3 edition of Lyrical And Ethical Subjects found in the catalog.
August 4, 2005
by State University of New York Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||215|
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“In Lyrical and Ethical Subjects Dennis Schmidt is at his best. His sensitivity to language, his intimate knowledge of German philosophy, and his deep concern for ethical and political issues are united to give the reader an enriching and exhilarating experience.” ― Robert Bernasconi, The University of MemphisAuthor: Dennis J.
Schmidt. "In Lyrical and Ethical Subjects Dennis Schmidt is at his best. His sensitivity to language, his intimate knowledge of German philosophy, and his deep concern for ethical and political issues are united to give the reader an enriching and exhilarating experience." — Robert Bernasconi, The University of Memphis.
"In Lyrical and Ethical Subjects Dennis Schmidt is at his best. His sensitivity to language, his intimate knowledge of German philosophy, and his deep concern for ethical and Author: Dennis J. Schmidt. Get this from a library. Lyrical and ethical subjects: essays on the periphery of the word, freedom, and history.
[Dennis J Schmidt] -- "Dennis J. Schmidt develops a hermeneutic theory of language that forms the starting point for thinking through the concerns of ethical life.
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