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The Theory of Knowledge Implicit in Goethe's World Conception

On-line since: 30th November, 2012

CONTENTS

 

translator's preface

PREFACE TO THE NEW EDITION

FOREWORD TO THE FIRST EDITION

 

A. Preliminary Questions

       I.    THE POINT OF DEPARTURE

     II.    GOETHE'S SCIENCE CONSIDERED ACCORDING TO THE METHOD OF SCHILLER

   III.    THE FUNCTION OF THIS BRANCH OF SCIENCE.

 

B. Experience

  IV.    DEFINITION OF THE CONCEPT OF EXPERIENCE

    V.    EXAMINATION OF THE CONTENT OF EXPERI­ENCE

  VI.    CORRECTION OF AN ERRONEOUS CONCEPTION OF EXPERIENCE AS A TOTALITY

VII.    VII. REFERENCE TO THE EXPERIENCE OF THE IN­DIVIDUAL READER

 

C. Thought

VIII.    THINKING AS A HIGHER EXPERIENCE WITHIN EXPERIENCE

  IX.    THOUGHT AND CONSCIOUSNESS

    X.    THE INNER NATURE OF THOUGHT

 

D. Knowledge

  XI.    THOUGHT AND PERCEPTION

XII.    INTELLECT AND REASON

XIII.    the act of cognition

XIV.    cognition and the ultimate foundation of things

 

E. The Science of Nature

XV.    inorganic nature

XVI.    organic nature

 

F. The Spiritual, or Cultural, Sciences

XVII.    xvii. introduction: spirit and nature

XVIII.    psychological cognition

XIX.    human freedom

XX.    optimism and pessimism

 

G. Conclusion

XXI.    scientific knowledge and artistic crea­tion

 

Notes to the First Edition

Notes to the New Edition, 1924

Translator s Exposition in Brief

 


 




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