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Outlines of Logic and of Encyclopędia of Philosophy: Dictated Portions of ... - Page 145
by Hermann Lotze - 1892 - 190 pages
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The Literary World, Volume 18

Literature - 1887
...valuable as the later section on philosophy in theory and practice. Philosophy, says Lotze here, is not a kind of luxury superfluous to our real life. The...a solution that is universally valid and free from contradiction, for those riddles by which our mind is oppressed in life, and about which we are perforce...
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Introduction to philosophy: an inquiry after a rational system of scientific ...

George Trumbull Ladd - Philosophy - 1891 - 426 pages
...a discipline so peculiar in its nature and methods as to be adapted only to the pursuit of the few. The rather is it nothing else than "the strenuous effort of the human spirit " to find a solution for those riddles about which we are all compelled to hold some view in order...
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New Englander and Yale Review, Volume 55

Social sciences - 1891
...Philosophy is not a discipline so peculiar in its nature as to be adapted only to the pursuit of the few; the rather is it nothing else than the ' strenuous effort of the human spirit to find a solution for those riddles about which we are all compelled to hold some view in order to...
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