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  • Title: PoSA (English/RSPC1949): Appendix I
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    • presence or living thinking - new thinking - by which all human activity
    • natural progression of human thinking. With the main body of this
    • outside the human consciousness. This, urges von Hartmann, implies a
    • within the human consciousness. But, if developed with unflinching
    • consciousness. The objects of other human minds, too, I am then
    • experience. Existing beyond the sphere of human consciousness, they
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Appendix II
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    • presence or living thinking - new thinking - by which all human activity
    • willing to seek truth nowhere but out of the depths of human nature.
    • of knowledge even into the immature human being, the child. We seek
    • philosophers have been artists in concepts. Human Ideas have been the
    • enhance the existential value of human personality. The true value of
    • the sciences is reached only by showing the human range of their
    • the world of Ideas in order to use them for his human aims, which
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter I
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    • Conscious Human Action
    • presence or living thinking - new thinking - by which all human activity
    • CONSCIOUS HUMAN ACTION
    • the freedom of the human will has found enthusiastic supporters and
    • uniformity of natural law is broken in the sphere of human action and
    • precious possession of humanity, now as its most fatal illusion.
    • Infinite subtlety has been employed to explain how human freedom can
    • the question of the freedom of the human will we are not concerned.
    • valuation of human action and character remains untouched by this
    • continue. Now this is that human freedom which everybody claims to
    • asserts that the human will depends on two chief factors, the motives
    • true that the human will is not ‘free,’ inasmuch as its direction
    • applied to the actions of human beings. Modern science loves these
    • something similar to human behaviour, they believe they have touched
    • absolute beginning.” Here again human actions in which there is
    • indeed of the ass, but of human beings, in which the motive that has
    • which thinking plays in human action. As Hegel rightly says, “It
    • human action its characteristic stamp.
    • of our reason. I am very far from calling only those actions “human
    • of the nature of human action presupposes that of the origin of
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter II
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    • presence or living thinking - new thinking - by which all human activity
    • human nature. Man is not a self-contained unity. He demands ever more
    • of his own human nature, he finds himself in an awkward position.
    • considers the human interior as a spiritual entity utterly alien to
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter III
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    • presence or living thinking - new thinking - by which all human activity
    • activities of the human spirit. Unlike thinking, they must be classed
    • philosophy, Descartes, to base the whole of human knowledge, on the
    • thinking without taking account of its vehicle, the human
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter IV
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    • presence or living thinking - new thinking - by which all human activity
    • that thinking is combined with observation. The human consciousness
    • one another. In saying this, we already characterize this (human)
    • or self-consciousness. Human consciousness must, of necessity, be at
    • being with fully developed human intelligence originated out of
    • makes no difference to the sun and the planetary system that human
    • of the heavens which human beings have is determined by the fact that
    • Principles of Human Knowledge, Part I, Section 6.)
    • nothing is real except God and human spirits. What we call the
    • find in the history of human spiritual life another edifice of
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter V
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    • presence or living thinking - new thinking - by which all human activity
    • constitution of human individuals, then we have to do, not with
    • significance for human minds, i.e., that it is as good as
    • only when a human being confronts the plant. Quite so. But leaves and
    • an individual stamp in each separate human being only because it
    • are bound to fail. Neither a humanly personal God, nor
    • all belong only to a limited sphere of our observation. Humanly
    • considers himself entitled by these arguments to find in the human
    • relation of human subject to object in the world is brought down from
    • between the real event and the contemplating human being. This
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter VI
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    • Human Individuality
    • presence or living thinking - new thinking - by which all human activity
    • HUMAN INDIVIDUALITY
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter VII
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    • presence or living thinking - new thinking - by which all human activity
    • his organization, i.e., not of human organization in general,
    • Monist will reply: Maybe there are Intelligences other than human; if
    • perceiving, i.e., through this specifically human mode of
    • in the quite specific way which is characteristic of the human
    • similarity of the world-pictures of different human individuals. He
    • another human being? The Metaphysical Realist thinks he can infer the
    • similarity of the subjective world-pictures of different human beings
    • human perceiving subjects, or the “I-in-itself”
    • than human senses, can give us no occasion to seek for knowledge
    • of human senses would yield a different perceptual picture, an
    • enrichment or a modification of human experience. But genuine
    • will understand how for a knowledge of human nature the fact is
    • sound. Human nature, taken concretely, is determined not only by
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter VIII
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    • presence or living thinking - new thinking - by which all human activity
    • expression of human personality. The Self, through thinking, takes
    • activity of the human soul is so easily misapprehended as thinking.
