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Schwegler, A.
Schwenckfeld
Scottish School, the
Selby-Bigge
Semi-Hegelians, the
Semi-Kantians, the
Semler
Sengler, J.
Sennert, D.
Sensation
a source of knowledge in Locke
and in Hume
the sole source of knowledge in Condillac
Leibnitz's view of
_See also_ Rationalism and Empiricism, Sensationalism
Sensationalism
in Hobbes
in modern thought in general
of Locke
of Condillac
of Bonnet
of Helvetius
of La Mettrie
of Holbach
in Italy
of Feuerbach
of the German positivists
_See also_ Empiricism, Experience, Sensation
Sergi, G.
Seth, A.
Seydel, R.
Seyfarth
Shaftesbury
Sherlock, T.
Sibbern, F.C.
Siber
Siciliani, P.
Sidgwick, H.
Sidney, Algernon
Siebeck
Sigwart, Chr. von
Sigwart, Chr. W.
Silesius
Sime, J.
Simmel, G.
Simon, J.
Skepticism, in Montaigne
in Charron
in F. Sanchez
in Bayle
of Hume
of Diderot,
of D'Alembert
the anti-Critical, of Schulze
the Critical, of Maimon
Smith, Adam
Snell, K.
Social Contract, the theory of, in Hobbes
Hume on
in Rousseau
Kant on
Solger, K.F.
Sommer, H.
Sommer, R.
Soul, the, thought the essence of, in Descartes
a congeries of ideas in Spinoza
thought the essence of, in Malebranche,
thought merely an activity of, in Locke
a sum of inner states in Hume
Leibnitz's monadological view of
Kant on
Herbart on
_See also_ Ego, Immortality, Mind and Body
Space (and Time), Hobbes on
in Leibnitz
in Kant
in Herbart
in Schopenhauer
in Spencer
in Lotze
Spaventa
Spedding
Spencer, H.
system of
Spicker, G.
Spinoza, B. de
position in modern philosophy
and Descartes
system of
and Leibnitz
and Schelling
_See also_ Descartes
Spirit, Schilling's philosophy of
Hegel's phenomenology of
his doctrine of subjective
of objective
of absolute
recent German philosophy of
Spitta, H.
Stadler, A.
Stahl, F.J.
Starcke, C.N.
State, the, early theories of
Hobbes on
Spinoza on
Locke on
Montesquieu on
Rousseau's theory of
Kant's view of
Fichte on
Schelling on
Hegel on
Spencer on
_See also_ Social Contract
Staudinger, F.
Steckelmacher, M.
Steffens, H.
Steffensen, K.
Steinbart
Stein, H. von
Stein, L.
Steinthal
Stephen, Leslie
Stern, A.
Stewart, Dugald
Stirling, J.H.
Stirner, Max (pseudonym, cf. K. Schmidt)
Stoeckl, A.
Stöhr, A.
Stout, G.F.
Strauss, D.F.
Strümpell, L.
Stumpf, C.
Stumpf, T.
Sturm, Christoph
Stutzmann
Suabedissen
Suarez, Francis
Substance
Descartes on
Spinoza on
Locke on
Berkeley on (material)
Hume's skeptical analysis of
Leibnitz's doctrine of
Kant on
Schopenhauer on
Hartmann on
Sufficient Reason, the Principle of
in Leibnitz
in Schopenhauer
Sully, James
Sulzer
Susemihl
Suso

Taine, H.
Tappan, H.P.
Taubert, A.
Tauler
Taurellus
Taute
Teichmüller
Teleological Argument, the
in Boyle
Hume on
Reimarus on
Leibnitz on
Kant on
Herbart on
Teleology
minimized by modern thought
rejected by modern physics
in Boyle
Bacon on
Hobbes's denial of
Descartes on
Spinoza's denial of
Newton on
Leibnitz on
Kant on
in Fichte
Schelling on
in Hegel
in Trendelenburg
in Hartmann
_See also_ Mechanism, Naturalism, Sufficient Reason, Teleological
Argument
Telesius
Temple, Sir William
Testa
Tetens, J.N.
Thaulow
Theology
relation of, to philosophy in Taurellus
in Campanella
and science in Bacon
in Leibnitz
Lessing's speculative

Kant's view of
Schelling on
Schleiermacher's view of
Comte on the theological stage of thought
Strauss on
Feuerbach on
_See also_ Deism, Faith, Faith and Reason, God, Religion
Thiele, G.
Things in themselves
in Kant's critics and immediate successors
in Fichte
Liebmann on
_See also_ Phenomena, Noumena
Thomas à Kempis
Thilo
Thomasius, Christian
Thomasius, Jacob (Father of Christian)
Thomson, W.
Thorild, T.
Thümmig
Tieck
Tiedemann
Tillotson, J.
Time, Kant on objective determinations of
_See also_ Space and Time
Tindal, Matthew
Toland, John
Tönnies, F.
Torrey, H.A.P.
Toscanelli
Tracy, Destutt de
Trahndorff
Transcendental and Transcendent, meaning of, in Kant
Trendelenburg, A.
Treschow, N.
Tschirnhausen
Turgot
Twardowski, K.

Ueberhorst
Ueberweg, F.
Uebinger, J.
Ulrici, H.
Unconditioned, the
in Kant
in Sir Wm. Hamilton
in Mansel
in Spencer
_See also_ the Absolute
Unconscious, the, Hartmann's philosophy of
Uphues, G.K.

Vacherot, E.
Vaihinger, H.
Valla, L.
Vanini
Vatke, W.
Veitch, J.
Venetianer, M.
Venn, J.
Vera
Vico
Villers
Virchow, R.
Vischer, F.T.
Vives
Vloten, J. van
Voëtius
Vogel
Vogt, Karl
Volkelt, J.
works by
position of
Volkmann von Volkmar
Volney (Chasseboeuf)
Voltaire
Vorländer, F.

Waddington
Wagner, J.J.
Wagner, Richard
Wagner, Rudolph
Waitz, Theodor
Wallace, A.R.
Wallace, William
Wallaschek, R.
Walter, J.
Warburton, W.
Ward, J.
Watson, John
Weber, E.H.
Weber, Theodor
Weigel, E.
Weigel, Valentin
Weiss, Bruno
Weisse, C.H.
Weissenborn
Werner, K.
Weston, S. Burns
Weygoldt
Whately, Richard
Whedon, D.D.
Whewell, W.
Whiston, W.
Wildauer, T.
Willmann, O.
Windelband, W.
Winkler, B.
Witte, J.H.
Wohlrabe
Wolff, Christian
system of
and Kant
Wollaston, William
Woolston, T.
Wundt, W.
Wyck, Van der
Wyttenbach, D.

Zabarella
Zart, G.
Zeising, A.
Zeller, E.
works of
position of
Ziegler, T.
Ziller, T.
Zimmer, F.
Zimmermann, R.
Zimmern, Helen
Zöllner

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