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Thu Feb 12 22:16:17 2015 UTClccn-n791459020.37"Vernatürlichung" Ursprünge von Friedrich Nietzsches Entidealisierung des Menschen, seiner Sprache und seiner Geschichte bei Johann Gottfried Herder /0.600.85Der Dichter als Führer in der deutschen Klassik : Klopstock, Herder, Goethe, Schiller, Jean Paul, Hölderlin /95187266Johann_Gottfried_Herdern 79145902377031Gerder.Gerder 1744-1803Gerder, Iogann Gotfrid.Gerder, Iogann Gotfrid 1744-1803Gerder, Iongann Gotfrid 1744-1803Heerde, J. G. 1744-1803Heerder 1744-1803Herder.Herder 1744-1803Herder, Giovanni Goffredo.Herder, Giovanni Goffredo 1744-1803Herder, J. G.Herder, J.G. 1744-1803Herder, J. G. (Johann Gottfried), 1744-1803Herder, J. G. v.Herder, J.G. von 1744-1803Herder, J. G. von (Johann Gottfried), 1744-1803Herder, J. J. 1744-1803Herder, Jean-Godefroy deHerder Jean-Godefroy de 1744-1803Herder, Joh. Gottfr.Herder, Joh. Gottfr. 1744-1803Herder, Joh. Gottfr. von.Herder, Joh. Gottfried.Herder, Joh. 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Gヘルダー, ヨハン ゴットフリート フォン 1744-1803ヘルデルヨハン・ゴットフリート・フォン・ヘルダー 1744-1803约翰·哥特弗里特·赫尔德 1744-1803赫尔德, 约翰·哥特弗里特 1744-1803lccn-n79003362Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von1749-1832othedtautctbcrelccn-n79144996Lessing, Gotthold Ephraim1729-1781autdtelccn-n85204357Barnard, F. M.(Frederick M.)autedtlccn-n87897679Forster, Michael N.autedtlccn-n83186189Heyne, Christian Gottlobarrhnredtlccn-n79040143Vico, Giambattista1668-1744np-muller, johann georgMüller, Johann Georgauiadpautedtlccn-n79021614Kant, Immanuel1724-1804autlccn-nr2002022851Suphan, Bernhardothadpautedtcrelccn-n79011141Berlin, Isaiah1909-1997autHerder, Johann Gottfried1744-1803Criticism, interpretation, etcRomancesHistoryBiographyPoetryDiariesHistory--PhilosophyAestheticsGermanyPhilosophy, GermanPolitical scienceEnlightenmentLanguage and languages--PhilosophyFolkloreManners and customsPopular cultureUnited StatesArt--PhilosophyPolitical and social viewsSculpture--PhilosophyPhilosophical anthropologyPolitical science--PhilosophyLanguage and languages--OriginGerman literatureSturm und Drang movementBible.--Song of SolomonNationalismHermeneuticsIrrationalism (Philosophy)GodTheologyPolitical cultureGerman dramaComparative literatureLanguage and languagesReligion--PhilosophyHistory--Religious aspectsFriendshipIntellectual lifeDiscourse analysis, LiterarySemiotics and literatureCriticismPhilologyAesthetics, ModernAesthetics, GermanHebrew poetry, BiblicalPhilosophyLiteratureAbhandlung über den Ursprung der Sprache (Herder, Johann Gottfried)TravelHebrew poetryFolk songsGod (Christianity)Authors, GermanHerder, Johann Gottfried,Folk songs, German174418031754175617621765176617671768176917701772177317741775177617771778177917801781178217831784178517861787178817891790179117921793179417951796179717981799180018011802180318041805180618071808180918101811181218131814181518161817181818191820182118221823182418251826182718281829183018311832183318341835183618371838183918401841184218431844184518461847184818491850185118521853185418551856185718581859186018611862186318641865186618671868186918701871187218731874187518761877187818791880188118821883188418851886188718881889189018911892189318941895189618971898189919001901190219031904190519061907190819091910191119121913191419151916191719181919192019211922192319241925192619271928192919301931193219331934193519361937193819391940194119421943194419451946194719481949195019511952195319541955195619571958195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320142015102082675014609193B3051.A35ocn056140678ocn505073265ocn724027016ocn000176443ocn000011680ocn048515882ocn025509655ocn062109939ocn021335562ocn741691770ocn000719100ocn006189103ocn877969516ocn877966766ocn877968501ocn877972127ocn877968405ocn858067695ocn858067706ocn858067548ocn004560904ocn005662293ocn312799778ocn615882931ocn245764669ocn174431362ocn722006618ocn248546449ocn311655522ocn258629154ocn746855008ocn017423223ocn837881312ocn742461029ocn029378659ocn682189605ocn074754143ocn837881351ocn013348158ocn837881393ocn299815116ocn258185051ocn831082269ocn299617817ocn257744343ocn311939387ocn257893681ocn257665302ocn844245079ocn797786684ocn811335184ocn053125743ocn034673113ocn765985076ocn661869795ocn767427490ocn662204182ocn832340835ocn832363543ocn831690882ocn831690857ocn551150500ocn258637145ocn258636413ocn258641768ocn832466027ocn258638967ocn074