[loht-suh; German loh-tsuh]
- Ru·dolf Her·mann [roo-dolf hur-muh n; German roo-dawlf her-mahn] /ˈru dɒlf ˈhɜr mən; German ˈru dɔlf ˈhɛr mɑn/, 1817–81, German philosopher.
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Examples from the Web for lotze
Lotze is bound to differentiate thought from its antecedents.
But Lotze is not yet done with the problem of validity, even from his own standpoint.
But, on the other hand, prior to the work of thought there is to Lotze no content or meaning.
This contradiction, again, is necessary to Lotze's standpoint.
We have followed Lotze through his tortuous course of inconsistencies.