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It is accordingly one of the chief aims of the present volume to investigate the relation between the “earlier” and the “later” Barth, and the relation between the “earlier” and the “later” Brunner as well as the present relationship between these outstanding Crisis theologians.

of the understanding. The facts they actually see are therefore merely instances; they may be duplicated. Men see only the appearances of the facts in themselves. The handling of brute facts is, to an extent at least, the man-handling of them. If you would taste a really juicy orange, you yourself must pick one fully ripened on the tree. So the enthusiastic Californians will tell you. But most of us can never go to California. In fact, according to Kant, none of us can. California is like the horizon
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