from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A form of the philosophy of common sense which is distinguished by insisting that we ought to repose upon our natural tendency to view the origin of the universe and of high moral aspirations anthropomorphically.
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Jacobi was the first, in modern times, to give the "faith-philosophy," as it is now designated, a definite form.
The third is an intuitional or "faith-philosophy," which finally ends in _Mysticism_.