626596ocn891172580ocn725256322ocn724291800ocn724144385ocn857708946ocn724743760ocn724057432ocn724775941ocn725601657ocn073618775ocn722392160ocn073587374ocn073537139ocn072602273ocn072171130ocn071982614ocn073937166ocn072602278ocn072146224ocn832176003ocn832175964ocn874067543ocn892074029ocn892097579ocn257798239ocn257887682ocn440770016ocn836599996ocn440778858ocn257686571ocn248656794ocn838425406ocn838007180ocn443039886ocn257878819ocn700631612ocn440262384ocn797835940ocn630717281ocn833020466ocn833020531ocn801385436ocn801385435ocn848237211ocn848237226ocn442689669ocn316272272ocn780728021ocn313812629ocn699569716ocn0274507852757409ocn000176443book17020.63Herder, Johann GottfriedReflections on the philosophy of the history of mankindBd. 2 betr. u.a. die Rezeption der (v.a. physiologischen) Schriften Albrecht von Hallers bei Herder (S. 183-191; s. auch Index!)+-+6512513618324184218ocn056140678file20020.47Herder, Johann GottfriedPhilosophical writingsJohann Gottfried von Herder (1744-1803) is one of the most important German philosophers of the eighteenth century, who had enormous influence on later thinkers such as Hegel, Schleiermacher, and Nietzsche. His wide-ranging ideas were formative in the development of linguistics, hermeneutics, anthropology, and bible scholarship, and even today they retain their vitality and relevance to an extraordinary degree. This volume presents a new translation by Michael Forster of Herder's most important and characteristic philosophical writings (some of which have never before been translated) in his areas of central interest, including philosophy of language, philosophy of mind, philosophy of history, and political philosophy, as well as his general philosophical program. An introduction sets the writings in their historical context and examines their philosophical achievement+-+8335426705143845ocn724027016file17780.54Herder, Johann GottfriedSculpture some observations on shape and form from Pygmalion's creative dream"The eye that gathers impressions is no longer the eye that sees a depiction on a surface; it becomes a hand, the ray of light becomes a finger, and the imagination becomes a form of immediate touching."--Johann Gottfried HerderLong recognized as one of the most important eighteenth-century works on aesthetics and the visual arts, Johann Gottfried Herder's Plastik (Sculpture, 1778) has never before appeared in a complete English translation. In this landmark essay, Herder combines rationalist and empiricist thought with a wide range of sources--from the classics to Norse legend, Shakespeare to t+-+680278177514129ocn505073265file20060.54Herder, Johann GottfriedSelected writings on aestheticsA seminal figure in the philosophy of history, culture, and language, Johann Gottfried Herder (1744-1803) also produced some of the most important and original works in the history of aesthetic theory. A student of Kant, he spent much of his life striving to reconcile the opposing poles of Enlightenment thought represented by his early mentors. His ideas influenced Hegel, Schleiermacher, Nietzsche, Dilthey, J.S. Mill, and Goethe. This book presents most of Herder's important writings on aesthetics, including the main sections of one of his major untranslated works, Kritische Walder (Critical+-+4162735596324891171ocn002036288book17700.77Herder, Johann GottfriedJohann Gottfried Herder, Abhandlung über den Ursprung der Sprache : Text, Materialien, KommentarJohann Gottfried Herder, geboren am 25.8.1744 in Mohrungen. Sohn eines Kantors und Volksschullehrers. Ärmliche Jugend. Lateinschule. Kopist bei einem Diakon. Autodidakt. Bildung durch die Pfarrbibliothek. 1762-1764 Studium in Königsberg: Medizin, Theologie und Philosophie. Nach Aufgabe seiner Ämter 1769 Fahrt nach Paris, dort Hinwendung zum "Sturm und Drang". Auf Goethes Veranlassung 1776 nach Weimar. Herder starb am 18.12.1803 in Weimar881297ocn879595016book18010.56Herder, Johann GottfriedDer Cid nach spanischen RomanzenHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcRomancesJohann Gottfried Herder, geboren am 25.8.1744 in Mohrungen. Sohn eines Kantors und Volksschullehrers. Ärmliche Jugend. Lateinschule. Kopist bei einem Diakon. Autodidakt. Bildung durch die Pfarrbibliothek. 