Selected Writings

Selected Writings Author Thomas Aquinas
ISBN-10 9780141908182
Release 1998-06-25
Pages 880
Download Link Click Here

In his reflections on Christianity, Saint Thomas Aquinas forged a unique synthesis of ancient philosophy and medieval theology. Preoccupied with the relationship between faith and reason, he was influenced both by Aristotle's rational world view and by the powerful belief that wisdom and truth can ultimately only be reached through divine revelation. Thomas's writings, which contain highly influential statements of fundamental Christian doctrine, as well as observations on topics as diverse as political science, anti-Semitism and heresy, demonstrate the great range of his intellect and place him firmly among the greatest medieval philosophers.



Barnett Newman

Barnett Newman Author Barnett Newman
ISBN-10 0520078179
Release 1992
Pages 331
Download Link Click Here

Barnett Newman's writings reveal him to be an impassioned and articulate analyst of art and society who never hesitated to make his views known and always stood by them. To understand Newman's unique place in the culture of the twentieth century, we must know both his paintings and his words--a knowledge made possible by this long-awaited volume. "Barnett Newman [1905-1970] was a thinker who chose to develop his ideas both in painting and in writing. He was also a citizen who made his acts of painting and writing political. And he was an artist."--Richard Schiff, from the Introduction Barnett Newman's writings reveal him to be an impassioned and articulate analyst of art and society who never hesitated to make his views known and always stood by them. To understand Newman's unique place in the culture of the twentieth century, we must know both his paintings and his words--a knowledge made possible by this long-awaited volume. "Barnett Newman [1905-1970] was a thinker who chose to develop his ideas both in painting and in writing. He was also a citizen who made his acts of painting and writing political. And he was an artist."--Richard Schiff, from the Introduction



Karl Marx

Karl Marx Author Karl Marx
ISBN-10 9780198782650
Release 2000
Pages 687
Download Link Click Here

This edition of McLellan's comprehensive selection of Marx's writings includes carefully selected extracts from the whole range of Marx's most important pieces alongside a fully revised and updated bibliography and editorial commentary on each document. New editorial introductions to each section of the book provide the reader with the background and context of Marx's writing in each period. Essential reading for anyone wishing for a detailed overview of Marx's political philosophy.



Selected Writings

Selected Writings Author Galileo,
ISBN-10 9780199583690
Release 2012-02-09
Pages 431
Download Link Click Here

The first entirely new translation of Galileo's major writings for more than fifty years, this marvelous volume includes selections from all of his important writings on science, including virtually the complete text of A Sidereal Message and a substantial part of his masterpiece, the Dialogue on the Two Chief World Systems. The book contains all of Galileo's contributions to the debate on science and religion, including the letters to Benedetto Castelli and the Grand Duchess Christina, plus key documents from Galileo's trial before the Inquisition. William R. Shea's introduction gives a clear, lively overview of Galileo's career and achievements, and his notes explain the scientific and philosophical background. About the Series: For over 100 years Oxford World's Classics has made available the broadest spectrum of literature from around the globe. Each affordable volume reflects Oxford's commitment to scholarship, providing the most accurate text plus a wealth of other valuable features, including expert introductions by leading authorities, voluminous notes to clarify the text, up-to-date bibliographies for further study, and much more.



Selected Writings

Selected Writings Author Jean Baudrillard
ISBN-10 0804742731
Release 2001
Pages 294
Download Link Click Here

An expanded edition of the first comprehensive overview of Baudrillard's work, this new edition adds examples from after 1985.



Selected Writings

Selected Writings Author Roman Jakobson
ISBN-10 3110106175
Release 1985
Pages 405
Download Link Click Here

Selected Writings has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Selected Writings also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Selected Writings book for free.



Selected Writings 1913 1926

Selected Writings  1913 1926 Author Walter Benjamin
ISBN-10 0674945859
Release 1996
Pages 520
Download Link Click Here

Walter Benjamin was one of the most original and important critical voices of the twentieth century, but until now only a few of his writings have been available in English. Harvard University Press has now undertaken to publish a significant portion of his work in definitive translation, under the general editorship of Michael W. Jennings. This volume, the first of three, will at last give readers of English a true sense of the man and the many facets of his thought. (The magnum opus of Benjaminâe(tm)s Paris years, The Arcades Project, has been published in a separate volume.)Walter Benjamin emerged from the head-on collision of an idealistic youth movement and the First World War, which Benjamin and his close friends thought immoral. He walked away from the wreck scarred yet determined âeoeto be considered as the principal critic of German literature.âe But the scene, as he found it, was dominated by âeoetalented fakes,âe soâe"to use his wordsâe"âeoeonly a terrorist campaign would I sufficeâe to effect radical change. This book offers the record of the first phase of that campaign, culminating with âeoeOne Way Street,âe one of the most significant products of the German avant-garde of the Twenties. Against conformism, homogeneity, and gentrification of all life into a new world order, Benjamin made the word his sword.Volume I of the Selected Writings brings together essays long and short, academic treatises, reviews, fragments, and privately circulated pronouncements. Fully five-sixths of this material has never before been translated into English. The contents begin in 1913, when Benjamin, as an undergraduate in imperial Germany, was president of a radical youth group, and take us through 1926, when he had already begun, with his explorations of the world of mass culture, to emerge as a critical voice in Weimar Germanyâe(tm)s most influential journals.The volume includes a number of his most important works, including âeoeTwo Poems by Friedrich Hölderlin,âe âeoeGoetheâe(tm)s Elective Affinities,âe âeoeThe Concept of Criticism in German Romanticism,âe âeoeThe Task of the Translator,âe and âeoeOne Way Street.âe He is as compelling and insightful when musing on riddles or childrenâe(tm)s books as he is when dealing with weightier issues such as the philosophy of language, symbolic logic, or epistemology. We meet Benjamin the youthful idealist, the sober moralist, the political theorist, the experimentalist, the translator, and, above all, the virtual king of criticism, with his magisterial exposition of the basic problems of aesthetics.Benjaminâe(tm)s sentences provoke us to return to them again and again, luring us as though with the promise of some final revelation that is always being postponed. He is by turns fierce and tender, melancholy and ebullient; he is at once classically rooted, even archaic, in his explorations of the human psyche and the world of things, and strikingly progressive in his attitude toward society and what he likes to call the organs of the collective (its architectures, fashions, signboards). Throughout, he displays a far-sighted urgency, judging the present on the basis of possible futures. And he is gifted with a keen sense of humor. Mysterious though he may sometimes be (his Latvian love, Asia Lacis, once described him as a visitor from another planet), Benjamin remains perhaps the most consistently surprising and challenging of critical writers.



