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Thu Oct 16 17:51:33 2014 UTClccn-n500343850.35Ernst Cassirer a "repetition" of modernity /0.550.88The origins of the philosophy of symbolic forms : Kant, Hegel, and Cassirer /106965171Ernst_Cassirern 5003438569708Cassirer, E.Cassirer, E. 1874-1945Cassirer, E. (Ernst), 1874-1945Cassirer, ErnestCassirer, Ernest 1874-1945Cassirer, ErnstCassirer, Ernst Alfred 1874-1945En si te Ka xi er 1874-1945Ensite-Kaxi'er 1874-1945Ernst CassirerKʻa-hsi-le, En 1874-1945Kāsīrar, Irnst 1874-1945Kasirer, Ē. 1874-1945Kasirer, Ernst 1874-1945Kāsīrer, Irnist 1874-1945Kasīrers, Ernsts 1874-1945Kāsīrir, Irnist 1874-1945K'asirŏ, Erŭnsŭt'ŭ 1874-1945Kasshirā, .. 1874-1945Kasshīrā, E. 1874-1945Kasshīrā, Erunsuto 1874-1945Kassirer, È.Kassirer, E. 1874-1945Kassirer, Èrnst.Kassirer, Ėrnst 1874-1945Kʻatsirŏ 1874-1945Kaxier, Ensite 1874-1945Qassîrer, Ernsṭ 1874-1945Кассирер, Эрнст 1874-1945קסירר, ארנסט 1874-1945إرنست كاسيرر، 1874-1945كاسيرر، ارنست ، 1874-1945カッシーラー, Eカッシーラー, エルンストカッシーラー, エルンスト 1874-1945卡西尔, 恩斯特 1874-1945lccn-n79021614Kant, Immanuel1724-1804lccn-n79008220Rousseau, Jean-Jacques1712-1778hnrlccn-n79043872Kristeller, Paul Oskar1905-1999trledtcrelccn-n50053906Randall, John HermanJr1899-1980trledtlccn-n79003362Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von1749-1832lccn-n79026812Heidegger, Martin1889-1976hnrlccn-n79007438Langer, Susanne K.(Susanne Katherina Knauth)1895-1985trllccn-n95075154Lofts, Steve G.1959-trllccn-n85291227Krois, John Michaelauiothtrledtlccn-n81022056Hendel, Charles William1890-1982auitrledtCassirer, Ernst1874-1945BiographyHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcCassirer, Ernst,Knowledge, Theory ofMythologySymbolismCivilization--PhilosophyKant, Immanuel,Rousseau, Jean-Jacques,Political scienceState, TheLanguage and languagesEnlightenmentPhilosophy, ModernPhilosophy, RenaissancePhilosophy, MedievalReligionEthnopsychologyPhilosophyHuman beingsMythPhilosophical anthropologyIndividualismGoethe, Johann Wolfgang von,Heidegger, Martin,Language and languages--PhilosophyHillman, JamesEliade, Mircea,Free will and determinismAestheticsMetaphysicsHumanitiesRelativity (Physics)CosmologySubstance (Philosophy)Barthes, RolandPhilosophy, EuropeanCarnap, Rudolf,Analysis (Philosophy)Cambridge PlatonistsPhilosophy, GermanHistory--PhilosophyPhysics--PhilosophyCausality (Physics)GermanyPhilosophersAesthetics, GermanIntellectual lifeAesthetics, ModernPanofsky, Erwin,Warburg, Aby,Switzerland--Davos1874194518791899190219031904190619071908191019111912191319141915191619171918191919201921192219231924192519261927192819291930193119321933193519361937193819391940194119421943194419451946194719481949195019511952195319541955195619571958195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320147290216206267193B3216.C33ocn001718876ocn006680153ocn020747673ocn003185233ocn002353130ocn003412340ocn001148411ocn005210077ocn010629203ocn005876852ocn248773864ocn247959428ocn312252374ocn246249992ocn256216138ocn248293380ocn248640223ocn247984725ocn247324272ocn247662175ocn072569408ocn721530298ocn718845286ocn719150095ocn721410531ocn076649627ocn722765461ocn723802066ocn186147464ocn186085422ocn185464466ocn185464473ocn438959706ocn464052129ocn464052271ocn839891539ocn444389920ocn450317491ocn847682551ocn847689249ocn847689837ocn8483794542675151ocn000681841book19440.53Cassirer, ErnstAn essay on man; an introduction to a philosophy of human cultureHistoryOne of the twentieth centuryʹs greatest philosophers presents the results of his lifetime study of manʹs cultural achievements. An Essay on Man is an original synthesis of contemporary knowledge, a unique interpretation of the intellectual crisis of our time, and a brilliant vindication of manʹs ability to resolve human problems by the courageous use of his mind. What the thinkers of the past have thought of the human race, what can be said of its art, language, and capacities for good and evil in the light of modern