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  • Title: St. Augustine
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    • extraordinary contrast to Auguste Comte is Schelling; who lived
    • world-view of Schelling. We have spoken often of it from this
    • Schelling seeks to get behind what can be seen in the world
    • same time. Then came a time in Schelling's life in which it
    • one day Schelling made the following admission, He said, it
    • the unlearned people.” That was the time when Schelling
    • what Schelling most sought, especially in the last period of
    • the true life of man. Thereby Schelling — formed the
    • Schelling, with his views, sought a Christianity without a
    • Church. Schelling seeks, as it were, to Christianise the whole
    • thought, of a Church without Christ, and Schelling's thought,
    • point in Realism, and then a personality such as Schelling who
    • Comte, and Schelling, I will just put this at the conclusion of
    • Schelling
  • Title: Bridge between the Ideal and the Real: Lecture I
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    • extraordinary contrast to Auguste Comte is Schelling, who lived
    • world-view of Schelling. We have spoken often of it from this
    • Schelling seeks to get behind what can be seen in the world
    • same time. Then came a time in Schelling's life in which it
    • day Schelling made the following admission. He said, it
    • the unlearned people.” That was the time when Schelling
    • what Schelling most sought, especially in the last period of
    • the true life of man. Thereby Schelling formed the conclusion,
    • Schelling, with his views, sought a Christianity without a
    • Church. Schelling seeks, as it were, to Christianise the whole
    • thought, of a Church without Christ, and Schelling's thought,
    • point in Realism, and then a personality such as Schelling who
    • St. Augustine, Auguste Comte, and Schelling, I will just put
    • Schelling



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