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" That all things which we see or work with in this Earth, especially we ourselves and all persons, are as a kind of vesture or sensuous Appearance : that under all there lies, as the essence of them, what he calls the ' Divine Idea of the World ;' this... "
Russell's Magazine - Page 97
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volume 85

Literary Criticism - 1859
...NO. DXX. the oscillations a firm stand-point, from whence to survey the History of Frederick a History marked in its outward aspect by all the strongest...earth, especially we ourselves and all persons, are as a kind of vesture or sensuous Appearance : that under all these lies, as the essence of them, what...
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Works, Volume 7

Thomas Carlyle - 1840
...conformity with the Transcendental Philosophy, of which he was a distinguished teacher, declares first : That all things which we see or work with in this...Earth, especially we ourselves and all persons, are as a kind of vesture or sensuous Appearance : that under all there lies, as the essence of them, what...
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On Heroes, Hero-worship, & the Heroic in History: Six Lectures ; Reported ...

Thomas Carlyle - Essays, English - 1841 - 393 pages
...conformity with the Transcendental Philosophy, of which he was a distinguished teacher, declares first, That all things which we see or work with in this...Earth, especially we ourselves and all persons, are as a kind of vesture or sensuous Appearance ; that under all there lies, as the essence of them, what...
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The Log Cabin: Or, The World Before You

Hannah Farnham Sawyer Lee - American fiction - 1844 - 120 pages
...with the transcendental Philosophy, of which he was a distinguished teacher, declares, first: That aU things which we see or work with in this earth, especially we ourselves and all persons, are as a kind of vesture or sensuous appearance: that under all there lies, as the essence of them, what...
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Ultramontanism, or The Roman Church and modern society, tr. by C. Cocks

Edgar Quinet - 1845
...conformity with the transcendental Philosophy, of which he was a distinguished teacher, declares, first : That all things which we see or work with in this...earth, especially we ourselves and all persons, are as a kind of vesture or sensuous appearance: that under all there lies, as the essence of them, what...
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On the nature of the scholar, and its manifestations, tr., with a memoir of ...

Johann Gottlieb Fichte - 1845
...with the transcendental Philosophy. of which he was a distinguished teacher, declares, first: That aU things which we see or work with in this earth, especially we ourselves and all persons. are as a kind of vesture or sensuous appearance : that under all there lies, as the essence of them, what...
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The destination of man

Johann Gottlieb Fichte - Faith - 1846 - 128 pages
...conformity with the transcendental Philosophy, of which he was a distinguished teacher, declares, first: That all things which we see or work with in this...earth, especially we ourselves and all persons, are as a kind of vesture or sensuous appearance: that under all there lies, as the essence of them, what...
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The Presbyterian review and religious journal

1846
...conformity with the transcendental philosophy, of which he was a distinguished teacher, declares, first: That all things which we see or work with in this...earth, especially we ourselves and all persons, are as a kind of vesture or sensuous appearance: that under all there lies, as the essence of them, what...
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On heroes, hero-worship, and the heroic in history: six lectures

Thomas Carlyle - Heroes - 1849 - 218 pages
...conformity with the Transcendental Philosophy, of which he was a distinguished teacher, declares first: That all things which we see or -work with in this...Earth, especially we ourselves and all persons, are as a kind of vesture or sensuous Appearance: that under all there lies, as the essence of them, what...
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Sartor Resartus (1831).: Lectures on Heroes (1840).

Thomas Carlyle - 1858 - 391 pages
...conformity with the Transcendental Philosophy, of which he was a distinguished teacher, declares first : That all things which we see or work with in this...Earth, especially we ourselves and all persons, are as a kind of vesture or sensuous Appearance : that under all there lies, as the essence of them, what...
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