4 edition of Egotism in German philosophy. found in the catalog.
Egotism in German philosophy.
Reprint of the 1916 ed.
|LC Classifications||B2528.E3 S3 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 177 p.|
|Number of Pages||177|
|LC Control Number||74164582|
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Book Review:Egotism in German Philosophy. Santayana. [REVIEW] A. Fawkes & Kojoro Sugimori - - Ethics 27 (3) Egoism. Alexander Moseley - - Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy. German Philosophy and Politics. John Dewey - - Freeport, N.Y., Books for Libraries Press. This book is one of the many that the present war has brought forth, but it is the fruit of a long gestation.
During more than twenty years, while I taught philosophy at Harvard College, I had continual occasion to read and discuss German metaphysics. From the beginning it. New preface --Preface to the original edition --The general character of German philosophy --The Protestant heritage --Transcendentalism --Hints of egotism in Goethe --Seeds of egotism in Kant --Transcendentalism perfected --Fichte on the mission of Germany --The egotism of ideas --Egotism and selfishness --The breach with Christianity.
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First written during the darkest days of World War I and then republished with just a new preface at the beginning of Wold War II, this is an analysis of the basic philosophy underlying the thinking of the German people.
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Finding something sinister, hollow, Brand: Barnes & Noble. Egotism is defined as the drive to maintain and enhance favorable views of oneself, and generally features an inflated opinion of one's personal features and importance.
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Top Egotism in German philosophy by Santayana, George, Publication date. Topics Egoism, Philosophy, German -- History and criticism PublisherPages: Philosophy Nonfiction As the First World War raged, Santayana cast a suspicious eye on German philosophy.
Finding something sinister, hollow, and aggressive amidst its genius, he nevertheless describes for the general reader the ideas of Goethe, Kant, Schopenhauer, Nietzsche, and others—and does so with relative objectivity.
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Egotism in German Philosophy The philosophy of Hegel is accordingly subjective and all its realism is but a pose and a tone wilfully assumed. That this is the truth of the matter might be inferred, apart from many continual hints and implications, from the fact that the system is transcendental and founded on Kant.
The truth, then as. CHAPTER IX egotism and selfishness. In a review of egotism in German philosophy it would hardly be excusable to ignore the one notable writer who has openly adopted egotism in name as well as in fact.
The work of Max Stirner on the single separate person and what he may call his own hardly belongs to German philosophy as I have been using the words: it lacks the transcendental. SANTAYANA, Egotism in German Philosophy. clear and just about it as I could-more clear and just, indeed, than ever it was about itself " (p.
5), Plainly, therefore, this is not meant as a war-book, not, that is, as an attempt to carry the political passions of the day into the supernational realms of science, art, religion, and.
Friedrich Nietzsche developed his philosophy during the late 19th century. He owed the awakening of his philosophical interest to reading Arthur Schopenhauer's Die Welt als Wille und Vorstellung (The World as Will and Representation,revised ) and said that Schopenhauer was one of the few thinkers that he respected, dedicating to him his essay Schopenhauer als Erzieher (Schopenhauer.
Egotism in German Philosophy/Chapter XI. but when people read books they compare them with other books, and when they turn to things they forget books altogether.
Like Goethe he was probably more selfish personally than those other philosophers whom their very egotism had made zealous and single-minded; but in imagination and feeling he. CHAPTER XIV heathenism. Schopenhauer somewhere observes that the word heathen, no longer in reputable use elsewhere, had found a last asylum in Oxford, the paradise of dead philosophies.
Even Oxford, I believe, has now abandoned it; yet it is a good word. It conveys, as no other word can, the sense of vast multitudes tossing in darkness, harassed by demons of their own choice.
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