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" this general idealistic conviction; that every created thing will continue, if and so long as its continuance belongs to the meaning of the world; that everything will pass away which had its authorised place only in a transitory phase of the world's... "
Metaphysic. (System of phil., 2). - Page 432
by Rudolf Hermann Lotze - 1884
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Metaphysic: in three books, ontology, cosmology, and psychology

Hermann Lotze - Metaphysics - 1884 - 539 pages
...it has nowhere recognised a prior world of ideal necessity, from which things might derive a claim to any other lot than that which the meaning of the...eternity, nor the defects which deny it to others. 240. We cannot pass quite so quickly over the question of the origin or genesis of the soul. How it...
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Science and Immortality: The Christian Register Symposium

Samuel June Barrows - Immortality - 1887 - 137 pages
...world, and so long as it does so belong; whilst every one will pass away whose reality is justified only in a transitory phase of the world's course....principle admits of no further application in human hands need hardly be said. We surely know not the merits which may give to one being a claim on eternity,...
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The Principles of Psychology, Volume 1

William James - Psychology - 1890
...world, and so long as it docs so belong ; whilst everyone will pass away whose reality is justified only in a transitory phase of the world's course....principle admits of no further application in human hands need hardly be said. We surely know not the merits which may give to one being a claim on eternity,...
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Studies in the Hegelian Cosmology

John McTaggart Ellis McTaggart - Cosmology - 1901 - 292 pages
...another to the list of the idealists who consider that we have no evidence for immortality. We have only "this general idealistic conviction; that every created...claim to eternity, nor the defects which deny it to others1." 50. Lotze's philosophy, as has been generally admitted, bears a resemblance on many points...
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The Ethical Aspect of Lotze's Metaphysics

Vida Frank Moore - Ethics - 1901 - 101 pages
...continuance belongs to the meaning of the world ; that everything will pass away which had its authorized place only in a transitory phase of the world's course....claim to eternity, nor the defects which deny it to others."2 In the Mikrokosmus the course of the argument is much the same, and the same conclusions...
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Studies in Hegelian Cosmology

John McTaggart Ellis McTaggart - Cosmology - 1901 - 293 pages
...in a transitory phase of the world's course. That this principle admits of no further application iu human hands hardly needs to be mentioned. We certainly...claim to eternity, nor the defects which deny it to others1." 50. Lotze's philosophy, as has been generally admitted, bears a resemblance on many points...
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Encyclopędia of Religion and Ethics: Hymms-Liberty

James Hastings, John Alexander Selbie, Louis Herbert Gray - Religion - 1915 - 400 pages
Scope: theology, philosophy, ethics of various religions and ethical systems and relevant portions of anthropology, mythology, folklore, biology, psychology, economics and ...
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Is Death the End?: Being a Statement of the Arguments for Immortality; a ...

John Haynes Holmes - Immortality - 1915 - 382 pages
...world, and so long as it does so belong; whilst every one will pass away whose reality is justified only in a transitory phase of the world's course....principle admits of no further application in human hands need hardly be said. We surely know not the merits which may give to one being a claim on eternity,...
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Basic Ideas in Religion: Or, Apologetic Theism

Richard Wilde Micou - Apologetics - 1916 - 496 pages
...world, and so long as it does so belong; whilst every one will pass away whose reality is justified only in a transitory phase of the world's course....principle admits of no further application in human hands need hardly be said. We surely know not the merits which may give to one being a claim on eternity,...
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Basic ideas in religion: or, Apologetic theism

Richard Wilde Micou - Apologetics - 1916 - 496 pages
...only in a transitory phase of the world's « Principles of Psychology, VoL I, p. 348. " Ibid., p. 349. course. That this principle admits of no further application in human hands need hardly be said. We surely know not the merits which may give to one being a claim on eternity,...
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