History of Modern Philosophy, from Nicolas of from to the Present Time: The American (Classic Reprint)

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The aim of this translation is the same as that of the original work. Each is the outcome of experience in university instruction in philosophy, and is intended to furnish a manual which shall be at once scientific and popular, one to stand midway between the exhaustive expositions of the larger histories and the meager sketches of the compendiums. A pupil of Kuno Fischer, Fortlage, J. E. Erdmann, Lotze, andE ucken among others, Professor Falckenberg began his career as Docent in the university of Jena. In the year following the first edition of this work he became Exiraordinarius in the same university, and in 1888 Ordinarius atE rlangen, choosing the latter call in preference to an invitation toD orpat as successor toT eichmiiller. The chair atE rlangen he still holds. His work as teacher and author has been chiefly in the history of modern philosophy. Besides the present work and numerous minor articles, he has published the following: Ueber den intelligiblen Charakter, zur Kritik derK antischen Freiheitslehre, 1879; Grundsiige derP hilosophie des Nicolaiis Cusanus, 1880-81 ;and Ueber die gegenwdrtige Lage der deutschen Philosophie, 1890 (inaugural address atE rlangen). Since 1884-5 Professor Falckenberg has also been an editor of the Zeitschrift fur Philosophie undphilosophische Kritik, until 1888 in association with Krohn, and after the latters death, alone. At present he has in hand a treatise on Lotze for aG erman series analogous to Blackwood sP hilosophical Classics, which is to be issued under his direction. Professor Falckenberg sgeneral philosophical position may be described as that of moderate idealism. His historical method is strictly objective, the aim being a free reproduction of the systems discussed, as far as possible in their original terminology and historical connection, and without the intrusion of personal criticism.
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