Dilthey Selected Writings

Dilthey Selected Writings Author Wilhelm Dilthey
ISBN-10 0521295882
Release 1979-03-22
Pages 270
Download Link Click Here

Throughout his writings, Dilthey exerted significant influence in European philosophy and social theory.



Walter Benjamin

Walter Benjamin Author Walter Benjamin
ISBN-10 0674015886
Release 2005
Pages 870
Download Link Click Here

In the frenzied final years of the Weimar Republic, Benjamin emerged as the most original public intellectual in the German-speaking world. Volume 2 of the "Selected Writings" is now available in paperback in two parts. In Part 1, Benjamin is represented by two of his greatest literary essays, "Surrealism" and "On the Image of Proust," as well as by a long article on Goethe and a generous selection of his wide-ranging commentary for Weimar Germany's newspapers.



Early Dominicans

Early Dominicans Author Simon Tugwell
ISBN-10 0809124149
Release 1982-01-01
Pages 508
Download Link Click Here

The spirituality of St. Dominic and his early followers was a force in 13th-century Europe. Here is a selection of works that represent the simplicity, ruggedness and clarity of the Dominicans' biblically-based, Christ-centered spirituality.



Selected Writings

Selected Writings Author Paul Valéry
ISBN-10 0811202135
Release 1950
Pages 256
Download Link Click Here

This selection from representative works of the great French poet-philosopher is based on the Paris Morceaux Choisis volume, which was assembled by Valery himself."



Selected Writings

Selected Writings Author Paracelsus
ISBN-10 0691018766
Release 1951
Pages 289
Download Link Click Here

Gathers the writings of the famous medieval alchemist on homeopathy, astrology, dreams, and ethics



Moltke on the Art of War

Moltke on the Art of War Author Daniel Hughes
ISBN-10 9780307538512
Release 2009-03-12
Pages 288
Download Link Click Here

Prussian hero Field Marshal Helmuth Graf von Moltke was the architect of the German way of war.



Gandhi

Gandhi Author Mohandas Gandhi
ISBN-10 9780486117379
Release 2012-05-07
Pages 272
Download Link Click Here

This anthology of Gandhi's writings offers a revealing look at his life and philosophy, focusing on subjects of enduring interest — rather than day-to-day political matters.



Early Anabaptist Spirituality

Early Anabaptist Spirituality Author Daniel Liechty
ISBN-10 0809104660
Release 1994-01
Pages 304
Download Link Click Here

Swiss Anabaptism (Felix Mantz, Balthasar Hubmaier.-- South German and Austria Anabaptism (Hans Hut, Leonhard Schiemer, Hans Schlaffer, Hans Denck).-- Hutterian Anabaptism (Peter Walpot).-- Dutch Anabaptism (Dirk Philips, Menno Simons)



Selected Writings

Selected Writings Author William Hazlitt
ISBN-10 0199552525
Release 2009-05-28
Pages 480
Download Link Click Here

William Hazlitt (1778-1830) developed a variety of identities as a writer: essayist, philosopher, critic of literature, drama, and painting, biographer, political commentator, and polemicist. What unites this variety is his dramatic and passionate intelligence, his unswerving commitment to individual and political liberty, and his courageous opposition to established political and cultural power. Hailed in 1819 as `one of the ablest and most eloquent critics of our nation', Hazlitt was also reviled for his political radicalism by the conservative press of the period. His writing engages with many of the important cultural and political debates of a revolutionary period, and retains its power both to provoke and move the reader.



Selected Writings

Selected Writings Author Meister Eckhart
ISBN-10 9780141904603
Release 1994-08-25
Pages 336
Download Link Click Here

Composed during a critical time in the evolution of European intellectual life, the works of Meister Eckhart (c. 1260-1327) are some of the most powerful medieval attempts to achieve a synthesis between ancient Greek thought and the Christian faith. Writing with great rhetorical brilliance, Eckhart combines the neoplatonic concept of oneness - the idea that the ultimate principle of the universe is single and undivided - with his Christian belief in the Trinity, and considers the struggle to describe a perfect God through the imperfect medium of language. Fusing philosophy and religion with vivid originality and metaphysical passion, these works have intrigued and inspired philosophers and theologians from Hegel to Heidegger and beyond.