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter IX
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    • presence or living thinking - new thinking - by which all human activity
    • experience, human thinking occurs only in connection with, and by
    • relation of human organization to thinking. For this organization
    • function: first it restricts the human organization in its own
    • however, emerges here. If the human organization has no part in the
    • is built upon the human organization. The latter is the source of the
    • will issues from the human organization. [The
    • directly conditioned in the human organization. The conceptual
    • become motives of will by influencing the human individual and
    • individual make-up of human beings. This individual make-up we will
    • human life is feeling. Definite feelings accompany the percepts of
    • the greatest possible happiness of humanity as a whole purely for its
    • happiness of humanity as a whole will naturally be differently
    • humanity.
    • things which also contribute to the happiness of humanity. It is,
    • facts have first to be created by human action.
    • related to human action as the laws of nature are related to a
    • is Christian, or humane, or seemingly unselfish, or calculated to
    • get at the essence of human volition we must distinguish between the
    • human volition. What one should do, that one does. One supplies the
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  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter X
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    • presence or living thinking - new thinking - by which all human activity
    • dawns on someone that his authorities are fundamentally human beings
    • or that He moves about among men in manifest human shape, and that
    • not through the part which human nature, through its thinking, plays
    • experience. Hence these extra-human moral norms always appear as
    • for the origin of morality likewise in the sphere of extra-human
    • extra-human being is conceived to be unthinking and acts according to
    • necessity, the human individual and all that belongs to him. On that
    • manifestation of the extra-human world-order. It is not man who
    • extra-human Being. Man ought to do what this being wills. Eduard von
    • evolution of humanity as a process, the function of which is the
    • true reality, an extra-human something which it does not experience.
    • Metaphysician, content merely to infer an extra-human reality, is
    • itself in the human individual. In so far as man follows the impulses
    • mechanical order of nature nor of an extra-human world-order, but
    • behind human agents the purposes of a foreign world ruler,
    • own human ends. Moreover, each individual pursues his own particular
    • thought of moral maxims other than those applicable to men. Human
    • morality, like human knowledge, is conditioned by human nature, and
    • human quality, and spiritual activity (freedom) the human way of
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  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter XI
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    • presence or living thinking - new thinking - by which all human activity
    • the manifold currents in the spiritual life of humanity there is one
    • determines the antecedent. This applies, first of all, only to human
    • human agent. For the connection to have purposive character this
    • observed only in human actions. Hence this is the only sphere in
    • What is the extra-human destination (and, consequently, purpose)
    • concept of purpose in every sphere, with the sole exception of human
    • human life has no other purpose and destination than the one which
    • realized only by human beings. Consequently, it is illegitimate to
    • limb of the human body is not determined and conditioned by an Idea
    • purposiveness with that which belongs to a subjective human action.
