ding an sich
[ ding ahn zikh ]
/ ˈdɪŋ ɑn ˈzɪx /
noun, plural ding·e an sich [ding-uh ahn zikh] /ˈdɪŋ ə ɑn ˈzɪx/. German.
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Examples from the Web for ding an sich
As a philosopher, he is interesting for his criticism of the theory of the “thing-in-itself” (Ding-an-sich).
For Reality is no absent and dead, or statical, Ding-an-Sich.
We cannot know the thing as it is, the Ding-an-sich, in Kant's phrase.Edward Caldwell Moore|Edward Moore
British Dictionary definitions for ding an sich
Ding an sich
/ (dɪŋ æn sɪk, German dɪŋ an zɪç) /
philosophy the thing in itself
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