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The Resource Johann Georg Hamann and the Enlightenment project, Robert Alan Sparling, (electronic resource)

Johann Georg Hamann and the Enlightenment project, Robert Alan Sparling, (electronic resource)

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Johann Georg Hamann and the Enlightenment project
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Johann Georg Hamann and the Enlightenment project
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Robert Alan Sparling
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eng
Summary
  • "Johann Georg Hamann (1730-1788) was a German philosopher who offered in his writings a radical critique of the Enlightenment's reverence for reason. A pivotal figure in the Sturm und Drang movement, his thought influenced such writers as Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and Johann Gottfried Herder. As a friend of Immanuel Kant, Hamann was the first writer to comment on the Critique of Pure Reason, and his work foreshadows the linguistic turn in philosophy as well as numerous elements of twentieth century hermeneutics and existentialism
  • Johann Georg Hamann and the Enlightenment Project addresses Hamann's oeuvre from the perspective of political philosophy, focusing on his views concerning the public use of reason, social contract theory, autonomy, aesthetic morality and the politics of 'taste,' and the technocratic ideal of enlightened despotism. Robert Alan Sparling situates Hamann's work historically, elucidates his somewhat difficult writing, and argues for his relevance in the ongoing culture wars over the merits of the Enlightenment project"--Publisher description
  • "Johann Georg Hamann (1730-1788) was a German philosopher who offered in his writings a radical critique of the Enlightenment's reverence for reason. A pivotal figure in the Sturm und Drang movement, his thought influenced such writers as Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and Johann Gottfried Herder. As a friend of Immanuel Kant, Hamann was the first writer to comment on the Critique of Pure Reason, and his work foreshadows the linguistic turn in philosophy as well as numerous elements of twentieth century hermeneutics and existentialism
  • Johann Georg Hamann and the Enlightenment Project addresses Hamann's oeuvre from the perspective of political philosophy, focusing on his views concerning the public use of reason, social contract theory, autonomy, aesthetic morality and the politics of 'taste,' and the technocratic ideal of enlightened despotism. Robert Alan Sparling situates Hamann's work historically, elucidates his somewhat difficult writing, and argues for his relevance in the ongoing culture wars over the merits of the Enlightenment project"--Publisher description
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1975-
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Sparling, Robert Alan
Dewey number
193
LC call number
B2993
LC item number
.S63 2011
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  • Hamann, Johann Georg
  • Hamann, Johann Georg
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Johann Georg Hamann and the Enlightenment project, Robert Alan Sparling, (electronic resource)
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [325]-336) and index
Contents
  • PART I : Enlightenment and Hamann's Reaction -- Introduction: The Enlightenment as a Historical Movement and Political Project -- Enlightenment as a Contested Concept -- Hamann and His Age -- Transfiguring the Enlightenment: Hamann and the Problem of Public Reason -- Public, Private, and the Unmündige: The Closed and the Open in 'Public Reason' -- Bon Sens and the Impersonal Public in Public Reason -- The Personal and Its Relationship to Poetry, Myth, and 'Metaschematism' -- Poetry, Philosophy, and Public Discourse: Aufklärung oder Verklärung -- PART II : The Politics of Metacritique: Hamann contra Kant Critique and Metacritique: Kant and Hamann -- Metakritik über den Purismum der Vernunft: Exegesis -- Varieties of Copernican Turn -- Did Hamann Miss His Mark? -- The a Priori and Language -- The Ideas of God and the Person -- The Divine Idea -- The Soul and the Person -- The Soul in Community: Dignity, Autonomy
  • PART III : Language and the City in Modern Natural Law: Hamann's Controversy with Mendelssohn -- Leviathan and Jerusalem: Rights and 'the Laws of Wisdom and Goodness' -- Leviathan and Jerusalem -- Hamann and Natural Rights -- Divine Law, Property, and Justice -- Conclusion: Rights, Community and Leviathan -- Faith, Inside and Out: Convictions versus Actions, Eternity versus History -- The Externals -- Hamann on History and Eternity, External and Internal -- Liberal Peace and Illiberal Tension: Tolerance versus Tolerance -- Language and Society -- Mendelssohn on the Limits of Language -- Hamann on the Priority of Language -- Appendix: Hamann and Judaism -- PART IV : Practical Reflections of an Impractical Man: Hamann contra Frederick II -- The Language of Enlightenment and the Practice of Despotism: J.G. Hamann's Polemics against Frederick the Great [Hamann] -- Enlightened Despotism -- Frederick and the Politics of Enlightenment: Manufacturing Prussians -- Hamann's Relationship with Royal Power -- Theory and Practice -- What Is to Be Done?
