Fichte

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Blackwood, 1881 - 222 oldal
 

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88. oldal - Yours is the greater des' tiny, — to found an empire of Mind and Reason, — to destroy ' the dominion of rude physical power as the ruler of the ' world. Do this, and ye shall be worthy of your descent ' from us ! ' " With these voices mingle the spirits of your later fathers, — of those who fell in the sacred struggle for freedom of Religion and of Faith : —
193. oldal - ... which float past without there being anything past which they float; which, by means of like pictures, are connected with each other : — pictures without anything which is pictured in them, without significance and without aim. I myself am one of these pictures ; — nay, I am not even this, but merely a confused picture of the pictures. All reality is transformed into a strange dream, without a life which is dreamed of, and without a mind which dreams it ; — into a dream which is woven together...
88. oldal - Take ye our place ; hand down our memory to future ages, honorable and spotless as it has come down to you, as you have gloried in it and in your descent from us. Hitherto our struggle has been deemed noble, great, and wise; we have been looked upon as the consecrated and inspired ones of a divine world-plan. Should our race perish with you, then will our honor be changed into dishonor, our wisdom into folly.
79. oldal - The guiding principle of all Carlyle's ethical work is the principle of Fichte's speculation, that the world of experience is but the appearance or vesture of the divine idea or life...
192. oldal - I know of no being, not even of my own. There is no being. I myself absolutely know not, and am not. Pictures are: — they are the only things which exist, and they know of themselves after the fashion of pictures: — pictures which float past without there being anything past which they float ; which, by means of like pictures, are connected with each other: — pictures without anything which is pictured in them, without significance and without aim. I myself am one of these pictures ; — nay,...
196. oldal - The whole end of reason is pure activity, absolutely by itself alone, having no need of any instrument out of itself, — independence of everything which is not reason, — absolute freedom. The will is the living principle of reason...

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