knowledge are discussed by a great philosopher who had a profound experience of the past and of his own time. -- from http://yalepress.yale.edu (Sep. 5, 2011)+-+99855555853242371103ocn000368925book19480.39Cassirer, ErnstThe Renaissance philosophy of man : selections in translationHistoryExamines the major philosophical movements of the early Italian Renaissance+-+4951451775324234953ocn000566089book19510.53Cassirer, ErnstThe philosophy of the enlightenmentThe present book aims to be both more and less than a monograph on the philosophy of the Enlightenment. It is much less, for the primary task of such monograph would be to offer the reader a wealth of detail and to trace the genesis and development of all the special problems of this philosophy+-+58146564152238106ocn000494059book19460.53Cassirer, ErnstThe myth of the stateA great contemporary German philosopher attacks the explosive problem of political myth in our day. In this final work Ernst Cassirer shows how the irrational forces symbolized by myth and manipulation by the state constantly threaten to destroy the independent mind of civilized man. "A brilliant survey of some of the major texts in the history of political theory." --Kenneth Burke, Nation+-+2185555585194341ocn000269579book19460.53Cassirer, ErnstLanguage and mythSix essays which analyze the non-national thought processes that influence culture+-+0605571395178364ocn001344372book19450.56Cassirer, ErnstRousseau, Kant, Goethe; two essaysEssays by a German philosopher of neo-Kantian views, emphasizing ideas of the elightenment of liberty175254ocn000372771book19520.50Cassirer, ErnstThe philosophy of symbolic formsThe symbolic form has long been considered by many who knew it in the original German as the greatest of Ernst Cassirer's works. Into it he poured all the resources of his vast learning about language, myth, religion, art, and science- the various creative symbolizing activities and constructions through which man has expressed himself and given intelligible objective form to his experience+-+3889255585324173435ocn000550099book19630.56Cassirer, ErnstThe individual and the cosmos in Renaissance philosophyHistory"This provocative volume, one of the most important interpretive works on the philosophical thought of the Renaissance, has long been regarded as a classic in its field. Ernst Cassirer here examines the changes brewing in the early stages of the Renaissance, tracing the interdependence of philosophy, language, art, and science; the newfound recognition of individual consciousness; and the great thinkers of the period - from da Vinci and Galileo to Pico della Mirandola and Giordano Bruno. The Individual and the Cosmos in Renaissance Philosophy discusses the importance of fifteenth-century philosopher Nicholas Cusanus, the concepts of freedom and necessity, and the subject-object problem in Renaissance thought."--Pub. desc+-+1251451775155749ocn000317552book19540.59Cassirer, ErnstThe question of Jean-Jacques Rousseau143247ocn000374993book19500.53Cassirer, ErnstThe problem of knowledge; philosophy, science, and history since Hegel"Cassirer employs his remarkable gift of lucidity to explain the major ideas and intellectual issues that emerged in the course of nineteenth century scientific and historical thinking. The translators have done an excellent job in reproducing his clarity in English. There is no better place for an intelligent reader to find out, with a minimum of technical language, what was really happening during the great intellectual movement between the age of Newton and our own."