Herder's social and political thought; from enlightenment to nationalism, by F.M. Barnard.

Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1965.

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Subjects Herder, Johann Gottfried von, 1744-1803.
Herder, Johann Gottfried von.
Herder, Johann Gottfried, 1744-1803.
Description xxii, 189 pages 23 cm
Copyright Date 1965.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 179-186).
Also issued online.
Contents Herder's Germany: The Aufklärung -- Organism: Herder's conceptual framework: The problem of unity -- The problem of continuity -- Unity and continuity -- Organic politics: Language and political association: 'Volk' -- Political association and social structure: the model VOLK-state -- Political association and central authority -- From mechanism to organism: Volk and nation -- Reform from below: 'Humanization' and 'artisto-democracy' -- Natural growth and natural politics -- From Nationalism to internationalism: Humanität. Religion and Humanität -- Ethics and Humanität -- The political application of Humanität -- History and social development: Continuity and purpose -- Cause and purpose -- Continuity and social development -- Progress and perfection: The idea of progress -- Human variability and perfectibility -- Conflict and human striving -- Significance: summary and assessment -- Impact: Herederism and German political romanticism -- Herder's political influence outside Germany.
Genre Gerder, Johann Gottfried ((von))
Network Numbers (OCoLC)268908
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WorldCat Identities Barnard, F. M.
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