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Menschen als Sinnbilder

Author: Hermann Keyserling, Graf von
Publisher: Darmstadt : O. Reichl, 1926.
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Keyserling, Hermann, Graf von, 1880-1946.
Menschen als Sinnbilder.
Darmstadt, O. Reichl, 1926
(OCoLC)609071028
Named Person: Arthur Schopenhauer; Oswald Spengler; Immanuel Kant; Jesus Christ.
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hermann Keyserling, Graf von
OCLC Number: 303363
Notes: At head of title: Graf Hermann Keyserling.
Description: 270 pages ; 20 cm
Contents: Einführung: von der Produktivität des Unzulänglichen.--Schopenhauer als Verbilder.--Spengler der Tatsachenmensch.--Kant der Sinneserfasser.--Jesus der Magier.
Responsibility: Graf Hermann Keyserling.

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