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Cassirer and Rousseau: The Problem of a Universal Principle of Justice, by Guido Kreis

Article available through Philosophy Documentation Center, here. Guido Kreis is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Aarhus University. He is the author of Negative Dialektik des Unendlichen: Kant, Hegel, Cantor (Suhrkamp, 2015), and Cassirer und die Formen des Geistes (Suhrkamp, 2010). His recent articles include “Die Dialektik in der Dialektik der Aufklärung: Die Spur Hegels,” in […]

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Vico’s History of Philosophy, by Donald Phillip Verene

Article available through Philosophy Documentation Center, here. Donald Phillip Verene is Charles Howard Candler Professor of Metaphysics and Moral Philosophy and the Director for Vico Studies at Emory University. He has published a long list of books, the most recent of which include James Joyce and the Philosophers at Finnegans Wake (Northwestern University Press, 2016), […]

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Significant Formation: An Intersubjective Approach to Aesthetic Experience in Cassirer and Langer, by Anne Pollok

In Ernst Cassirer’s late writings, art is understood as a language that forms its subject matter not to convey an understanding of the world, but to create “a manifestation of inner life” (Essay on Man, p. 169). And even though its boundaries are within the subject (“inner”), such a manifestation rests on a social act, […]

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REVIEW—Donald Phillip Verene’s The Origins of the Philosophy of Symbolic Forms: Kant, Hegel, and Cassirer

Jonathan Pickle reviews Donald Phillip Verene’s The Origins of the Philosophy of Symbolic Forms: Kant, Hegel, and Cassirer, published by Northwestern University Press (2011).  Article available through Philosophy Documentation Center, here. Jonathan Pickle, review of The Origins of the Philosophy of Symbolic Forms: Kant, Hegel, and Cassirer, by Donald Phillip Verene, Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 34:1 (2013), pp. 234–8.

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