1762-1764 Studium in Königsberg: Medizin, Theologie und Philosophie. Nach Aufgabe seiner Ämter 1769 Fahrt nach Paris, dort Hinwendung zum "Sturm und Drang". Auf Goethes Veranlassung 1776 nach Weimar. Herder starb am 18.12.1803 in Weimar86564ocn001049124book17870.70Herder, Johann GottfriedGod, some conversations : a translationPhilosophisch-religiöses Gespräch674123ocn000216577book17820.70Herder, Johann GottfriedThe spirit of Hebrew poetryCriticism, interpretation, etcPoetry632138ocn003739968book18000.77Herder, Johann GottfriedHerder's werkeHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc620111ocn001524139book17740.67Herder, Johann GottfriedAuch eine Philosophie der Geschichte zur Bildung der MenschheitCriticism, interpretation, etcEt kultur- og oplysningskritisk stridsskrift af den knapt 30-årige Johann Gottfried Herder (1744-1803), der fik indflydelse på senere historieopfattelse, og som fremhæver den nationale individualitets ret og det organisk-genetiske princip i historiens gang58923ocn741691770file19260.50Herder, Johann GottfriedShakespeareCriticism, interpretation, etcA key document in the German reception of Shakespeare, Herder's essay is a repudiation of the normative poetics of the Enlightenment and the hegemony of French neoclassicism, as well as a passionate defence of European diversity in an age of increasing homogeneity+-+307373559632458819ocn000011680book19690.63Herder, Johann GottfriedJ.G. Herder on social and political culture+-+063886670553295ocn002710575book11110.77Herder, Johann GottfriedWerkeCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+6512513618324522122ocn000312473book17930.67Herder, Johann GottfriedBriefe zu Beförderung der Humanität+-+55225136183244768ocn003754667book19490.67Loewenthal, ErichSturm und Drang : kritische SchriftenCriticism, interpretation, etc4065ocn025509655book19930.60Herder, Johann GottfriedAgainst pure reason : writings on religion, language, and historyThe figure of Johann Gottfried Herder looms increasingly important not only for his prescient contributions to many fields - biblical criticism, philosophy of language, literary criticism, philosophy of history - but also for his pivotal position between the impulses of the Enlightenment and Romanticism. Many of Herder's questions and concerns are more pressing at the end of the modern era than they were at its inception. Bunge's lucid and engaging translations of signal texts from Herder - most appearing here for the first time in English - are arranged thematically: human nature, language, and history; myth and religion; God and nature; literature and the Bible; and Christianity and theology. Along with her extensive Introduction and Bibliography, they constitute an essential resource for coming to terms with the checkered legacy of the Enlightenment. -- Back cover+-+59157024063807ocn021335562book19910.74Herder, Johann GottfriedJohann Gottfried Herder : selected early works, 1764-1767 : addresses, essays, and drafts ; fragments on recent German literatureCriticism, interpretation, etcThe first English translation of some of the early works of Johann Gottfried Herder. Johann Gottfried Herder was one of the central figures in eighteenth-century European intellectual history. As a philosopher and historian, a literary critic and theoretician, a poet, translator, and educator, he was one of the last great universalists and one of the pioneers of the Sturm and Drang movements as well as the mentor of the young Goethe in Strassburg. His literary fame rests on his early publications, which until now have been available only in German. Although Herder addresses in these texts the state of German literature during the Enlightenment, he goes far beyond mere literary criticism by basing his ideas on anthropological considerations within the boundaries of an established national identity. The editors have chosen texts that anticipate most of Herder's ideas on aesthetics and philosophy of the later years+-+187875627537836ocn005829039book19600.74Herder, Johann GottfriedSprachphilosophische Schriften30681ocn006900936book18050.77Herder, Johann GottfriedJohann Gottfried von Herder's sämmtliche werkeHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc29592ocn002436819book18000.60Herder, Johann GottfriedStimmen der völker in liedern16112ocn044962241file19940.47Bluestein, GenePoplore folk and pop in American cultureCriticism, interpretation, etc"In this innovative study, Gene Bluestein proposes that we revise our ideas about the meaning of folklore