-- New York Times. -- Publisher description+-+0345655585324135135ocn000372129book19160.50Cassirer, ErnstThe logic of the humanitiesErnst Cassirer, one of the foremost philosophers of this century, analyzes the basic concepts that underlie our art, our knowledge of history, and our disciplined knowledge of human nature. This philosophy of culture is a key to deeper understanding of the forms of art and aesthetic expression128916ocn000942010book19490.53Schilpp, Paul ArthurThe philosophy of Ernst Cassirer121254ocn001140139book19230.59Cassirer, ErnstSubstance and function and Einstein's theory of relativity+-+229049139512049ocn007552745book19810.50Cassirer, ErnstKant's life and thoughtBiography+-+3308755585105525ocn000594368book19530.59Cassirer, ErnstThe Platonic renaissance in England96913ocn004495210book19790.50Cassirer, ErnstSymbol, myth, and culture : essays and lectures of Ernst Cassirer, 1935-1945+-+311175558579023ocn000568572book19560.59Cassirer, ErnstDeterminism and indeterminism in modern physics : historical and systematic studies of the problem of causality735140ocn003393560book19230.79Cassirer, ErnstPhilosophie der symbolischen Formen73022ocn001285979book19360.63Klibansky, RaymondPhilosophy & history; essays presented to Ernst CassirerHistory68870ocn000698017book19160.70Cassirer, ErnstFreiheit und form; studien zur deutschen geistesgeschichteCriticism, interpretation, etc14822ocn042854718file19960.39Baeten, Elizabeth MThe magic mirror myth's abiding powerHistory12985ocn047011585file20000.35Lofts, Steve GErnst Cassirer a "repetition" of modernity"This systematic introduction to Ernst Cassirer's philosophy of symbolic forms demonstrates how his approach transforms the project of modernity in accord with the limitations of the modern conception of rationality. At the same time, this book functions as an introduction to Cassirer's thought."--BOOK JACKET+-+064718030532412634ocn646810187file20080.50The symbolic construction of reality the legacy of Ernst CassirerConference proceedings"In 1933 eminent philosopher Ernst Cassirer (1874-1945) fled Nazi Germany for the United States. His fame in Europe having already been established and subsequently confirmed through a public debate with Martin Heidegger in 1929, Cassirer would go on to become a noteworthy influence on American culture. The Symbolic Construction of Reality collects eleven essays by a wide range of contributors from different fields. Each essay analyzes a different aspect of his legacy, reassessing its significance for our contemporary world and bringing much-needed attention to this seminal thinker."--BOOK JACKET+-+813185177510364ocn732958577file20000.53Friedman, MichaelA parting of the ways Carnap, Cassirer, and Heidegger"In this study of the common origins of analytic and continental philosophy, Friedman looks at how social and political events intertwined and influenced philosophy during the early twentieth century, ultimately giving rise to the two very different schools of thought." "He shows how these two approaches, now practiced largely in isolation from one another, were once opposing tendencies within a common discussion. Already polarized by their philosophical disagreements, these approaches were further split apart by the rise of Naziism and the resulting emigration of all influential German-speaking philosophers except for Heidegger. Although the book gives a general overview of the philosophical issues of the period, the author pays special attention to the relationships among three key twentieth-century philosophers: Rudolf Carnap, Ernst Cassirer, and Martin Heidegger."--BOOK JACKET+-+99794176357935ocn000156318book19710.70Itzkoff, Seymour WErnst Cassirer: scientific knowledge and the concept of manErnst Cassirer: Scientific Knowledge and the Concept of Man by Seymour W. Itzkoff is one of the few books currently available in the English language that discusses the philosophy of twentieth-century German philosopher Ernst Cassirer. Itzkoff's study brings Cassirer's perspective directly into the contemporary debate over the evolution of human thought and its relationship to animal life. Further, Itzkoff places Cassirer directly in the context of recent philosophical thought, arguing for the importance of his Kantian perspective, a significance that is amply vindicated