Rosenkranz, who in his work Hegel's Naturphilosophie seeks to develop Hegel's idea of an earthorganism in the light of modern science, recognizing in crystallization the morphological element.
Mariano, Augusto Vera (Naples, 1887) and Strauss e Vera (Rome, 1874); Karl Rosenkranz, Hegel's Naturphilosophie and deren Bearbeitung durch A.
JOHANN KARL FRIEDRICH ROSENKRANZ (1805-1879), German philosopher, was born at Magdeburg on the 23rd of April 1805.
See Quabicker, Karl Rosenkranz (1899), and J.
Otto Braun (1908), who also wrote Schellings geistige Wandlungen in den Jahren 1800-1810 (1906); Rosenkranz, Schelling (1843); L.
See Rosenkranz, Erinnerungen an Karl Daub (1837); D.
Der Rosenkranz (Munich, 1903); Pradel, Rosenkranz-Biichel (Trier, 1885); D.
Rosenkranz (Trier, 1902).
There is an excellent article, "Rosenkranz," by Zockler in Herzog-Hauck, Realencyklopddie, 3rd ed.
They were published in 1840 by Rosenkranz from Hegel's papers.
Rosenkranz, Leben Hegels (Berlin, 1844) R.
Kiistlin, Hegel in philosophischer, politischer and nationaler Beziehung (Tubingen, 1870); Rosenkranz, Hegel als deutscher National-Philosoph (Berlin, 1870), and his Neue Studien, vol.
More weight was naturally attached to the opinion he had advocated in his early criticism of Kant as to the importance, if not the superiority, of the first edition of the Kritik; in the collected issue of Kant's works by Rosenkranz and Schubert in 1838 that edition was put as the substantive text, with supplementary exhibition of the differences of the second.
The sixth part of the Secret contains valuable criticisms on the Hegelian writings of Schwegler, Rosenkranz and Haym, and explains by contrast much that has been definitely stated in the preceding pages.