  • PART V : Aesthetics: Hamann's Anti-Artistic Aestheticism -- Aesthetic, All Too Aesthetic: Hamann on the Battle between Poetry and Philosophy -- Being and Becoming: Hamann's Ambiguous Relationship to Platonism ; Passions, Sexuality, and the Body Creativity and Genius ; Poetic Reception: Hamann on Enlightenment Taste ; 'Only a God Can Save Us' -- Neither Art Nor Philosophy: Assessing Hamann's Foundational Aesthetics
  • PART I : Enlightenment and Hamann's Reaction -- Introduction: The Enlightenment as a Historical Movement and Political Project -- Enlightenment as a Contested Concept -- Hamann and His Age -- Transfiguring the Enlightenment: Hamann and the Problem of Public Reason -- Public, Private, and the Unmündige: The Closed and the Open in 'Public Reason' -- Bon Sens and the Impersonal Public in Public Reason -- The Personal and Its Relationship to Poetry, Myth, and 'Metaschematism' -- Poetry, Philosophy, and Public Discourse: Aufklärung oder Verklärung -- PART II : The Politics of Metacritique: Hamann contra Kant Critique and Metacritique: Kant and Hamann -- Metakritik über den Purismum der Vernunft: Exegesis -- Varieties of Copernican Turn -- Did Hamann Miss His Mark? -- The a Priori and Language -- The Ideas of God and the Person -- The Divine Idea -- The Soul and the Person -- The Soul in Community: Dignity, Autonomy
  • PART III : Language and the City in Modern Natural Law: Hamann's Controversy with Mendelssohn -- Leviathan and Jerusalem: Rights and 'the Laws of Wisdom and Goodness' -- Leviathan and Jerusalem -- Hamann and Natural Rights -- Divine Law, Property, and Justice -- Conclusion: Rights, Community and Leviathan -- Faith, Inside and Out: Convictions versus Actions, Eternity versus History -- The Externals -- Hamann on History and Eternity, External and Internal -- Liberal Peace and Illiberal Tension: Tolerance versus Tolerance -- Language and Society -- Mendelssohn on the Limits of Language -- Hamann on the Priority of Language -- Appendix: Hamann and Judaism -- PART IV : Practical Reflections of an Impractical Man: Hamann contra Frederick II -- The Language of Enlightenment and the Practice of Despotism: J.G. Hamann's Polemics against Frederick the Great [Hamann] -- Enlightened Despotism -- Frederick and the Politics of Enlightenment: Manufacturing Prussians -- Hamann's Relationship with Royal Power -- Theory and Practice -- What Is to Be Done?
  • PART V : Aesthetics: Hamann's Anti-Artistic Aestheticism -- Aesthetic, All Too Aesthetic: Hamann on the Battle between Poetry and Philosophy -- Being and Becoming: Hamann's Ambiguous Relationship to Platonism ; Passions, Sexuality, and the Body Creativity and Genius ; Poetic Reception: Hamann on Enlightenment Taste ; 'Only a God Can Save Us' -- Neither Art Nor Philosophy: Assessing Hamann's Foundational Aesthetics
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OCM1bookssj0000538213
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9781442642157
Lccn
2011389740
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remote
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(WaSeSS)bookssj0000538213
Label
Johann Georg Hamann and the Enlightenment project, Robert Alan Sparling, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [325]-336) and index
Contents
  • PART I : Enlightenment and Hamann's Reaction -- Introduction: The Enlightenment as a Historical Movement and Political Project -- Enlightenment as a Contested Concept -- Hamann and His Age -- Transfiguring the Enlightenment: Hamann and the Problem of Public Reason -- Public, Private, and the Unmündige: The Closed and the Open in 'Public Reason' -- Bon Sens and the Impersonal Public in Public Reason -- The Personal and Its Relationship to Poetry, Myth, and 'Metaschematism' -- Poetry, Philosophy, and Public Discourse: Aufklärung oder Verklärung -- PART II : The Politics of Metacritique: Hamann contra Kant Critique and Metacritique: Kant and Hamann -- Metakritik über den Purismum der Vernunft: Exegesis -- Varieties of Copernican Turn -- Did Hamann Miss His Mark? -- The a Priori and Language -- The Ideas of God and the Person -- The Divine Idea -- The Soul and the Person -- The Soul in Community: Dignity, Autonomy
  • PART III : Language and the City in Modern Natural Law: Hamann's Controversy with Mendelssohn -- Leviathan and Jerusalem: Rights and 'the Laws of Wisdom and Goodness' -- Leviathan and Jerusalem -- Hamann and Natural Rights -- Divine Law, Property, and Justice -- Conclusion: Rights, Community and Leviathan -- Faith, Inside and Out: Convictions versus Actions, Eternity versus History -- The Externals -- Hamann on History and Eternity, External and Internal -- Liberal Peace and Illiberal Tension: Tolerance versus Tolerance -- Language and Society -- Mendelssohn on the Limits of Language -- Hamann on the Priority of Language -- Appendix: Hamann and Judaism -- PART IV : Practical Reflections of an Impractical Man: Hamann contra Frederick II -- The Language of Enlightenment and the Practice of Despotism: J.G. Hamann's Polemics against Frederick the Great [Hamann] -- Enlightened Despotism -- Frederick and the Politics of Enlightenment: Manufacturing Prussians -- Hamann's Relationship with Royal Power -- Theory and Practice -- What Is to Be Done?
