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The Impact of Idealism

The Impact of Idealism
The Legacy of Post-Kantian German Thought
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Nicholas Boyle, Liz Disley, Dieter Henrich, Karl Ameriks, Michael Friedman, Robert J. Richards, Sebastian Gardner, Christian Emden, Robert Hanna, Dan Dahlstrom, Gary Gutting, David Fergusson, Robert Stern, Peter Hylton, Dina Edmunts, Robert Pippin, John Walker, Onora O'Neill, William Rasch, Chris Thornhill, Douglas Moggach, Steffen Wagner, Stephan Nachtsheim, David Midgley, Fred Rush, Brian O'Connor, Andreas Grossmann, Irene Stolzi, Sabine Doyé, Marion Heinz, Jörn Rüsen, Ian Cooper, Christoph Jamme, Klaus Vieweg, Allen Speight, Stefan Matuschek, Richard Eldridge, Ulrich Pothast, Roger Scruton, Andrew Bowie, Felix Saure, Petra Lohman, Stephen Houlgate, Ivan Gaskell, Nicholas Adams, Martin Wendte, Dale Schlitt, Joel D. S. Rasmussen, Cyril O'Regan, Paul Franks, George S. Williamson, Rowan Williams
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  • Date Published: December 2013
  • availability: Temporarily unavailable - available from November 2017
  • format: Multiple copy pack
  • isbn: 9781107039865

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  • German Idealism is arguably the most influential force in philosophy over the past two hundred years. This major four-volume work is the first comprehensive survey of its impact on science, religion, sociology and the humanities, and brings together fifty-two leading scholars from across Europe and North America. Each essay discusses an idea or theme from Kant, Hegel, Schelling, Fichte, or another key figure, shows how this influenced a thinker or field of study in the subsequent two centuries, and how that influence is felt in contemporary thought. Crossing established scholarly divides, the volumes deal with fields as varied as feminism, architectural history, psychoanalysis, Christology and museum curation, and subjects as diverse as love, evolution, the public sphere, the art of Andy Warhol, the music of Palestrina, the philosophy of Husserl, the literature of Jane Austen, the political thought of fascism and the foundations of international law.

    • Deploys a team of world-class scholars from the UK, the US, Germany and Italy, in philosophy and many fields beyond, including politics, theology, history, history of science, music studies, sociology and psychology
    • Presents a comprehensive survey and a strong narrative showing the ongoing influence of Idealist thinkers
    • Primary texts are given both in translation and in the original German, making the volumes accessible to specialists and non-specialists alike
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    "The final outcome of an 'international research network' carried out under the overall direction of the great Goethe biographer, Nicholas Boyle."
    The Times Literary Supplement

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    • Date Published: December 2013
    • format: Multiple copy pack
    • isbn: 9781107039865
    • dimensions: 253 x 181 x 88 mm
    • weight: 3.6kg
    • availability: Temporarily unavailable - available from November 2017
  • Table of Contents