in the United States, beginning with our definition of what is "folk" and what is not. To this end, he advances the notion of "poplore" as more accurately reflective of the popular and commercial roots and dynamic, syncretic traditions of American democratic culture." "In making his case, Bluestein closely examines the folk ideology of Johann Gottfried Herder, whose theories of nationalism strongly influenced American scholars from Ralph Waldo Emerson and Walt Whitman to Constance Rourke and Alan Lomax. At the same time, he challenges the idea of "fakelore" popularized by Richard M. Dorson and his followers, a concept that assumes unchanging standards of what is genuinely or purely "folk."" "To illuminate the significance of "poplore" in contemporary culture, Bluestein shows how Woody Guthrie, Pete Seeger, Jean Ritchie, and other artists have creatively adapted traditional folk materials in their work. The book also includes interviews with legendary banjo picker and singer Buell Kazee and founder of Folkways Records, Moe Asch."--Jacket12885ocn080221264file20030.50Barnard, F. MHerder on nationality, humanity, and historyHistory"The core of J.G. Herder's philosophy of nationalism lies in the conviction that human creativity must be embedded in the culture of a particular communal language. While he acknowledged that this cultural particular must be integrated into a more universal humanity, he insisted that each culture should preserve its incommensurable distinctiveness. He also called for a new method of enquiry regarding history, one that demands empathetic sensitivity toward the uniquely individual while realizing that there are few gains without losses. F.M. Barnard shows that Herder anticipated modern theories of the dynamics of cultures and traditions through the problematic interplay of persistence and change and that his speculations on cultural and political pluralism, on language as a democratic bond, and on the possible fusion of communitarian and liberal dimensions of public life remain relevant to contemporary debates."--Jacket+-+K46070822512675ocn181843650file20000.54Redekop, Benjamin WEnlightenment and community Lessing, Abbt, Herder and the quest for a German public+-+017560822511215ocn760253318file20100.50Forster, Michael NAfter Herder philosophy of language in the German tradition"Philosophy of language has for some time now been the very core of the discipline of philosophy. But where did it begin? Frege has sometimes been identified as its father, but in fact its origins lie much further back, in a tradition that arose in eighteenth-century Germany. Michael Forster explores that tradition. He also makes a case that the most important thinker within that tradition was J.G. Herder. It was Herder who established such fundamental principles in the philosophy of language as that thought essentially depends on language and that meaning consists in the usage of words. It was he who on that basis revolutionized the theory of interpretation (h̀ermeneutics') and the theory of translation. And it was he who played the pivotal role in founding such whole new disciplines concerned with language as anthropology and linguistics. In the course of developing these historical points, this book also shows that Herder and his tradition are in many ways superior to dominant trends in more recent philosophy of language: deeper in their principles and broader in their focus."--Jacket+-+1663774465107912ocn001818334book19760.54Berlin, IsaiahVico and Herder : two studies in the history of ideasHistory10655ocn799729848file20110.50Spencer, Vicki AHerder's political thought a study of language, culture, and communityVicki A. Spencer reveals Herder as one of the first Western philosophers to grapple seriously with cultural diversity without abandoning a commitment to universal values and the first to make language and culture an issue of justice. As Spencer argues, both have made Herder a source of inspiration for the pluralist turn of contemporary political philosophy. Contending that in an era of globalization, it is no longer possible to ignore Herder's crucial insights on the relationship between cultural membership and individual identity, Spencer demonstrates how these ideas can help us understand, and perhaps resolve, the linguistic and cultural-political struggles of our times."