Lotze, Rudolf Hermann (18171881)

Lotze, Rudolf Hermann, German philosopher, born at Bautzen, in Saxony; professor successively at Göttingen and Berlin; believed in metaphysics as well as physics, and was versant in both; “Microcosmus” is his principal work, published in 1864; he founded the system of “teleological idealism,” based on ethical considerations; he repudiated agnosticism, and had as little patience with a mere mechanical view of the universe as Carlyle (18171881).

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

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