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- Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
- Greek under Wilamowitz, or have learned about philosophy from Eucken
- the very existence of philosophy and the many philosophers in the world
- who created philosophies. He rails at all philosophy. Now this man recently
- published a volley of abuse against philosophy and wanted to find an
- so you can see what is thought in our time of philosophy, by which people
- see from my forthcoming book: “We have no more philosophy than
- loftiest strivings, namely in philosophy, we have not yet advanced beyond
- very serious about this: “We have no more philosophy than animals,
- and only our frantic attempts to attain a philosophy and the final resignation
- of philosophy by trying to prove that it is nothing but a series of
- have such a distorted view of philosophy? I think it may interest you
- to know who is able to come up with such an incredible view of philosophy.
- As a matter of fact, the person in question is a professor of philosophy
- The End of Philosophy
- of his office as professor of philosophy at a university by convincing
- His name is Richard Wahle, and he is a full professor of philosophy
- Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 2: Blood and Nerves
- at all; at most it is an easy philosophy for lazy people. All those
- professor of philosophy in Czernowitz whose pronouncement I read to
- read it again: “We have no more philosophy than animals, and only
- our frantic attempts to attain a philosophy and the final resignation
- quintessence of his philosophy — well, one cannot really call
- it philosophy; after all, according to this professor of philosophy,
- human beings have no more philosophy than the animals! What it amounts
- of philosophy have set themselves the task of representing philosophy
- does his philosophy. Therefore, they ruin every task they are appointed
- to fulfill as much as this philosopher ruins philosophy. However, with
- as professor of philosophy for the destruction of philosophy.
- than all the philosophy of Kant and Schiller, than all philosophy of
- his greatness. One of the things he said was, “Philosophy does
- Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 3: The Twelve Human Senses
- the mysticism of Gorres and Mohler's symbolism. On philosophy there
- philosophy, Vaihinger's philosophy of the As if, and very many books
- but to continue the striving that began with modern philosophy but
- Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 4: The Human Organism Through the Incarnations
- And this man then developed this idea into a whole philosophy, the philosophy
- According to this philosophy we don't need to assume atoms exist,
- did. You see, it's a complete philosophy of the As if.
- wisdom of the world, in philosophy. When such thinking exists, when
- Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 5: Balance in Life
- He wants to reduce all philosophy and all world views to mere
- about tables from the word “table.” But in philosophy and
- Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 7: Toward Imagination
- for instance, in the Vedanta philosophy, their inability to understand
- science the spirit can enter into a science such as oriental philosophy.
- Riddles of Philosophy
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