One of his best lieutenants said of him in a moment of impatience: " Lord Derby is like the God of Hegel: ` Er setzt sich, er verneint sich, er verneint seine Negation.'
So strongly was this doctrine emphasized by Kant, that he seemed to refer the matter of knowledge to the action upon us of a non-ego or Ding-an-sich, absolutely beyond consciousness.
The sovereign is "Absolut unabhangig and nur durch sich selbst beschrankt and beschrankbar" (Zorn, V olkerrecht, p. 4.
Opposite it is the island of Khortitsa, upon which was the sich (or syech) or camp of the ZaporozhianCossacks.
Schleiermacher's doctrine of knowledge accepts the fundamental principle of Kant that knowledge is bounded by experience, but it seeks to remove Kant's scepticism as to knowledge of the Ding an sich, or Sein, as Schleiermacher's term is.