The pessimism of Windelband: its origins and development by Arthur Allen Schoolcraft

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StatementBoston University Graduate School dissertation, submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, 1932
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Paginationvi, 194 leaves
Number of Pages194
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Open LibraryOL25928492M
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The pessimism of Windelband: its origins and development by Arthur Allen Schoolcraft with especial reference to the formation and development of its problems and conceptions by W Windelband Windelband, W. (Wilhelm), Windelband, Wilh.

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For Beiser, the origins of Weltschmerz are a mystery. The great capitalist depression from to that came after only helps to explain the spread of Weltschmerz, not its cause. If pessimism were all the rage among the genteel, one would expect them to be cynics to the suffering of others. The creative development of Marxist philosophy went hand in hand with its defense against revisionism and against the onslaught of bourgeois ideology; this process was very closely connected with Lenin’s development of the theory of socialist revolution and with his precepts on the revolutionary party, the alliance between the working class.

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Arthur O. Lovejoy, Jacques Maritain, and Columbia University faculty) demonstrates that his philosophy of. pessimism in social thought, at the turn of the century, has been probably over- not suddenly originate with Dilthey and Windelband, but went back to a line of thought which had its origins in the revolt of the German Historical School against the tradition of natural law.

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This book greatly pleased his friends, but the old-line philologists of the time thought it wild and extravagant, and it almost cost Nietzsche his professorship.

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Wilhelm Windelband Wilhelm Windelband (W. Windelband) ( – Octo ) was a German philosopher of the Baden School. Born in Potsdam, he is now mainly remembered for the terms nomothetic and idiographic, which he introduced. The sparks of Nietzsche's genius strike into the origins of every modern philosophical movement; about each new idea it may be said he suggested it first and he also was its first critic.

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