Herbart (17761841)

Herbart, German philosopher, born at Oldenburg; Kant's successor at Königsberg, professor also at Göttingen twice over; founded his philosophy like Kant on the criticism of subjective experience, but arrived at different results, and arrayed itself against the whole post-Kantian philosophy of Germany; it is described by Schwegler “as an extension of the monadology of Leibnitz, full of ingenuity but devoid of inward fertility, or any germ of movement”; he failed to see, as Dr. Stirling points out, that “Philosophy is possible only on the supposition of a single principle that possesses within itself the capability of transition into all existent variety and varieties” (17761841).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Hérault * Herbert, Edward, Lord
Heptad
Heptarchy, Anglo-Saxon
Heptateuch
Hera
Heracles
Heracli`dæ
Heraclitus
Heraclius
Herat
Hérault
Herbart
Herbert, Edward, Lord
Herbert, George
Herbert, Sidney
Herculaneum
Hercules
Hercules, The Choice of
Hercules, The Pillars of
Hercynian Forest
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Hereford