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19th-century philosophers

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 307. Chapters: Karl Marx, Friedrich Nietzsche, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, Georg Cantor, John Stuart... Weiterlesen
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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 307. Chapters: Karl Marx, Friedrich Nietzsche, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, Georg Cantor, John Stuart Mill, Sun Yat-sen, Max Weber, Søren Kierkegaard, Charles Sanders Peirce, Friedrich Engels, Arthur Schopenhauer, George Boole, Mikhail Bakunin, Joseph Priestley, Gottlob Frege, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Wilhelm von Humboldt, Henry David Thoreau, Ernst Mach, Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, Walt Whitman, Auguste Comte, Swami Vivekananda, John Ruskin, Franz Xaver von Baader, Rudolf Steiner, John Abercrombie, Max Stirner, Franz Brentano, Bruno Bauer, Phineas Quimby, Allan Kardec, Immanuel Hermann Fichte, James Mill, F. H. Bradley, Ion Heliade Radulescu, Herbert Spencer, Ferdinand Canning Scott Schiller, Augustus De Morgan, Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph Schelling, Hermann Lotze, Bernard Bolzano, William Kingdon Clifford, Houston Stewart Chamberlain, George Santayana, Thomas Hill Green, Friedrich Heinrich Jacobi, Miguel de Unamuno, Charles Fourier, Vladimir Solovyov, Wilhelm Dilthey, Alexius Meinong, Auberon Herbert, Edmund Montgomery, Sir William Hamilton, 9th Baronet, Richard Dedekind, Friedrich Albert Lange, Hugues Felicité Robert de Lamennais, Virchand Gandhi, William Thompson, Muhammad Abduh, Joseph Dietzgen, Swami Abhedananda, Josiah Royce, Carl Reichenbach, Philipp Mainländer, John Hoppus, Moses Hess, Karl Wilhelm Friedrich Schlegel, John Venn, Aleksander Swietochowski, Swami Brahmananda, Georges Palante, Henry Brewster Stanton, Pierre Leroux, Charles Bray, William Torrey Harris, Francis Ellingwood Abbot, Eugen Dühring, David Cassel, Karl Robert Eduard von Hartmann, Kuno Fischer, Charles Lane, Henri-Frédéric Amiel, Ganganath Jha, Harriet Taylor Mill, Robert Adamson, David George Ritchie, Eduard Zeller, Christoph von Sigwart, Heinrich Bernhard Oppenheim, Swami Ramakrishnananda, Arnold Ruge, John Francis Bray, Peter Ernst von Lasaulx, Ernst Christian Gottlieb Reinhold, Julius Bahnsen, Philipp Albert Stapfer, Archibald Alison, Georg Anton Friedrich Ast, Die Freien, Antonio Labriola, Mary Everest Boole, Richard Avenarius, David Rosin, Pierre Hyacinthe Azais, Léon Dumont, Alexander Bryan Johnson, Heinrich Paulus, John Austin, George Holmes Howison, Christian Hermann Weisse, Alexander Ivanovich Galich, Friedrich Karl Forberg, Heinrich Christoph Wilhelm Sigwart, Konstantin Aksakov, Julius Frauenstädt, Seiichi Hatano, Mikhail Koyalovich, Karl von Prantl, Jacob Freudenthal, Paul Hensel, James Hutchison Stirling, Johann Eduard Erdmann, Leo Mikhailovich Lopatin, Richard Wahle, Christopher Jacob Boström, Inoue Tetsujiro, Rudolf Haym, Gabino Barreda, Robert Saitschick, Tanzan, Roberto Ardigò, Alois Riehl, Paul Yorck von Wartenburg, Johannes Rehmke, A. W. Benn, Julius Frank, Louis-Françisque Lélut, Jean Reynaud, Carveth Read, Karl Fortlage. Excerpt: Søren Aabye Kierkegaard (English pronunciation: or ; Danish: ) (5 May 1813 - 11 November 1855) was a Danish Christian philosopher, theologian and religious author interested in human psychology. He strongly criticized the philosophies of Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph Schelling and Karl Wilhelm Friedrich Schlegel and the Christianity of the State Church versus the Free Church. Much of his philosophical work deals with the issues of how one lives as a "single individual", giving priority to concrete human reality over abstract thinking, and highlighting the importance of personal choice and commitment. His theological work focuses on Christian ethics, institution of the C...

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Titel: 19th-century philosophers
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EAN: 9781157621812
ISBN: 1157621813
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Anzahl Seiten: 196
Gewicht: 1089g
Größe: H246mm x B189mm x T10mm
Jahr: 2012