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" For, in most attempts of this kind, the great and weighty influence of the aforesaid aesthetic elements is especially overlooked, and, thereby, a very barren rationalism takes the place of that which the whole reason, acting in all directions, would be... "
Outlines of the philosophy of religion: dictated portions of the lectures of ... - Page 7
by Hermann Lotze - 1901 - 162 pages
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Outlines of the philosophy of religion: dictated portions of the lectures of ...

Hermann Lotze - Philosophy - 1885 - 162 pages
...this kind, the great and weighty influence of the aforesaid sesCAUSES OF BARREN RATIONALISM. 7 thetic elements is especially overlooked, and, thereby,,...direct statement. As often, however, as science has undertaken to give an account of its profits, it has done this in a doctrine of the "Proofs for the...
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The seeming unreality of the spiritual life: the Nathaniel William Taylor ...

Henry Churchill King - Religion - 1908 - 256 pages
...in aesthetic feelings and in ethical feelings. Where these are overlooked, naturally, as Lotze says, "a very barren rationalism takes the place of that...reason, acting in all directions would be able to produce."1 "The whole man is the organ of the spiritual." 1 Outlines of Philosophy of Religion, p....
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