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Author : Albert Schweitzer
ISBN : OCLC:163150254
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Albert Schweitzer In Thought And Action

Author : James Carleton-Paget
ISBN : 9780815653684
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In the 1940s and 1950s, Albert Schweitzer was one of the best-known figures on the world stage. Courted by monarchs, world statesmen, and distinguished figures from the literary, musical, and scientific fields, Schweitzer was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1952, cementing his place as one of the great intellectual leaders of his time. Schweitzer is less well known now but nonetheless a man of perennial fascination, and this volume seeks to bring his achievements across a variety of areas—philosophy, theology, and medicine—into sharper focus. To that end, international scholars from diverse disciplines offer a wide-ranging examination of Schweitzer’s life and thought over the course of forty years. Albert Schweitzer in Thought and Action gives readers a fuller, richer, and more nuanced picture of this controversial but monumental figure of twentieth-century life—and, in some measure, of that complex century itself.
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Author : Oswald Schwemmer
ISBN : 9783770541812
Genre : Civilization
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Neudenken Von Kultur Und Kulturanalyse

Author : Joaquim Braga
ISBN : 9783832533366
Genre : Philosophy
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The texts in this collection are revised versions of presentations given at the Coimbra International Conference on the Semantics of Culture Why "Culture"?, held on November 24-25, 2011. Their common theme is the idea that the phenomenon of culture cannot be reduced to a substantialist vision of the diversity of manifestations of society and human beings. However, if one were to accept the concept of culture as a starting point for observing these manifestations, then it should also be adopted as a starting point for critical questioning, that is, for problematizing. The texts in this volume contribute to this philosophical problematization by pointing out - each with its own perspective of analysis - articulations of the phenomenon of culture as a theoretical object and as a thematic object.
Category: Philosophy

Von Der Erkenntnistheorie Zur Kulturphilosophie

Author : Ernst Wolfgang Orth
ISBN : 3826029445
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Einleitung - I. Zugänge zu Ernst Cassierer: Ernst Cassirers Philosophie der symbolischen Formen - Cassirers Philosophie der Lebensodrnungen - Geschichte un dLiteratur als Orientierungsdimensionen in der Philosophie Ernst Cassirers - II. Aspekte der Philosophie der symbolischen Formen: Zur Konzeption der Cassirerschen Philosophei der symbolischen Formen - Operative begriffe in Ernst Cassirers Philoso9phie der symbolischen Formen - Zum zeitbegriff Ernst Cassirers - Ist der Neukantianer Ernst Cassirer ein Nominalist? Verlegenheiten der Substanzkritik - Phänomenologie in Ertnst Cassirers Philosophie der symbolischen Formen - die Bedeutung der ,Kritik der Urteilskraft' für Cassirers Philosophie der symolischen Formen - III. Cassirer - Anthropologie und Kulturphilosophie: Der Begriff der Kulturphilosophie bei ERrnst Cassirer - Philosophische Anthropologie als Erste Philosophie. Ein Vergleich zwischen Ernst Cassirer und Helmuth Plessner - Die antrhropologische Wende im Neukantianismus. Ernst Cassirer udn Richard Hönigswald - Zum Begriff der Technik bei Ernst Cassirer udn Martin Heidegger - Einheit und Vielheit der Kulturen in der Sicht Edmund Husserls und Ernst Cassirers - Goethe als Therapeutikum. Diltheys Goethe-Auffassung und Ernst Cassirers Pathologie der symbolischen Formen - Ernst Cassirers Konzeption der symbolischen Formung als humanistische Auslegugn der Kultur - Indesx - Quellennachweis
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Weimar Thought

Author : Peter E. Gordon
ISBN : 9781400846788
Genre : Philosophy
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During its short lifespan, the Weimar Republic (1918-33) witnessed an unprecedented flowering of achievements in many areas, including psychology, political theory, physics, philosophy, literary and cultural criticism, and the arts. Leading intellectuals, scholars, and critics--such as Hannah Arendt, Walter Benjamin, Ernst Bloch, Bertolt Brecht, and Martin Heidegger--emerged during this time to become the foremost thinkers of the twentieth century. Even today, the Weimar era remains a vital resource for new intellectual movements. In this incomparable collection, Weimar Thought presents both the specialist and the general reader a comprehensive guide and unified portrait of the most important innovators, themes, and trends of this fascinating period. The book is divided into four thematic sections: law, politics, and society; philosophy, theology, and science; aesthetics, literature, and film; and general cultural and social themes of the Weimar period. The volume brings together established and emerging scholars from a remarkable array of fields, and each individual essay serves as an overview for a particular discipline while offering distinctive critical engagement with relevant problems and debates. Whether used as an introductory companion or advanced scholarly resource, Weimar Thought provides insight into the rich developments behind the intellectual foundations of modernity.
Category: Philosophy

Divided To The Vein

Author : Dirk Sinnewe
ISBN : 3826020731
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Category: Postcolonialism in literature