Thomas Leinkauf
University of Münster
This article tries to give a survey of anthropological thinking in early modern philosophy, taking `anthropology' not in its modern sense and not even sensu strictu as for example Otto Casman did it in his work from the late 16th century, i.e.: as the physiology of the human being, but sensu lato as a philosophical reflection on the condition of man as an `animal rationale'. The arguments focus on three `directions' of the inner movement of the mental and psychological activity of mankind , which, taken all together, form the total concept of “Selbstrealisierung“
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