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Hamann: Writings On Philosophy And Language

Writings on Philosophy and Language

Hamann: Writings On Philosophy And Language - Haynes, Kenneth (EDT) - ISBN: 9780521520676
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Johann Georg Hamann (1730-1788) is a major figure not only in German philosophy but also in literature and religious history. This volume presents a new translation of a wide selection of his essays, including both famous and lesser-known works. Hamann's enigmatic prose-style was deliberately at odds with Enlightenment assumptions about language, and a full apparatus of annotation explains the numerous allusions in his essays. The volume is completed by a historical and philosophical introduction and suggestions for further reading.


Titel: Hamann: Writings On Philosophy And Language
auteur: Haynes, Kenneth (EDT)
Mediatype: Boek
Taal: Engels
Aantal pagina's: 292
Uitgever: Cambridge University Press
NUR: Filosofie
Afmetingen: 153 x 229 x 23
Gewicht: 442 gr
ISBN/ISBN13: 0521520673
ISBN/ISBN13: 9780521520676
Intern nummer: 7211594
Volume: 1

Biografie (woord)

Kenneth Haynes is Associate Professor of Comparative Literature, Brown University.


1. Two dedications, from Socratic Memorabilia (1759); 2. Essay on an Academic Question (1760); 3. Miscellaneous Notes on Word Order in the French Language (1760); 4. Cloverleaf of Hellenistic Letters (1762); 5. Aesthetica in Nuce (1762); 6. The Last Will and Testament of the Knight of the Rose-Cross (1772); 7. Philological Ideas and Doubts (written in 1772); 8. Solomon of Prussia (written in 1772); 9. New Apology of the Letter h (1773); 10. Golgotha and Sheblimini! (1784); 11. Metacritique on the Purism of Reason (written in 1784); 12. From Disrobing and Transfiguration: A Flying Letter to Nobody, the Well Known (1786).


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