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German Thinkers

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Day
7
Month
August
Year
1896
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Public Domain
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Other European natioiis will find it hard to briiig their schools of philosophy to the level reached by the Germán thinkers. The conternplative turu of the Teutonic niind, the quiet habits of the national life, the very climate, all tend to develop that leisurely mode of thought which is part of the uorth German character and one of the greatest enjoyments known to its possessors. The French mind, quick as it is, and fasciuating and prompt at grasping an idea, is too volatile, generally speaking, to the profoundly philosophic. But the Gerrnan, who carries his native simplicity and good nature everywhere, even into the most elevated questions, allows himself to feel and think and grow poetic

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