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The relevance of romanticism : essays on german romantic philosophy

Author: Dalia Nassar
Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2014.
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The Relevance of Romanticism considers the reasons why philosophers have recently become deeply interested in romantic thought. Through historical and systematic reconstructions, the collection  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Dalia Nassar
ISBN: 9780199976201 0199976201 9780199976218 019997621X
OCLC Number: 941893840
Description: XV, 344 p. ; 25 cm
Contents: Acknowledgements ; Abbreviations ; Introduction ; Part 1. German Romanticism as a Philosophical Movement ; Chapter 1. Manfred Frank, What is Early German Romantic Philosophy? ; Chapter 2. Frederick Beiser, Romanticism and Idealism ; Part 2. History, Hermeneutics and Sociability ; Chapter 3. Karl Ameriks, History and German Romanticism ; Chapter 4. Michael N. Forster, Romanticism and Language ; Chapter 5. Kristin Gjesdal, Hermeneutics, Individuality, and Tradition: Schleiermacher's Idea of Bildung in the Landscape of Hegelian Thought ; Chapter 6. Jane Kneller, Sociability and the Conduct of Philosophy: What philosophers can learn from early German Romanticism ; Part 3. Literature, Art and Mythology ; Chapter 7. Richard Eldridge,"Doch sehnend stehst /Am Ufer du"("But longing you stand on the shore"): Holderlin, Philosophy, Subjectivity, and Finitude ; Chapter 8. Brady Bowman, On the Defense of Literary Value: From Early German Romanticism to Analytic Philosophy of Literature ; Chapter 9. Keren Gorodeisky, "No Poetry, No Reality": Schlegel, Wittgenstein, Fiction and Reality ; Chapter 10. Laure Cahen-Maurel, "A Simple Wheat Field": A New Picturing of the Sublime in Caspar David Friedrich ; Chapter 11. Bruce Matthews, The New Mythology: Romanticism Between Religion and Humanism ; Part 4. Science and Nature ; Chapter 12. Paul Redding, Mathematics, Computation, Language and Poetry: The Novalis Paradox ; Chapter 13. John H. Smith, The Romantic Calculus: Infinity, Continuity, Infinitesimal ; Chapter 14. David W. Wood, The Wissenschaftslehre as Mathematics: On a Late Fichtean Reflection of Novalis ; Chapter 15. Amanda Jo Goldstein, Irritable Figures: Romantic Philosophy of Science by way of Johann Gottfried Herder ; Chapter 16. Dalia Nassar, Romantic Empiricism after the 'End of Nature': Contributions to Environmental Philosophy
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