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By Andrew Bowie

New, thoroughly revised and re-written variation. bargains an in depth, yet asccesible account of the important German philosophical culture of wondering artwork and the self. appears to be like at contemporary ancient learn and modern arguments in philosophy and conception within the humanities, following the trail of German philosophy from Kant, through Ficthe and Holderlin, the early Romantis, Schelling, Hegel, Scleimacher, to Nietzsche. Develops the techniques to subjectivity, aesthetics, tune and language with regards to new theoretical advancements bridging the divide among the continental and analytical traditions of philosophy. the large progress of curiosity in German philosophy as a source for re-thinking either literary and cultural thought, and modern philosophy will make this an indispensible read

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