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2009 | 9 | 9 | 99-113
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Świadomość a przedmiot obserwacji w filozofii Rudolfa Steinera

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CONSCIOUSNESS VERSUS THE OBSERVED OBJECT IN RUDOLF STEINER’S PHILOSOPHY
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This paper presents the critical theory of Rudolf Steiner’s cognition. His early philosophical works were inspired by Kant’s philosophy. At that time, he attempted to find a synthesis between the sensory world and the mental/spiritual one. Steiner’s early thought represented the epistemological position characteristic of Kantian bio-philosophy. It was an influential current of gnoseology in the 19th-century. The author presents main notions of Steiner’s philosophical positions such as: perceiving, image, feeling and thinking.
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9
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9
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99-113
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