Main Currents of Modern Thought: A Study of the Spiritual and Intellectual Movements of the Present Day

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MAIN CURRENTS OF MODERN THOUGHT
A STUDY OF THE SPIRITUAL AND INTELLECTUAL MOVEMENTS OF THE PRESENT DAY

BY

RUDOLF EUCKEN PROFESSOR OF PHILOSOPHY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF JENA; AWARDED THE NOBEL PRIZE FOR LITERATURE, 1908

TRANSLATED BY MEYRICK BOOTH, B.Sc., PH.D. (JENA)

NEW YORK: CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS LONDON: T. FISHER UNWIN 1912

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 5
  • TRANSLATOR'S INTRODUCTORY NOTE 9
  • AUTHOR'S PREFACE TO THE ENGLISH EDITION 15
  • PREFACE TO THE THIRD EDITION 17
  • PREFACE TO THE FOURTH EDITION 21
  • Introduction - THE PRESENT STATE OF AFFAIRS AND THE TASK WITH WHICH IT PRESENTS US 23
  • A - THE FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPT OF SPIRITUAL LIFE 33
  • 1 - SUBJECTIVE -- OBJECTIVE 35
  • 2 - THEORETICAL -- PRACTICAL 64
  • 3 - IDEALISM -- REALISM 99
  • B - THE PROBLEM OF KNOWLEDGE 117
  • 1 - THOUGHT AND EXPERIENCE 119
  • 2 - MECHANICAL -- ORGANIC (TELEOLOGY) 165
  • 3 - LAW 195
  • C - THE WORLD-PROBLEM 213
  • 1 - MONISM AND DUALISM 215
  • 2 - EVOLUTION 240
  • D - THE PROBLEMS OF HUMAN LIFE 279
  • 1 - CIVILISATION (OR HUMAN CULTURE) 281
  • 2 - HISTORY 308
  • 3 - SOCIETY AND THE INDIVIDUAL (SOCIALISM) 341
  • 4 - THE PROBLEMS OF MORALITY 385
  • 5 - PERSONALITY AND CHARACTER 409
  • 6 - THE FREEDOM OF THE WILL 431
  • E - ULTIMATE PROBLEMS 445
  • 1 - THE VALUE OF LIFE 447
  • 2 - THE RELIGIOUS PROBLEM (IMMANENCE -- TRANSCENDENCE) 462
  • Conclusion 479
  • INDEX OF SUBJECTS 481
  • INDEX OF NAMES 485
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