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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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(6) In Cassirer, however, the laws of Switzerland and Spain dictated the result, and those countries are not as reflexively inclined to negate good faith commercial transactions.
This type of quick and severe die-off due to pneumonia has been documented as early as 1924 (Marsh 1938) as well as in more recent years (Cassirer and Sinclair 2007; Besser and others 2012; Smith and others 2014).
In the first part of this essay I will critically expose Croce's reflections on art, while in the second one I will expose Cassirer's concept of art in the light of his philosophy of symbolic form.
Friedmann reconocera a Cassirer como historiador de las ideas y lo compara con Thomas Khun.
It premiered at the Bollhuset (Ball House) in 1774 and was the first Swedish opera with music by the court Kapellmeister Francesco Antonio Uttini (Cassirer 1991: 29-30).
Devemos ler O Principe tomando em consideracao a historia dos seculos que precederam Maquiavel e a historia contemporanea da Italia, e entao esse livro nao so e justificado, mas aparecera como uma concepcao verdadeira e magnifica de um verdadeiro genio politico dotado de um espirito elevado e nobre (HEGEL, citado por CASSIRER, p.
The Legacy of Liberal Judaism: Ernst Cassirer and Hannah Arendt's Hidden Conversation by Ned Curthoys.