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Subjectivism and Humanism
Empirical and a priori Considerations
The Nature of Apprehension
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A. E. Taylor actual entity adoration appetition apprehension awareness belief ception character cognition conceived conception concrescence conviction creative Dawes Hicks deity Descartes determined discrimination divine element emotion environment eternal objects existence expressed fact factors faith fear feeling finite Freud ground guilt H. H. Price Hegel holy human personality Ibid ideas implied impulse ingression interpretation intuition involved judgment Kant Kant's kind knowledge logical man's means mental events metaphysical mind mnemic mode moral nature neural processes notion numinous experience Oman organic Otto pattern perception philosophy physical Plato Preface to Morals present primitive primordial principle priori psychological purpose rational realisation reality realm reason recognised regarded relation religion religious experience Ritschlian scientific self-consciousness sensa sense sense-data social soul spirit stage subjective subjectivism sublime supernatural supreme symbols term Theism thought tion truth ultimate unity universe validity Whitehead whole worship