If these ideals are not this, then, as Eucken points out, they are the most tragic illusions conceivable.
Who can doubt the reality of "the spiritual life" after he has seen Eucken?
It is evident that Eucken has cut deep into Christianity alike on its historical, its doctrinal and its experiential sides.
Eucken and Bergson met for the first time at Columbia University in 1912.
Eucken states that such a view of revelation belongs to the past history of the race.
This practical idealism Eucken described by the term “Activism.”
A great deal of Eucken's personality may be discovered in his writings.
This, Eucken affirms, is only true in the most primitive societies.
Eucken works a change in every man and woman who remain with him for a length of time.
The riddle of the universe is solved for Eucken through life and action.