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J.G. Herder on social and political culture;

Author: Johann Gottfried Herder; F M Barnard
Publisher: London, Cambridge U.P., 1969.
Series: Cambridge studies in the history and theory of politics.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The texts collected in this volume, which was originally published in 1969, contain Herder's most original and stimulating ideas on politics, history and language. In his introduction, Professor  Read more...

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Additional Physical Format: Herder, Johann Gottfried, 1744-1803.
J.G. Herder on social and political culture.
1982]
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Johann Gottfried Herder; F M Barnard
ISBN: 0521073367 9780521073363
OCLC Number: 11680
Description: xii, 329 pages 23 cm.
Contents: Introduction --
Journal of My Voyage in the Year 1769 (Travel Diary) --
Essay on the Origin of Language --
Yet Another Philosophy of History --
Dissertation on the Reciprocal Influence of Government and the Sciences --
Ideas For a Philosophy of the History of Mankind --
Organic difference between animals and man --
Man is organized with a capacity for reasoning --
Man is organized for a more complex sense perception, for the exercise of art and the use of language --
Man is organized for finer instincts and hence freedom --
Man is constituted for humanity (Humanitat) and religion --
No power in nautre is without an organ --
the sphere of human organization is a system of creative mental powers --
the present state of man is probably the connecting link of two worlds --
In spite of considerable differences between men in different parts of the world, there is but one and the same human species --
The human species has everywhere been exposed to, and affected by, climate influences --
What is climate? How does it affect man's mind and body? --
The genetic force is the mother of all creation on earth: climate can only contribute, favourably or unfavourably --
Concluding remarks about the conflict between climate and the genetic force --
The sensual nature of man changes in conformity to structural and climatic factors: but ... it is universally capable of promoting Humanitat --
The human imagination is subject to organic and cliamtic factors, but it is universally guided by tradition --
The practical understanding of man has always developed in accordance with the requirements of his particular way of life: at the same time it is also the blossom of a people's genius and the son of tradition and custom --
The feeling and striving of man conform everywhere to his physical organization and the conditions in which he lives: but at the same time they are governed by custom and opinion --
The happiness of man is invariably an individual good --
Eager though man is to imagine himself self-made, he is nonetheless dependent on others in the development of his capacities --
All the arts and sciences of mankind have evolved through imitation, reason and language --
Political organization consists of set rules and orders among men, grounded for the most part, in tradition.
Series Title: Cambridge studies in the history and theory of politics.
Responsibility: translated, edited and with an introduction by F.M. Barnard.
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