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by. Lotze, Hermann, 1817-1881.
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Metaphysic in Three Books, Ontology, Cosmology and Psychology; Volume 1. Bernard Bosanquet, Hermann Lotze. Microcosmus: An Essay Concerning Man and His Relation to the World, Volume 1. Constance Jones, Hermann Lotze. Outlines of Logic and of Encyclopaedia of Philosophy: Dictated Portions of the Lectures of Hermann Lotze. Hermann Lotze, George Trumbull Ladd.
Rudolf Hermann Lotze (German: ; 21 May 1817 – 1 July 1881) was a German philosopher and logician. He also had a medical degree and was unusually well versed in biology. He argued that if the physical world is governed by mechanical laws, relations and developments in the universe could be explained as the functioning of a world mind. His medical studies were pioneering works in scientific Rudolf Hermann Lotze (German: ; 21 May 1817 – 1 July 1881) was a German philosopher and logician.
197 - in this way," as Lotze has said, " we may easily imagine how all kinds of formulae may be arrived at, expressive of the acceleration and breadth and depth and colouring of the current of historical progress, formulae which, if applied to particulars, would be found to be utterly inexact, but which can yet claim to express the true law of history. Встречается в книгах (13) с 1890 по 1920
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Bibliographic Details Publisher: New York: Scribners, 1894. Publication Date: 1894. Our office is located in Los Angeles on West Third Street, between the Beverly Center and Farmer's Market. We purchase individual books and libraries. Proprietors: Michael R. Thompson, Kathleen D. Thompson, Carol Sandberg. Visit Seller's Storefront. Members of these associations are committed to maintaining the highest standards.
Lotze's first essay was his dissertation De futurae biologiae principibus . His two early books remained unnoticed by the reading public. Microcosmus: An Essay Concerning Man and His Relation to the World (1885).
Lotze's first essay was his dissertation De futurae biologiae principibus philosophicis, with which he gained (1838) the degree of doctor of medicine, four months after obtaining the degree of doctor of philosophy. He laid the foundation of his philosophical system in his Metaphysik (Leipzig, 1841) and his Logik (1843), short books published while still a junior lecturer at Leipzig University, whence he moved to Göttingen, succeeding Johann Friedrich Herbart in the chair of philosophy.
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