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  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • never became a Darwinist in Haeckel's meaning. Gegenbauer, who
  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • in the external symptoms, in what may be designated as Haeckel's
    • Haeckel gave to his world-conception, and even without considering
    • namely, the fact that Haeckel came to the fore, with his conception
    • call it, Haeckelism. The whole problem may be considered, as it were,
    • of Haeckel's teachings, consisting in a collection of facts which
    • see, the way in which Haeckel stood within his epoch, was
    • characterised, for instance, by the celebration of Haeckel's sixtieth
    • from Haeckel. Essentially, he had already declared what he could
    • this Haeckel-celebration, a physiologist of the medical faculty
    • were present, who thought that Haeckel was a significant personality,
    • Haeckel could be clearly distinguished from the others, but the
    • B or Mr. C, had to speak during this Haeckel celebration. I might say
    • with a certain emphasis, realising that Haeckel was a great
    • the “colleague” Haeckel, and particularly emphasized
    • Haeckel, and meant by this that he was celebrating the sixtieth
    • Haeckel had formed a world-conception; he was one of those who
    • world. Consequently, this colleague did not speak of Haeckel's
    • from his standpoint, he praised Haeckel, he praised him exceedingly,
    • by indicating that, apart from Haeckel's statements concerning the
    • Haeckel had investigated in his special sphere: Haeckel had prepared
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