclusion
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    • The most important problem of all human thinking is: to understand man

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