by the current interest in Cassirer's ideas. For this second edition, Itzkoff has written a new introduction and has added a new retrospective essay+-+82845531753245334ocn011629258book19560.70Hamburg, Carl HSymbol and reality; studies in the philosophy of Ernst Cassirer5264ocn003843606book19750.66Lipton, David RErnst Cassirer : the dilemma of a liberal intellectual in Germany, 1914-1933Biography5002ocn002425361book19770.56Itzkoff, Seymour WErnst Cassirer : philosopher of culture4881ocn019354914book19890.70Ferretti, SilviaCassirer, Panofsky, and Warburg : symbol, art, and history4633ocn456170043book20100.63Gordon, Peter EliContinental divide : Heidegger, Cassirer, DavosThis publication looks at Heidegger's and Cassirer's 1929 public conversation regarding what it means to be human. Gordon dissects the exchange itself to reveal that it was at core a philosophical disagreement+-+88629592154221ocn013644336book19870.74Krois, John MichaelCassirer, symbolic forms and history4094ocn189024679file20060.74Coskun, DenizLaw as symbolic form Ernst Cassirer and the anthropocentric view of lawJurisprudence, according to Cassirer, is not merely the systematic, conceptual pursuance of ethics. They are separate domains for Cassirer, and both direct their claims differently on the individual. Whereas ethics concerns the motives of the individual, law ultimately achieves a cosmos for our world of outward actions. However, they are not separated by a neutral line or a vacuum. For law to have effect as a symbolic form it is necessary that it reflects the law in the mind of people i.e., that one could and ought to have assented to it out of ethical principles and maxims. The conceptual ana+-+40071575963796ocn764551606file20100.77Cornell, DrucillaSymbolic forms for a new humanity cultural and racial reconfigurations of critical theoryCriticism, interpretation, etcIn dialogue with Afro-Caribbean philosophy, this book seeks in Cassirer's philosophy of symbolic forms a new vocabulary for approaching central intellectual and political issues of our time+-+15078787353738ocn212410015book20080.70Skidelsky, EdwardErnst Cassirer : the last philosopher of cultureThis is an English-language intellectual biography of the German-Jewish philosopher Ernst Cassirer (1874-1945), a leading figure on the Weimar intellectual scene and one of the last and finest representatives of the liberal-idealist tradition+-+69868664153454ocn730503266file20110.56Irgens, Eirik JPluralism in management organizational theory, management education, and Ernst CassirerIn Pluralism in Management, author Eirik Irgens utilizes Ernst Cassirer's pluralistic philosophy in order to investigate how different but connected forms of knowing, including art, myth, religion, science, and history may help us become better organizational scholars and management educators, forcing us to consider elements outside of a purely practical existence. Revitalizing Cassirer's almost forgotten philosophy, the book illustrates the value of philosophical application to organizational study+-+62613306952384ocn054677702book20040.82Symbolic forms and cultural studies : Ernst Cassirer's theory of cultureHistoryCassirer's conception of culture & theory of symbolism anticipated much of later cultural theory. The essays in this volume explore aspects of his thinking & demonstrate the influence that it had on later scholarship+-+34785655852146ocn043397800book20000.79Schultz, WilliamCassirer and Langer on myth : an introductionFirst published in 2000+-+50197806352113ocn712117516book20110.88Verene, Donald PhillipThe origins of the philosophy of symbolic forms : Kant, Hegel, and Cassirer1902ocn018411411book19880.88Eggers, WalterErnst Cassirer : an annotated bibliographyBibliography1812ocn012749845book19860.84Schalow, FrankImagination and existence : Heidegger's retrieval of the Kantian ethicHistory+-+4966064635+-+4951451775324+-+4951451775324Thu Oct 16 16:05:08 EDT 2014batch113062