The problem of knowledge; philosophy, science, and history since Hegel; translated by William H. Woglom and Charles W. Hendel. With a preface by Charles W. Hendel.

New Haven, Yale University Press, 1950.

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Standard Title Erkenntnisproblem in der Philosophie und Wissenschaft der neueren Zeit. 4, Von Hegels Tod bis zur Gegenwart, 1832-1932. English
Subjects Connaissance, Théorie de la.
Knowledge, Theory of.
Description xviii, 334 pages 25 cm
Copyright Date 1950.
Notes A translation from manuscript of the author's Von Hegels Tod bis zur Gegenwart, 1832-1932, to be published as Band 4 of his Das Erkenntnisproblem in der Philosophie und Wissenschaft der neueren Zeit.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents pt. 1. Exact science. The problem of space and the development of non-euclidean geometry ; Experience and thought in the construction of geometry ; Order and measurement in geometry ; The concept of number and its logical foundation ; The goal and methods of theoretical physics -- part 2. The ideal of knowledge and its transformations in biology. The problem of classifying and systematizing natural forms ; The idea of metamorphpsis and idealistic morphology : goethe ; Developmental history as a problem and a maxim ; Darwinism as a dogma and as a principle of knowledge ; Developmental mechanics and the problem of cause in biology ; The argument over vitalism and the autonomy of living organisms -- part 3. Fundamental forms and tendencies of historical knowledge. The rise of historicism : Herder ; Romanticism and the beginnings of the critical science of history : the theory or historical ideas, Niebuhr, Ranke, Humbolt ; Positivism and its ideal of historical knowledge : Taine ; Political and constitutional theory as foundations of historiography : Mommsen ; Political history and the history of civilization : Burckhardt ; The theory of psychological types in history : Lamprecht ; Influence in the history of religion on the ideal of historical knowledge : Strauss, Renan, Fustel de Coulanges.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)374993
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WorldCat Identities Cassirer, Ernst, 1874-1945.
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