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Eduard von Hartmann

(1842—1906)


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(1842–1906).

German philosopher. He saw in the ‘Unconscious’ an all-pervasive monistic principle which was at once will and presentation and also the ground of evolutionary development. Christianity, which was only a stage along the way to the religion of Absolute Spirit, was dead and its gravedigger was modern Protestantism.

Subjects: Literature — Christianity.


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