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Early writings

Early writings

Author: Norbert Elias; Edmund Jephcott
Publisher: Dublin Univ. College Dublin Press 2006
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

Includes essay 'On Seeing in Nature', a response to Karl Mannheim's famous paper on cultural competition, and a number of short stories contributed to a newspaper. This title includes as an appendix  Read more...


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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Norbert Elias; Edmund Jephcott
ISBN: 1904558399 9781904558392
OCLC Number: 180900013
Notes: Bibliogr. und Literaturverz. S. 125 - 128
Description: XX, 136 S. 25 cm
Contents: Norbert Elias: biographical note; Note on the text; Three-day excursion to the Riesengebirge (1914); On seeing in nature (1921); Idea and individual: A critical investigation of the concept of history (1924); Idea and individual: A contribution to the philosophy of history (1924); Anecdotes (1924); Contribution to the debate on Karl Mannheim: The importance of competition in the intellectual field (1929); On primitive art (1929); The sociology of German anti-Semitism (1929); The kitsch style and the age of kitsch (1935). The expulsion of the Huguenots from France (1935); Appendix: The emergence of the modern natural sciences (c. 1925-6); Bibliography; Index.
Other Titles: Sammlung
Responsibility: Norbert Elias. Transl. by Edmund Jephcott
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