The Problem of Knowledge: Philosophy, Science, and History Since Hegel by Ernst Cassirer

The Problem of Knowledge: Philosophy, Science, and History Since Hegel

byErnst CassirerTranslated byWilliam H. Woglom, Charles W. Hendel

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"Cassirer employs his remarkable gift of lucidity to explain the major ideas and intellectual issues that emerged in the course of nineteenth century scientific and historical thinking. The translators have done an excellent job in reproducing his clarity in English. There is no better place for an intelligent reader to find out, with a minimum of technical language, what was really happening during the great intellectual movement between the age of Newton and our own."—New York Times.

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Ernst Cassirer, a German neo-Kantian philosopher, taught at several European universities before moving to the United States and teaching at Yale (1941-1944) and Columbia universities. A prolific historian of philosophy, Cassirer was influenced by Immanuel Kant and Georg Hegel but originated his own distinctive doctrine. The centerpiec...
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Title:The Problem of Knowledge: Philosophy, Science, and History Since HegelFormat:PaperbackDimensions:352 pages, 8.75 × 5.75 × 0.68 inPublisher:Yale University Press

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ISBN - 10:0300010982

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Philosophy, Science, & History Since Hegel. In this book the author analyzes the work of physicists, mathematicians, biologists, historians, and philosophers in order to discover the principles that underlie their various ways of knowing and in terms of which they describe the universe we live in.