Modern German Thought from Kant to Habermas: An Annotated German-Language Reader (Studies in German Literature Linguistics and Culture)

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9781571133540: Modern German Thought from Kant to Habermas: An Annotated German-Language Reader (Studies in German Literature Linguistics and Culture)
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(A)n excellent resource for putting the German language back into the study of German thought, and this effort alone is worthy of praise and attention. . . . (A)n immensely effective tool for learning important but difficult texts. (The book) would be especially valuable as a course book in a graduate-level or an advanced upper-division undergraduate course. (It) also has much to offer to scholars who are interested in reading the included thinkers in the original language or are seeking an in-depth look at one of the selected texts. FOCUS ON GERMAN STUDIES (An) excellent collection . . . . (The introduction) is probably the best short account of the development of modern German philosophy. . . . This thought-provoking introduction should be required reading for all the critics of "obscure" and "impenetrable" German as well as any student of German language, literature, thought, and history. . . . Henk de Berg and Duncan Large have produced an excellent guide to modern German philosophy: one could not wish for a more helpful and stimulating volume. JOURNAL OF EUROPEAN STUDIES The philological work on display here is accurate, insightful and extremely useful for teaching. . . . This volume will be a valuable teaching collection for courses on German thought. . . . The current reviewer will certainly be using it in his second year survey course on German thought, which is the highest form of recommendation. DEUTSCH LEHREN UND LERNEN (Angus Nicholls) Henk de Berg and Duncan Large have had the inspired idea to put together a reader of important philosophical texts in the original German, together with introductions and annotations. Their collection can play an important role in helping the anglophone reader to break free from dependence on translations and to engage the original texts. The selections are carefully chosen and helpfully introduced, and cover a wide swath of modern German thought. One hopes that this valuable initiative will be the first of many such volumes. --Robert B. Pippin, Evelyn Stefansson Nef Distinguished Service Professor of Social Thought and Philosophy, University of Chicago

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(S)erves as a good introduction to the concerns of modern German thought, especially suitable for students of German language and culture . . . . The choice of texts is very good. . . . (T)he annotations to the texts (are) most useful. . . . All in all, this is a very worthwhile publication and one which I would recommend to readers of German philosophy. MARX & PHILOSOPHY REVIEW OF BOOKS (An) excellent collection . . . . (The introduction) is probably the best short account of the development of modern German philosophy. . . . This thought-provoking introduction should be required reading for all the critics of "obscure" and "impenetrable" German as well as any student of German language, literature, thought, and history. . . . Henk de Berg and Duncan Large have produced an excellent guide to modern German philosophy: one could not wish for a more helpful and stimulating volume. JOURNAL OF EUROPEAN STUDIES The philological work on display here is accurate, insightful and extremely useful for teaching. . . . This volume will be a valuable teaching collection for courses on German thought. . . . The current reviewer will certainly be using it in his second year survey course on German thought, which is the highest form of recommendation. DEUTSCH LEHREN UND LERNEN (Angus Nicholls) Henk de Berg and Duncan Large have had the inspired idea to put together a reader of important philosophical texts in the original German, together with introductions and annotations. Their collection can play an important role in helping the anglophone reader to break free from dependence on translations and to engage the original texts. The selections are carefully chosen and helpfully introduced, and cover a wide swath of modern German thought. One hopes that this valuable initiative will be the first of many such volumes. --Robert B. Pippin, Evelyn Stefansson Nef Distinguished Service Professor of Social Thought and Philosophy, University of ChicagoBR>

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Verlag: BOYDELL PRESS Okt 2012 (2012)
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Buchbeschreibung BOYDELL PRESS Okt 2012, 2012. Taschenbuch. Buchzustand: Neu. 234x157x34 mm. Neuware - The first book that presents key original texts from the modern German philosophical tradition to English-language students and scholars of German, with introductions, commentaries, and annotations that make them accessible. Deutsch. Artikel-Nr. 9781571133540

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