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Hamann"s Socratic Memorabilia

James C. O"Flaherty

Hamann"s Socratic Memorabilia

A Translation and Commentary

by James C. O"Flaherty

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Published by The Johns Hopkins University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • History & Surveys - Ancient & Classical,
  • Literary Criticism & Collections / European,
  • Philosophy

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    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages240
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7869228M
    ISBN 100801804930
    ISBN 109780801804939

    HAMANN'S Socratic Memorabilia A Translation and Commentary By JAMES C. O'FLAHERTY This study, which includes the first complete translation of a major work of Hamanns into English, centers around the theory and practice of form in the Socratic Memorabilia. The author shows how Hamann set Socrates within a Christian. socratic friedrich writes moral literature radical hume berlin fable Post a Review You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then.

    After Enlightenment: Hamann as Post-Secular Visionary is a comprehensive introduction to the life and works of eighteenth-century German philosopher, J. G. Hamann, the founding father of what has come to be known as Radical Orthodoxy.. Provides a long-overdue, comprehensive introduction to Haman's fascinating life and controversial works, including his role as a friend . O’Flaherty, James C. Hamann’s Socratic Memorabilia. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. Olivetti, Nicolai “Der Einfluss Hamanns auf die Religionsphilosophie. Jacobis.” In Friederich Heinrich Jacobi: Philosoph und Literat der Goethezeit, 85– Frankfurt am Main: Klostermann. Schelling, F. W. J.

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hamann, Johann Georg, Hamann's Socratic memorabilia. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, Hamann's Socratic Memorabilia: A Translation and Commentary: James C. O'Flaherty: Books - or: James C. O'Flaherty. Johann Georg Hamann (/ ˈ h ɑː m ə n /; German: ; Aug – J ) was a German Lutheran philosopher from Königsberg known as “the Wizard of the North” who was one of the leader figures of post Kantian work was used by his student J.

Herder as the main support of the Sturm und Drang movement, and is associated with the Counter Alma mater: University of. Life. Johann Georg Hamann was born in Königsberg inthe son of a midwife and a barber-surgeon. He began study in philosophy and theology at the age of 16, changed to law but mainly read literature, philology, and rhetoric, but also mathematics and science.

Johann Georg Hamann has 45 books on Goodreads with ratings. Johann Georg Hamann’s most popular book is Hamann: Writings on Philosophy and Language. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Author of Hauptschriften, Sibyllinische Blätter des Magus, Hamann's Schriften, Hamann's Schriften, Briefwechsel, Schriften J.

Hamanns, Hamann's Socratic memorabilia, J.G. Hamann's Briefwechsel mit F.H. Jacobi Johann Georg. Abstract. In the year the twenty-nine year old Johann Georg Hamann (–), later to acquire the sobriquet Magus im Norden, launched his formal career as a writer with a brief essay bearing the curious title, Socratic Memorabilia, Compiled for the Boredom of the Public by a Lover of Boredom.

1 One hundred and thirteen years later, inthe twenty-seven year old Author: James C. O’Flaherty. Faith is no work of reason, and cannot therefore be subject to any attack of the same; because faith arises as little from reason as tasting and Author: Peter Leithart.

Johann Georg Hamanns Hauptschriften erklärt / von Fritz Blanke [et al.] Hrsg. von Fritz Blanke und Lothar Schreiner Hamann, Johann Georg, [ Book: ] Languages: German At Uni of Melb Library.

A translation with a full commentary on the Socratic Memorabilia was made by James C. O’Flaherty in Hamann’s Socratic Memorabilia: A Translation and Commentary (Baltimore, MD, ). Stephen N. Dunning appends an unannotated translation of Golgotha and Sheblimini.

to The Tongues of Men: Hegel and Hamann on Religious Language and History. Hamann’s Ontology “What does this young person mean to make of me?” – If only I understand my hero as well as Simon the tanner.

(HamannSocratic Memorabilia, p. 65) [1] Attempts to formulate Hamann’s philosophy according to a consistent ontological theory have been notoriously difficult.

The first, which culminated with the Socratic Memorabilia of (Hamann's first major work), involved his troubled relationship with his employer and mentor Christoph Berens and Immanuel Kant, to whom Berens turned, in the wake of Hamann's unexpected and enthusiastic embrace of evangelical Christianity, in hope of finding a way to return.

Berlin: de Gruyter, (Socratic Memorabilia, Aesthetica in Nuce, a selection of essays on language, “Essay of a Sibyl on Marriage,” Metacritique of the Purism of Reason) Haynes, Kenneth.

Hamann: Writings on Philosophy and Language. Johann Georg Hamann () is a major figure not only in German philosophy but also in literature and religious history. In his own time he wrote penetrating criticisms of Herder, Kant, Mendelssohn, and other Enlightenment thinkers; after his death he was an important figure for Goethe, Hegel, Kierkegaard, and others.

Hamann, Johann Georg Born Aug. 27,in Königsberg; died Jin Münster. German philosopher, critic, and writer. Hamann studied philosophy, theology, and philology in Konigsberg. His Sibylline Letters (published, ) are written in the form of oracular pronouncements. He was called the “Magus of the North” for his obscure style.

the Socratic Memorabilia (II, 61): “I have written on Socrates in the socratic manner. The analogy was the soul of his inferences, and he gave irony to them for their body.” The reply to the critics of his book, in a reference to Aristophanes’ satire, he called Clouds ().

Google ScholarAuthor: W. Alexander. Full text of "J G Hamann A Study In Christian Existence" See other formats. The following updated bibliography is necessarily selective.

It gives priority to books over articles, recent work over earlier, English over other languages, philosophy over other subjects, works that concern themes of the era as a whole over narrower studies, and, above all, items directly relevant to the chapters in this volume.Free Online Library: Repetitio sententiarum, repetitio verborum: Kant, Hamann, and the implications of citation.(Immanuel Kant, Johann Georg Hamann, Essay) by "The German Quarterly"; Literature, writing, book reviews Ethnic, cultural, racial issues Regional focus/area studies Quotations Analysis Repetition (Rhetoric).Denkw ü rdigkeiten (Socratic Memorabilia) A trenchant passage in this book is a simile: A person, who is both an expert card player and also very good at card.