    • purpose for extra-human facts, intended to side with those thinkers
    • everything outside human action and, next, human action itself, as a
    • as it lies outside human action, is that in this world there is
    • revealed something higher than a purpose such as is realized in human
    • human purposiveness, we mean that the individual sets purposes before
    • himself, and that the result of the total activity of humanity is
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter XII
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    • that of the punishments attached by human authority, or of the pangs
    • determinate sphere of percepts. Human action does not create
    • element only when it enters into human experience and becomes an
    • have developed out of non-human ancestors. What the nature of men
    • characteristic quality of the perfect form of human action. Freedom
    • must be attributed to the human will, in so far as the will realizes
    • chapters on human willing I have pointed out what man can experience
    • observe the development of human volition in the direction towards
    • self-dependent essence. Where such an intuition is present in human
    • represses the necessary activity of the human organism and then puts
    • directive force inherent in human nature. Man is free in proportion
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter XIII
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    • presence or living thinking - new thinking - by which all human activity
    • human action must follow, in order to make its contribution to the
    • and then to get rid of it altogether.” Human beings are members
    • only by the ceaseless, devoted labour of human beings. But so long as
    • then, the striving for pleasure is fundamentally inherent in human
    • humanity.
    • extra-human purposes. Every one of us has to perform his own definite
    • of food. And if it wants to extend its assertion also to non-human
    • however, would be mistaken, because it would make the human will
    • human will. The cases in which we really make the value of our
    • altogether that the human will is so constituted that it cannot be
    • human activity. The work of every single individual and the whole
    • than the realization of those satisfactions which human desires
    • reply that it is human nature to strive to do one's tasks, and that
    • human nature to pursue it so long as the pain connected with this
    • eradicate the pleasure which the fulfilment of human desires brings,
    • will. If we deny any value to the aim of human willing, then we shall
    • human spirit capable of determining for itself the content of its
    • will, but in the full development of human nature. To regard moral
    • of their half-developed natures as the full content of humanity, and
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  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter XIV
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    • presence or living thinking - new thinking - by which all human activity
    • human race, when experienced by the individual in the right way,
    • understand a human being completely if one makes the concept of the
    • which the status of one-half of humanity is unworthy of a human being
    • Anyone who judges human
    • by anyone once and for all, and handed down to humanity ready-made.
    • on the basis of the universal characteristics of human nature, what
    • which are typical. In this sense every single human being is a
    • which we gain when a human individual communicates to us his way of
    • spirit in a human community only to the degree in which he has
    • laws of human authorities which rule him.
    • and their acceptance by human communities all moral activity of men
    • has its root. To put this differently: the moral life of humanity is
    • the sum-total of the products of the moral imagination of free human
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter XV
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    • presence or living thinking - new thinking - by which all human activity
    • human experience all the material which it requires for the
    • part of human nature which is accessible to our self-observation, and
    • the unity which the human desire for knowledge demands, and through
    • human individual is not actually cut off from the universe. He is a
    • appearance of perception, has at all times been the goal of human
    • the view than an inter-relation discovered by human thinking has only
    • human individuals (cp. p. 64 ff.). According to Monistic principles,
    • every human individual regards every other as akin to himself,
    • There is but one world of Ideas, but it lives in all human beings as
    • Reality itself. The ideal content of another human being is also my
    • inferred by abstract reasoning is nothing but a human being
    • transplanted into the Beyond. Schopenhauer's will is the human
    • human spirit never transcends the reality in which it lives. Indeed,
    • of being derived from an extra-human Beyond. So far as we can think
    • them, they must have their origin in human intuition. Man does not
    • from the Beyond, but of human intuitions which belong to this world.
    • through human action only in the human being himself. For an Idea to
    • conviction that freedom is to be found in the reality of human
    • whole sphere of human conduct, those actions with respect to which
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  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Contents
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    • CONSCIOUS HUMAN ACTION
    • HUMAN INDIVIDUALITY
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Cover Sheet
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  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Editors Note to the 1st Translated Edition
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  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Editors Preface to the 4th Edition, 1939
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  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Extract to Editors Note to 2nd Edition
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  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Preface to the Revised Translation, 1939
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  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Preface to the Revised Edition, 1918
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    • presence or living thinking - new thinking - by which all human activity
    • are two fundamental problems in the life of the human soul, to which
    • naturally to the human soul. And it is easy to feel that the soul
    • life of the human soul.
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Seelische Beobachtungs
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