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Die gelehrte Korrespondenz der Brüder Pez, Text, Regesten, Kommentare, Band 2: 1716–1718, 2. Halbband

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ISBN: 9783205795728 Year: Pages: 786 DOI: 10.26530/oapen_576952 Language: German
Publisher: Böhlau Grant: Austrian Science Fund - PUB 256
Subject: Languages and Literatures
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This 1500-page volume contains the correspondence of the brothers Pez from 1716 lo 1718'. 557 letters , 256 of which have actually been preserved. These letters show the two historians, and monks of Melk abbey, successfully acquiring membership of the European Republic of Letters, but they also document first serious conficts within the monastery itself. The edition contains the entirety of the mostly Latin letter texts, extensive German summaries, commentaries and indices.

Die gelehrte Korrespondenz der Brüder Pez, Text, Regesten, Kommentare, Band 2: 1716–1718, 1. Halbband

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ISBN: 9783205795728 Year: Pages: 746 DOI: 10.26530/oapen_576951 Language: German
Publisher: Böhlau Grant: Austrian Science Fund - PUB 256
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This 1500-page volume contains the correspondence of the brothers Pez from 1716 lo 1718'. 557 letters , 256 of which have actually been preserved. These letters show the two historians, and monks of Melk abbey, successfully acquiring membership of the European Republic of Letters, but they also document first serious conficts within the monastery itself. The edition contains the entirety of the mostly Latin letter texts, extensive German summaries, commentaries and indices.

Fines Hominis? Zur Geschichte der philosophischen Anthropologiekritik

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Book Series: Edition Moderne Postmoderne ISBN: 9783837629569 9783839429563 Year: Pages: 232 DOI: 10.14361/9783839429563 Language: German
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For a good 50 years now, theses of »vanishing humanity«, its »dissolution«, or its »end« have been haunting philosophy. People constantly speak of the »death of the subject«. From Kant, Hegel, and Marx to Nietzsche, Heidegger, Adorno, and Foucault, a philosophical skepticism is manifesting which concerns »man«, pointing beyond him. This volume sheds light on the backgrounds and meanings of these »post-modern« postulations without succumbing to polemic prejudice. The different contributions reconstruct the historically relevant criticisms that speak out against an anthropological exaltation and absolutization of »mankind«. At the same time, the volume takes a philosophical stance against the current trend of naturalist images of humanity being revived in biological sciences and brain research.

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