noun, plural things-in-them·selves [thingz-in-th uh m-selvz] /ˌθɪŋz ɪn ðəmˈsɛlvz/. Kantianism.
Origin of thing-in-itself
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It was not the "thing-in-itself," it was only the refraction of it through our atmosphere.Creative Evolution
The fountain and support of it is the will to live, or the thing-in-itself, which we are.
The thing-in-itself is the unknowable reality of the thing we know.
The thing-in-itself either is or else it is not the reality of phenomena.
What the reality is, is the problem of the thing-in-itself (to use the Kantian term).Schopenhauer