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Cassirer

Ernst . 1874--1945, German neo-Kantian philosopher. The Philosophy of Symbolic Forms (1923--29) analyses the symbols that underlie all manifestations, including myths and language, of human culture
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Following Cassirer, these emotionally seductive images can be considered present-day, profane variants of so-called "mythical thought," the most ancient and irrational form of thought that occupied center stage in "primitive" societies, and persists today as an elementary layer of consciousness.
Besser TE, Cassirer EF, Yamada C, Potter KA, Herndon C, Foreyt WJ, et al.
Second, Cassirer clearly distinguishes what he calls the "emotive overtones" in the meaning of the word and contrasts it with the degree of formality that is also a part of the meaning of the word.
Neither a naive person nor unconcerned about her privacy, she allowed her biographer access to letters in which Reinhold Cassirer reproaches her for her carelessness in failing to conceal an adulterous affair from their children, especially Oriane (2005: 558).
Chris Cassirer, ScD, MPH, dean of the School of Human Services at Capella University ( http://www.
Ernst Cassirer, "Critical Idealism as a Philosophy of Culture," in Symbol, Myth, and Culture: Essays and Lectures of Ernst Cassirer 1935-1945, ed.
JCT brings together three important causes: support for Israel; for education, particularly in technology; and diversity," said Cassirer.
Nagase concentrates on Japanese mothers who work, while Cassirer considers nonstandard work arrangements among women in the United States.
18) Immanuel Kant, Kritik der reinen Vernunft, in Immanuel Kants Werke, Band III, Ernst Cassirer (ed.
Il tardo Ottocento deve registrare, pero, un fiorire di contributi critici eccellenti che proietteranno il secolo verso il Novecento, cosi il dualismo tra Wilamowitz e Nietzsche, ma anche i contributi variamente innovativi di Cassirer, Millier, Lang, Tylor, Mannhardt, Frazer, lino al riutilizzo del mito di Edipo da parte di Freud, riaccendono con rinnovato vigore l'interesse per queste tematiche.
When Koeppen repeatedly failed to deliver the promised manuscript, Hofmann writes in his engaging introduction, Cassirer locked the writer up with a typewriter and a stack of paper.
In the eighteenth century, Ernst Cassirer has said, "all the eminent minds" revealed a profound interest in "the union of philosophy .