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Outlines of the philosophy of religion: dictated portions of the lectures of ... - Page 99
by Hermann Lotze - 1901 - 162 pages
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Outlines of philosophy, Volume 2

Hermann Lotze - 1885
...constant action of the will of God, do they obscure the thought to which we would firmly hold; namely, that the World is not a mere immanent development...government. For only after this is there any possibility of events by which the continuous realization of a ' predeterminate plan of the world might be interrupted....
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Outlines of the philosophy of religion: dictated portions of the lectures of ...

Hermann Lotze - Philosophy - 1885 - 162 pages
...obscurely although vigorously, that something new also must happen in _j POSSIBILITY OF SOMETHING NEW. 99 the world, something that is not a mere consequence...government. For only after this is there any possibility of events by which the continuous realization of a predeterminate plan of the world might be interrupted....
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Christian Thought, Volume 3

Charles Force Deems, John Bancroft Devins, Amory Howe Bradford - Bible - 1885
...something new also must happen in the world something that is not a mere consequence of what has gon? before and that there must exist in individual...Being for self as relatively independent beings." " There is no reason why perfectly new beginnings of a subsequent origin that have no foundation in...
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Lotze's theory of reality

Evan Edward Thomas - Objectivity - 1921 - 217 pages
...just this capacity to initiate a new series of events ; and therefore in brief a freedom of activity or primarily of willing, by which they separate themselves...Being for Self " as relatively independent beings.' 1 But Lotze is not willing to grant freedom to things. He analyses this conception of freedom and finds...
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