  • PART V : Aesthetics: Hamann's Anti-Artistic Aestheticism -- Aesthetic, All Too Aesthetic: Hamann on the Battle between Poetry and Philosophy -- Being and Becoming: Hamann's Ambiguous Relationship to Platonism ; Passions, Sexuality, and the Body Creativity and Genius ; Poetic Reception: Hamann on Enlightenment Taste ; 'Only a God Can Save Us' -- Neither Art Nor Philosophy: Assessing Hamann's Foundational Aesthetics
  • PART I : Enlightenment and Hamann's Reaction -- Introduction: The Enlightenment as a Historical Movement and Political Project -- Enlightenment as a Contested Concept -- Hamann and His Age -- Transfiguring the Enlightenment: Hamann and the Problem of Public Reason -- Public, Private, and the Unmündige: The Closed and the Open in 'Public Reason' -- Bon Sens and the Impersonal Public in Public Reason -- The Personal and Its Relationship to Poetry, Myth, and 'Metaschematism' -- Poetry, Philosophy, and Public Discourse: Aufklärung oder Verklärung -- PART II : The Politics of Metacritique: Hamann contra Kant Critique and Metacritique: Kant and Hamann -- Metakritik über den Purismum der Vernunft: Exegesis -- Varieties of Copernican Turn -- Did Hamann Miss His Mark? -- The a Priori and Language -- The Ideas of God and the Person -- The Divine Idea -- The Soul and the Person -- The Soul in Community: Dignity, Autonomy
  • PART III : Language and the City in Modern Natural Law: Hamann's Controversy with Mendelssohn -- Leviathan and Jerusalem: Rights and 'the Laws of Wisdom and Goodness' -- Leviathan and Jerusalem -- Hamann and Natural Rights -- Divine Law, Property, and Justice -- Conclusion: Rights, Community and Leviathan -- Faith, Inside and Out: Convictions versus Actions, Eternity versus History -- The Externals -- Hamann on History and Eternity, External and Internal -- Liberal Peace and Illiberal Tension: Tolerance versus Tolerance -- Language and Society -- Mendelssohn on the Limits of Language -- Hamann on the Priority of Language -- Appendix: Hamann and Judaism -- PART IV : Practical Reflections of an Impractical Man: Hamann contra Frederick II -- The Language of Enlightenment and the Practice of Despotism: J.G. Hamann's Polemics against Frederick the Great [Hamann] -- Enlightened Despotism -- Frederick and the Politics of Enlightenment: Manufacturing Prussians -- Hamann's Relationship with Royal Power -- Theory and Practice -- What Is to Be Done?
  • PART V : Aesthetics: Hamann's Anti-Artistic Aestheticism -- Aesthetic, All Too Aesthetic: Hamann on the Battle between Poetry and Philosophy -- Being and Becoming: Hamann's Ambiguous Relationship to Platonism ; Passions, Sexuality, and the Body Creativity and Genius ; Poetic Reception: Hamann on Enlightenment Taste ; 'Only a God Can Save Us' -- Neither Art Nor Philosophy: Assessing Hamann's Foundational Aesthetics
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000538213
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9781442642157
Lccn
2011389740
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0000538213

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