The Nature Of Man And His Relation To

Man as a Microcosm—His Ordinary Consciousness of Himself as identified with Discursive Reason—This Identification as the Result of a Fall from the Intelligible World—The Possibility of Ascending again—The Way Upward through Intelligence to the One—The Actual and the Potential in Man—The Development of a deeper Self-consciousness—The Goal beyond Self-consciousness—The True and the Apparent in the Religious Consciousness—Error of taking the Higher as exclusive of the Lower—Comparison and Contrast of the Regressive Movement in Ancient and Modern Philosophy—From Kant to Hegel—The Relation of God to the World in Plotinus and in Christianity, . . , . 289-316

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