Max Scheler; a concise introduction into the world of a great thinker, by Manfred S. Frings.

Pittsburgh, Duquesne University Press, 1965.

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Subjects Scheler, Max, 1874-1928.
Description 223 pages portrait 22 cm
Copyright Date 1965.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 208-218).
Contents 1. Introduction -- 2. On the Bio-Psychic World. The Stratification of Psycho-Physical Being and the Being of the Spirit. The A Priori or Phenomenological Experience. Inadequate Definitions of Man and Their Origin -- 3. Emotive Spheres. Feelings and Feeling-States. Reality and the Types of Inter Emotional Experience -- 4. Ordo Amoris. The Priority of Love. The Microcosm of Values. False Love, Kinds of Love, and Erotic Fate -- 5. Ressentiment. Initial Forms of Ressentiment. Weakness as Source of Ressentiment. Ressentiment as Source of Value Deception and Moralities, and the A Priori of Values -- 6. Non-Formal Ethics of Values. The Historical Place of Ethics of Values. Phenomenological Givenness in Intentional Feeling. Emotive Axiology: The Graded Realm of Values. Relative, Absolute, and Moral Values. The Ought and the Ideal Models of the Person -- 7. Man as Person. Phenomenology of "Person."
Network Numbers (OCoLC)292167
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WorldCat Identities Frings, Manfred S.
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