    Volume 1. Philosophy and Science: The impact of idealism: a historical introduction
    Foreword
    Introduction: idealism in natural sciences and philosophy
    1. Philosophy of natural science in idealism and neo-Kantianism
    2. The impact of German Idealism and romanticism on biology in the nineteenth century
    3. The unconscious: transcendental origins, idealist metaphysics and psychoanalytic metapsychology
    4. Nietzsche, Kant and teleology
    5. Transcendental idealism, phenomenology and the metaphysics of intentionality
    6. Heidegger and the impact of idealism
    7. French Hegelianism and anti-Hegelianism in the 1960s: Hyppolite, Foucault and Deleuze
    8. Scottish idealism
    9. 'My station and its duties': social-role accounts of obligation in Green and Bradley
    10. Idealism and the origin of analytic philosophy
    11. Idealism and pragmatism: the inheritance of Hegel's concept of experience
    12. Reason's form. Volume 2. Historical, Social and Political Theory: Introduction: idealism in historical, social and political thought
    1. From transcendental idealism to political realism
    2. The public of the intellectuals – from Kant to Lyotard
    3. Idealism and the idea of a constitution
    4. German Idealism and Marx
    5. Ethos, nature and education in Johann Erich von Berger and Friedrich Adolf Trendelenburg
    6. The concept of philosophy of culture in neo-Kantianism
    7. After materialism. Reflections of idealism in Lebensphilosophie: Dilthey, Bergson and Simmel
    8. 'Rationalisation', 'reification', 'instrumental reason'
    9. Freedom within nature: Adorno on the idea of reason's autonomy
    10. German neo-Hegelianism and the plea for another Hegel
    11. Idealism and the fascist corporative state
    12. Love and recognition in Fichte, Hegel, and Simone de Beauvoir
    13. Giving an account of oneself amongst others: Hegel, Judith Butler and social ontology
    14. Idealism in the German tradition of meta-history. Volume 3. Aesthetics, Literature and Literary Theory: Introduction: idealism in aesthetics and literature
    1. The legacy of idealism and the rise of academic aesthetics
    2. Hegel's philosophical theory of action: the concept of action in Hegel's practical philosophy and aesthetics
    3. Tragedy and the human image: German Idealism's legacy for theory and practice
    4. Romanticism as literary idealism, or: a 200 year-old way of talking about literature
    5. Idealism in nineteenth-century German literature
    6. Idealism in nineteenth-century British and American literature
    7. Elements of Schopenhauer's thought in Beckett
    8. German Idealism and the philosophy of music
    9. The music of German Idealism
    10. 'Refiner of all human relations' – Karl Friedrich Schinkel as an idealist theorist
    11. Influences of German Idealism on nineteenth-century architectural theory: Schelling and Leo von Klenze
    12. 'Making a world': the impact of idealism on museum formation in mid-nineteenth-century Massachusetts
    13. Hegel, Danto and the 'end of art'. Volume 4. Religion: Introduction: the impact of idealism on religion
    1. The impact of idealism on Christology from Hegel to Tillich
    2. German Idealism's Trinitarian legacy: the nineteenth century
    3. German Idealism's Trinitarian legacy: the twentieth century
    4. Kierkegaard, Hegelianism and the theology of the paradox
    5. Biblical hermeneutics from Kant to Gadamer
    6. Aesthetic idealism and its relation to theological formation: reception and critique
    7. The autonomy of theology and the impact of Idealism from Hegel to Radical Orthodoxy
    8. Faith and reason
    9. Rabbinic idealism and Kabbalistic realism: Jewish dimensions of idealism and idealist dimensions of Judaism
    10. 'In the arms of gods': Schelling, Hegel and the problem of mythology
    11. Dialectic and analogy: a theological legacy.

  • Editors

    Nicholas Boyle, University of Cambridge
    Nicholas Boyle is the Schröder Professor of German Emeritus at the University of Cambridge and a Fellow and former President of Magdalene College.

    Liz Disley, University of Cambridge
    Liz Disley is a Research Associate in the Department of German and Dutch at the University of Cambridge.

    Contributors

    Nicholas Boyle, Liz Disley, Dieter Henrich, Karl Ameriks, Michael Friedman, Robert J. Richards, Sebastian Gardner, Christian Emden, Robert Hanna, Dan Dahlstrom, Gary Gutting, David Fergusson, Robert Stern, Peter Hylton, Dina Edmunts, Robert Pippin, John Walker, Onora O'Neill, William Rasch, Chris Thornhill, Douglas Moggach, Steffen Wagner, Stephan Nachtsheim, David Midgley, Fred Rush, Brian O'Connor, Andreas Grossmann, Irene Stolzi, Sabine Doyé, Marion Heinz, Jörn Rüsen, Ian Cooper, Christoph Jamme, Klaus Vieweg, Allen Speight, Stefan Matuschek, Richard Eldridge, Ulrich Pothast, Roger Scruton, Andrew Bowie, Felix Saure, Petra Lohman, Stephen Houlgate, Ivan Gaskell, Nicholas Adams, Martin Wendte, Dale Schlitt, Joel D. S. Rasmussen, Cyril O'Regan, Paul Franks, George S. Williamson, Rowan Williams

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