Synonyms for reden_über or Related words with reden_über

die_menschliche              einfluss_auf              metaphysik_und              frühen              der_germanen              religiös              geschichtlich              frömmigkeit              vornehmlich              überlieferung              beziehung_auf              apostolischen              möglichkeiten_und              deutung              lehre_von_der              subjektivität              schrifft              schrifttum              auslegung              ein_versuch              mit_anmerkungen              evangelien              nützliche              biblischen              enthalten              reden_und              beurtheilung              andern              pietismus              wesen_und              eine_untersuchung              wie_auch              der_heutigen              göttlichen              geschichtlicher              kritischen              verlorenen              seines_lebens              ursachen_und              überhaupt_und              zusammenhang              teutschland              dogmatische              gantze              protestantismus              schrift_und              der_zweiten              stellung_der              begriffs              des_zweiten_weltkrieges             



Examples of "reden_über"
After studying at Göttingen, Bonn and Giessen, he became professor at Kiel (extraordinarius) in 1889 and afterwards at Bonn (extraordinarius 1894; ordinarius 1897). He published, among other works, "Schleiermachers Stellung zum Christentum in seinen Reden über die Religion" (1888), and a "Life" of his father (2 vols, 1829–96).
Though his ultimate principles remained unchanged, he placed more emphasis on human emotion and the imagination. Meanwhile, he studied Spinoza and Plato, both of whom were important influences. He became more indebted to Kant, though they differed on fundamental points. He sympathised with some of Jacobi's positions, and took some ideas from Fichte and Schelling. The literary product of this period of rapid development was his influential book, "Reden über die Religion" ("On Religion: Speeches to Its Cultured Despisers") and his "new year's gift" to the new century, the "Monologen" ("Soliloquies").
He was born at Leipzig, and studied at the university there, at first adhering to the Hegelian school of philosophy. In the course of time, his ideas changed, and became close to those of Schelling in his later years. He developed (along with I. H. Fichte) a new speculative theism, and became an opponent of Hegel's pantheistic idealism. In his addresses on the future of the Protestant Church ("Reden über die Zukunft der evangelischen Kirche", 1849), he finds the essence of Christianity in Jesus' conceptions of the heavenly Father, the Son of Man and the kingdom of Heaven. In his work on philosophical dogmatics ("Philosophische Dogmatik oder Philosophie des Christentums", 3 vols. 1855-1862) he seeks, by idealizing all the Christian dogmas, to reduce them to natural postulates of reason or conscience.