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Publication Date: 01/01/1925

66 pages

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Professor Brightman has here gone back to a new reading of Fichte, Schelling, Hegel, and Schopenhauer for an answer to the question of the survival of individual personal consciousness after death. Since he sketches the contributions made by these idealists against the background of present-day philosophical opinion, his study serves as a means of intellectual orientation. The reader who considers with him the significance of these four great philosophers will find himself upon new and stimulating paths of bought.

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