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RUDOLF EUCKEN ON THE MEANING AND VALUE
THE ALLEGED REVOLUTIONISM OF EUCKENS PHILO
ACTIVISM AND ADOLESCENCE
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action activity Adolescence already anthropotheistic aspiration Auguste Sabatier become belief central chapter Christian conceive conception consciousness conviction Cosmotheism deeper distinctive divine Edward Caird emotions Empiricism endeavour Esquisse essential eternal evil experience expression faith feeling Fideism function fundamental G. F. Stout God's Hall's Hegel Hibbert Journal human immanent immortality implies impulse individual infinite inspiration instinct intimacy inwardly Jesus Kant Lex Credendi live logical love's man's meaning and value melioristic ment Monism moral Moreover nature object organized ourselves over-belief passion philosophy of Action Pluralism point of view possible postulate Pragmatism present principle of fruition problem Professor Caird Professor Eucken's Professor Hall Professor James Psychology reality realize redeem redemption relation religion Religious Idealism rooted Rudolf Eucken's Philosophy Sabatier Sabatier's seek selfhood sense Shand sorrow soul spiritual standpoint Subjectivism supreme tendency theism things tion transcendence true truth ultimate unity universe vide vital word