The philosophy of life, and Philosophy of language, in a course of lectures by Friedrich von Schlegel

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Statementby Frederick von Schlegel. Translated from the German by A. J. W. Morrison. London, H. G. Bohn, 1847.
SeriesLanguage, man, and society: foundations of the behavioral sciences
ContributionsSchlegel, Friedrich von, 1772-1829.
LC ClassificationsB3086.S53 P5323 1973
The Physical Object
Paginationlxxiv, 567 p.
Number of Pages567
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Open LibraryOL5704482M
ISBN 100404082491
LC Control Number70147991

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Morrison Friedrich von Schlegel These fifteen Lectures on the Philosophy of Life are intended to give, as far as is possible, a clear and succinct exposition of the following subjects. The first five treat of the soul, 1, as the centre of consciousness: 2, as the centre of moral life: 3, as co-operating with mind in the acquisition of knowledge: 4, in its relation to nature The philosophy of life, and philosophy of language, in a course of lectures by Friedrich von Schlegel Published by Henry G.

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