SELF-OBSERVATION by Arnold Freeman

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SELF-OBSERVATION by Arnold Freeman

 

CONTENTS

 


INTRODUCTORY NOTE     

EXTRACTS FROM "MEIN LEBENSGANG"   

THE THEORY OF KNOWLEDGE IMPLICIT IN GOETHE'S WORLD-CONCEPTION

"THE PHILOSOPHY OF SPIRITUAL ACTIVITY"

Chapter 1   CONSCIOUS HUMAN ACTION

Chapter 2   MAN'S FUNDAMENTAL IMPULSE TO GET KNOWLEDGE

Chapter 3    THINKING AS THE INSTRUMENT OF KNOWLEDGE

Chapter 4    THE WORLD AS PERCEPT

Chapter 5    COGNISING THE WORLD

Chapter 6    THE HUMAN INDIVIDUALITY

Chapter 7    ARE THERE LIMITS TO WHAT WE CAN KNOW?

Chapter 8    THE FACTORS OF LIFE

Chapter 9    THE IDEA OF FREEDOM

Chapter 10   MONISM

Chapter 11   PURPOSE

Chapter 12   DARWINISM AND ETHICS

Chapter 13   THE VALUE OF LIFE (PESSIMISM AND OPTIMISM)

Chapter 14   THE EMERGENCE OF THE INDIVIDUAL FROM THE GENERIC

Chapter 15   THE CONSEQUENCES OF MONISM

HUMAN EVOLUTION