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Austrian Philosophy

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This book contains studies by J. C. Nyiri ,,From Eötvös to Musil. Philosophy and its Negation in Austria and Hungary" William... Weiterlesen
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This book contains studies by J. C. Nyiri ,,From Eötvös to Musil. Philosophy and its Negation in Austria and Hungary" William M. Johnston ,,Cultural Criticism as a Neglected Topic in Austrian Studies" Lee Congdon "The Tragic Sense of Life: Lukacs's 'The Soul and Forms'" Allan Janik "Wittgenstein: An Austrian Enigma" Rudolf Haller "Wittgenstein and Austrian Phjlosophy" Ferruccio Rossi-Landi ,,Towards a Marxian Use of Wittgenstein" Robert Musil ,,Der deutsche Mensch als Symptom" Joseph Eötvös ,,Der Einfluß der herrschenden Ideen des 19. Jahrhunderts auf den Staat" This important collection of original pieces and translations on Austrian philosophy rests on two axes: the background of liberalism and pluralism in the Monarchy, especially as this manifested itself in the work of Hungarian authors; and the work of Wittgenstein relation to Austrian philosophy and also - in Rossi-Landi's masterly essay, here translated into English for the first time - in relation to philosophy in the Anglo-Saxon world. Of interest to: philosophers, historians, historians of literature

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Allan Janik, Philosoph und Historiker. Mitarbeiter am Forschungsinstitut 'Brenner-Archiv' der Universität Innsbruck, Honorarprofessor für Kulturphilosophie der Universität Wien.

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This book contains studies by J. C. Nyiri ,,From Eötvös to Musil. Philosophy and its Negation in Austria and Hungary" William M. Johnston ,,Cultural Criticism as a Neglected Topic in Austrian Studies" Lee Congdon "The Tragic Sense of Life: Lukacs's 'The Soul and Forms'" Allan Janik "Wittgenstein: An Austrian Enigma" Rudolf Haller "Wittgenstein and Austrian Phjlosophy" Ferruccio Rossi-Landi ,,Towards a Marxian Use of Wittgenstein" Robert Musil ,,Der deutsche Mensch als Symptom" Joseph Eötvös ,,Der Einfluß der herrschenden Ideen des 19. Jahrhunderts auf den Staat" This important collection of original pieces and translations on Austrian philosophy rests on two axes: the background of liberalism and pluralism in the Monarchy, especially as this manifested itself in the work of Hungarian authors; and the work of Wittgenstein relation to Austrian philosophy and also - in Rossi-Landi's masterly essay, here translated into English for the first time - in relation to philosophy in the Anglo-Saxon world. Of interest to: philosophers, historians, historians of literature

Produktinformationen

Titel: Austrian Philosophy
Untertitel: Studies and Texts
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EAN: 9783884050040
ISBN: 978-3-88405-004-0
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: Philosophia Verlag
Anzahl Seiten: 200
Gewicht: 366g
Größe: H226mm x B149mm x T20mm
Jahr: 1981
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