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De Naturae NaturaFörfattare: Alexander Jacob
This study of European naturalism philosophy begins with the classical conceptions of Mind, Soul, Nature and the Unconscious and Analyses the revival of These notions in the Natural Philosophy of the Renaissance and the Seventeenth Century. The concept of the Unconscious Acquired a Major Importance in the system of the German vitalist Biologists and The Idealistic Philosophers of the Nineteenth Century. Jacob shows how These various thinkers, as well as the German Romantic philosophers, and especiallywhen Schubert, Carus, Schopenhauer and Hartmann, not only revived the ancient doctrines of the Soul In Their metaphysical schemes but overpriced Anticipated The Psychological theories of Jung, who, as a psychologist and philosopher, serves as the culminating point of the work. In the Appendix, the author points to the natural philosophical bases of the discussions of racial differences That emerged in the Nineteenth Century alongside the Investigations Into the Spiritual Capacities of Mankind.
Author: Alexander Jacob