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" so far as and so long as the soul knows itself as this identical subject, it is, and is named, simply for that reason, substance. The attempt to find its capacity of thus knowing itself in the numerical unity of another underlying substance is not a... "
Metaphysic. (System of phil., 2). - Page 430
by Rudolf Hermann Lotze - 1884
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The Presbyterian Quarterly: 1889, Volume 3

Presbyterianism - 1889
...this substance is that which can experience and produce effects. "So far and so long." says Lotze, "as the soul knows itself as this identical subject, it is, and it is named, simply for that reason, substance." (Book II1., p. 179.) But this substance is no fixed...
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Personality, human and divine: being the Bampton lectures for the year 1894

John Richardson Illingworth - Psychology - 1898 - 274 pages
...themselves, the least satisfactory part j Lotze, Metaphys. 238. of his system. And, as Lotze remarks, 'The identity of the subject of inward experience...is, and is named, simply for that reason, substance. . . . That which is not only conceived by others as unity in multiplicity, but knows and makes itself...
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Systematic Theology: A Compendium and Commonplace, Volume 2

Augustus Hopkins Strong - Theology - 1907
...person, but which Is clearly distinguishable from the person iteelf." Lotze, Metaphysics, \ 244 " The Identity of the subject of Inward experience Is...and is named, simply for that reason, substance." Illingworth, Personality, Human and Divine, 32 "Our conception of substance Is not derived from...
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Systematic Theology: A Compendium and Commonplace-book Designed ..., Volume 1

Augustus Hopkins Strong - Baptists - 1907
...consists in the freedom of the whole soul from the mechanism of nature. Lotze, Metaphysics, 3. 244 "So far as, and so long as, the soul knows itself as the identical subject of inward experience, it is, and is named simply for that reason, substance."...
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