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panentheism; definition of, 39; Krause as coiner of the term, 183 n. 111; in Troeltsch, 39; view of God and the world in, 138-39, 158 n. 46 (see also pantaentheism; pantheism) panta (naVTa) [all things]. Seehen ego kaipanta (£V ¿YW Ka Z navTa)

pantaentheism, 138-39 (see also God, self-replication of; panentheism; pantheism)

pantheism, 121, 126, 134-36, 138; controversy, 6, 117-20, 130,177 nn. 3, 6,10,12; as end result of rationalism, according to Jacobi, 126; refined, Mendelssohn's 127-29,181 n. 67; See also panentheism; pantaentheism philosophy; of faith, Jacobi's, 127; Kantian, 3, 115-16, 117, 157 n. 38, 176-77 n.1; Leibniz-Wolffian. See Leibniz-Wolffian philosophy; Lessing's contribution to, 5-6; treatment of Lessing in the history of, 5 See also idealism, philosophical; metaphysics, Lessing's reason; in Augustine's Soliloquies, 94; authority of, 118; autonomy of, as Enlightenment goal, 3, 115—16; believing, 87, 142; gradual development in, 92, 97, 99; Lessing's concept of, 68, 87, 110, 142; limitations of, 52, 87, 105, 116 (see also autotheonomy); Mendelssohn as martyr in defence of,; and revelation, 56, 68, 92, 96-98, 101-103,105,107,113,114-15,142; truths of, 56, 59, 60-62, 67-69, 107; as wisdom, 87, 142 Reimarus, Elise (1735-1805), 18, 41, 119-20 Reimarus, Hermann Samuel (1694-1768); as deistic critic of Bible and Christian doctrine of revelation, 18, 91; Lessing's motive in publishing manuscripts of, 21, 23, 49, 54-55; Lessing's stance toward, 21; manuscripts of, posthumously published by Lessing, 18-19, 41, 42,150 n.

reincarnation, 110-12, 175 n. 56, 176 nn. 58, 63 (see also soul, immortality of the)

religion; Enlightenment view of, 141; true, 81 revelation; Lessing's idea of progressive, 98, 142, 173 n. 40; and reason. See reason, and revelation

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