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In him the disapproval of having Judaism subsumed under formulas of a philosophic stamp comes again to the surface.
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It is true that concepts of the suprasensible exist, but nothing can be known through them, there is nothing intuitively given to be subsumed under them.
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If the former is to become the latter, an _a priori_ concept must be added to the perception (in the above case, the concept of cause), under which the perception is subsumed.
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Things in themselves may be thought, but they can never be known; for knowledge, besides the empty thought of an object, implies intuitions which must be subsumed under it or by which the object must be determined.
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A concept is empty when nothing actual corresponds to it, or no intuition can be subsumed under it (here it is to be noted that, besides sensuous intuition, there is an intellectual intuition also; an example is found in the ego as a self-intuiting being).
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The Ideas are of two kinds: the aesthetic Ideas are intuitions, which lack clear concepts corresponding to them; the logical Ideas are concepts under which no correspondent definite intuitions can be subsumed.
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Mental life is a subdivision of life in general, and may be subsumed under the general definition; but while biological truths concern the connection between internal phenomena, with but tacit or occasional recognition of the environment, psychology has to do neither with the internal connection nor the external connection, but "the connection between these two connections.
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A thousand years are as a day when subsumed by its laws.
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This act is in itself a double function, consisting of, first, the fixing of the sign, and second, the fixing of the conception subsumed under it.
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The abstract universality of the Elementary school and the one-sided particularity of the Technological school, however, is subsumed under a concrete universality, which, without aiming directly at utility, treats science and art on all sides as their own end and aim.
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One-sided passivity as well as one-sided activity is subsumed under Individuality, which makes itself into its own end and aim.
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The Æolian individuality was subsumed in the history of the two others, so that these had to proceed in their development with an internal antagonism.
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Through the mediation of the Greek and Roman churches the views of the ancient world were subsumed but not entirely subdued.
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Examples of Subsumed

Example #1
His being a poet even more than a philosopher enabled him to get a better insight into the inwardness of Judaism than that obtained by the intellectualists with their analytic scalpels.
Example #2
To this trend Judah Ha-Levi (1085-1140) stands out as a notable exception.
Example #3
With this failure to perceive the intuitive element in mathematics was joined the mistake of overlooking its synthetic character.
Example #4
In reality objects can never be given through concepts; these only render it possible to think objects given in some other way (by intuition).
Example #5
The category determines the perceptions in view of the form of the judgment, gives to the judgment its reference to an object, and thus gives to the percepts, or rather, concepts (sunshine and warmth), necessary and universally valid connection.
Example #6
A judgment of perception (the sun shines upon the stone and the stone becomes warm) is only subjectively valid; while, on the other hand, a judgment of experience (the sun warms the stone) aims to be valid not only for me and my present condition, but always, for me and for everyone else.