--pub. desc87214ocn000263920book19310.63Ergang, Robert ReinholdHerder and the foundations of German nationalism8703ocn277005112file19990.39Baildam, John DParadisal love Johann Gottfried Herder and the Song of SongsCriticism, interpretation, etcBibliographyThis is the first comprehensive study of Herder''s preoccupation with the Song of Songs, Baildam considers the importance of this poetry in his thinking, and examines his commentaries and translations of 1776 and 1778. Despite Herder''s claims to the contrary, his own cultural position is revealed in his translations, and in his unique interpretation of the work as the voice of pure, paradisal love. Starting with Herder''s interest in the Song of Songs between 1765 and 1778, this book sets his reflections in the wider context of his relativistic views on the nature of poetry, contemporary Germ+-+47752769367547ocn000294172book19550.60Clark, Robert ThomasHerder; his life and thought6947ocn000268908book19650.60Barnard, F. MHerder's social and political thought; from enlightenment to nationalism6938ocn043694277book20000.63Berlin, IsaiahThree critics of the Enlightenment : Vico, Hamann, HerderHistory"Isaiah Berlin was deeply admired during his life, but his full contribution was perhaps underestimated because of his preference for the long essay form. The efforts of Henry Hardy to edit Berlin's work and reintroduce it to a broad, eager readership have gone far to remedy this. Now, Princeton is pleased to return to print, under one cover, Berlin's essays on Vico, Hamann, and Herder. These essays on three relatively uncelebrated thinkers are not marginal ruminations, but rather among Berlin's most important studies in the history of ideas. They are integral to his central project: the critical recovery of the ideas of the Counter-Enlightenment and the explanation of its appeal and consequences - both positive and (often) tragic."--Jacket+-+82720564156324ocn013796363book19870.60Köpke, WulfJohann Gottfried HerderCriticism, interpretation, etcProvides in-depth analysis of the life, works, career, and critical importance of Johann Gottfried Herder6234ocn769190147file20110.37Bertino, Andrea Christian"Vernatürlichung" Ursprünge von Friedrich Nietzsches Entidealisierung des Menschen, seiner Sprache und seiner Geschichte bei Johann Gottfried HerderMain description: Den Menschen als natürliches Kulturwesen zu verstehen ist eine klassische Option des philosophischen Denkens. Sie läuft leicht Gefahr, zum Reduktionismus zu werden. Ihre epistemische Grenze und ihr praktisches Interesse muss darum auch heute noch sorgfältig reflektiert werden. Herder und Nietzsche ermöglichen das auf je verschiedene, aber dennoch verwandte Weise. Ihre Denkansätze werden hier zum ersten Mal systematisch auf die spezifische Verflechtung ihrer Anthropologie, Sprach- und Geschichtsphilosophie hin aufeinander bezogen und miteinander verglichen4434ocn000060826book19690.70Mayo, Robert SHerder and the beginnings of comparative literature4233ocn046976655book20020.74Zammito, John HKant, Herder, and the birth of anthropologyHistoryIf Kant had never made the "critical turn" of 1773, would he be worth more than a paragraph in the history of philosophy? Most scholars think not. But this text challenges that view by revealing a precritical Kant who was immensely more influential than the one philosophers think they know+-+640324177538210ocn008682393book19000.85Kommerell, MaxDer Dichter als Führer in der deutschen Klassik : Klopstock, Herder, Goethe, Schiller, Jean Paul, HölderlinCriticism, interpretation, etc3661ocn022511187book19910.80Norton, Robert EdwardHerder's aesthetics and the European Enlightenment3603ocn815506978file19940.67Leventhal, Robert ScottThe disciplines of interpretation Lessing, Herder, Schlegel and hermeneutics in Germany, 1750-1800HistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcThe Disciplines of Interpretation: Lessing, Herder, Schlegel and Hermeneutics in Germany, 1750-1800 (European Cultures : Studies in Literature and a)32916ocn010523996book19420.77Herder, Johann GottfriedJournal meiner Reise im Jahre 1769Criticism, interpretation, etcBiographyDiariesVerslag door de Duitse filosoof (1744-1803) van zijn gedachten tijdens een reis door Europa3233ocn000269191book19660.77Fugate, Joe KThe psychological basis of Herder's aesthetics+-+6802781775+-+6802781775Fri Feb 13 10:22:27 EST 2015batch236761