Book ID: CBB000101529

Schopenhauer's Broken World-View: Colours and Ethics between Kant and Goethe (2000)

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Lauxtermann, Paul F. H. (Author)


Kluwer Academic Publishers


Publication Date: 2000
Physical Details: ix + 290 pp., notes, index
Language: English

Description Discusses Schopenhauer's connection with Goethe in developing a theory of color and his attempt to develop a coherent philosophical view in a world “broken by modern science”.


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Review Wachelder, Joseph (2003) Review of "Schopenhauer's Broken World-View: Colours and Ethics between Kant and Goethe". Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (p. 532). unapi

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Authors & Contributors
Lauxtermann, Paul F. H.
Butler, Judith
Largier, Niklaus
Francois, Anne-Lise
Schopenhauer, Arthur
Koelbing, Huldrych M.
Journals
Studies in History and Philosophy of Science
British Journal for the History of Philosophy
Journal of the History of Ideas
Archives Internationales d'Histoire des Sciences
Journal of Design History
Leonardo
Publishers
Haffmans Verlag
University of California, Berkeley
Texas A and M University
Texas A&M University
Routledge
Concepts
Color theory
Philosophy of science
Optics
Light
Color
Biology
People
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von
Kant, Immanuel
Schopenhauer, Arthur
Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich
Newton, Isaac
Linnaeus, Carolus
Time Periods
19th century
18th century
20th century
Medieval
Enlightenment
Places
Great Britain
Germany
France
United States
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