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Nietzsche attacks idealist philosophy for its intellectualism, theoretical argumentation and abstract concepts which, according to him, are not realities "but mere imaginings--more strictly speaking, lies'" (256), and for its neglect of the body that is seen by it as unimportant, subordinate and loathsome.
Within idealist philosophy, in the mind's ordering of objects and in the desire systematically to comprehend things, to render the world knowable, Adorno perceives a tendency towards domination.
The extremely eye-catching packaging suggests that German Idealist philosophy in some respects has responsibility not only for the Jews' own difficulties in defining themselves in the assimilatory climate since the latter half of the nineteenth century, but also for the events that marred German history in the twentieth century, namely the Holocaust.
His foray into religious philosophy is typical of the attempts of Russian thinkers, beginning with the nineteenth century Slavophiles, to create a modern Russian philosophy that would combine Western idealist philosophy with the traditions of Russian culture.
He became a recognized authority on Mahayana Buddhist idealist philosophy both In India and in China after his return.
Whilst naturally relating this rebellion against the common perception of reality to religious and mystic traditions and idealist philosophy, Ahearn locates the stimulus for modern visionary writing in the trauma of the French Revolution and the recurrent frustration of revolutionary expectations in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, together with 'disastrous events on an increasingly global scale' (162).
By contrast, the spiritualist (or idealist) approach, typical of religion, psychoanalysis, and idealist philosophy, obstructs the advancement of knowledge, and, therefore, that of the treatment of mental disorders.
The status of the particular in idealist philosophy is thus left somewhat obscure, and with it the capacity of that philosophical approach to express intelligently and devoutly the doctrine of the Incarnation and the Atonement.
His son, Mikhail, continued this idyll in the 1830's, bringing friends like Stankevich, Belinsky, and Ivan Turgenev to Prymukhino, where they endlessly debated German idealist philosophy while falling in love with Bakunin's sisters.
His search for eternal truths led him through German idealist philosophy back to a form of Christianity that he dramatized in what he called redemption drama, best exemplified by Ariadne auf Naxos (1912).
Kissinger is, however, not a favoured name with current US historians; he was, and is, too un-American a figure, acceptable to Nixon precisely because he was a maverick among foreign policy advisers and analysts, but out-of-place among his colleagues to whom realism is itself a type of idealist philosophy.
But this still leaves the question of the game's link with Borges's father and with idealist philosophy.