1 edition of Intellectual history and its problems. found in the catalog.
Intellectual history and its problems.
Franklin L. Baumer
1949 in [Chicago] .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||D13 B345|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||203|
In economics, John Maynard Keynes was both a historian of economic thought himself,  and the subject of study by historians of economic thought because of the significance of the Keynesian revolution. Historie compare des systemes de philosophie relativement aux principes des connaissances humaines, 3 vols, vol. Arthur O. Intellectual history in its current forms is frequently related to concept history, formulated in the s, and to book history, dating from the s. Skinner Palti
Also on why these are almost all men, white men at that. The examples provided indicate how discussions relating to global history have been formulated in different times and geographical regions and contribute to the pluralistic way in which we can conceptualise global history. Intellectual historiography[ edit ] Intellectual history as a self-conscious discipline is a relatively recent phenomenon. Leslie From what pre-existing material was it produced analysis? Feldmann
Asplin Despite the prominence of early modern intellectual historians those studying the age from the Renaissance to the Enlightenmentthe intellectual history of the modern period has also been the locus of intense and creative output on both sides of the Atlantic. Atlantic history : the study of the history of people living on or near the Atlantic Ocean. However, his contemporary Thucydides c.
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Rethinking modern European intellectual history. The labels of all the various branches of history are flags of convenience not names of essences, and the real question concerns the distinctiveness and validity of their claims to occupy a separate room in Clio's spacious house.
One can read a text both in terms of a chronological context for example, as a contribution to a discipline or tradition as it extended over time or in terms of a contemporary intellectual moment for example, as participating in a debate particular to a certain time and place.
Boas In the course of the s and s, some observers, claiming to find certain shared characteristics in the work published by some of those responsible for this programme most notably John Burrow and Donald Winchbegan to refer to 'the Sussex school'.
Mindeskrift for Johs. Harrelson Bredsdorff Intellectual history is closely related to the history of philosophy and the history of ideas. Scholars such as Martin BroszatIan Kershaw and Detlev Peukert sought to examine what everyday life was like for ordinary people in 20th-century Germany, especially in the Nazi period.
This history cannot be considered without the knowledge of the men and women who created, discussed, wrote about and in other ways were concerned with ideas. Back to the top Suggested further reading The following does not constitute a full bibliography or list of exemplary works; it merely provides a few starting points for readers curious about the history of this field and the major recent developments within it.
The theologian Alister McGrath said that "the emergence of a socially alienated, theologically literate, antiestablishment lay intelligentsia is one of the more significant phenomena of the social history of Germany in the s", and that "three or four theological graduates in ten might hope to find employment" in a church post.
In some quarters, the very term 'intellectual history' itself generated unease, with the result that 'the history of ideas' has sometimes been preferred as an alternative label. Kaehler Tatarkiewicz Sgarbi It may be that there is no longer any need to justify the term 'intellectual history' or the practice for which it stands.
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GadamerDie Begriffsgeschichte und die Sprache der Philosophie. Vergangene Zukunft: Zur Semantik geschichtlicher Zeiten.Sep 01, · A groundbreaking history of the Big Questions that dominated the nineteenth century In this pioneering book, Holly Case undertakes a stunningly original analysis, presenting, chapter by chapter, seven distinct arguments and frameworks for understanding the age.
She considers whether it. Key works in American intellectual history (original list based on the titles provided here) Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book. In addition, there is a sub-category of intellectual history which concentrates on the practical or infrastructural features of intellectual life: habits of research and rhetorical skill, notions of evidence or proof, or the history of the book itself.
Over forty years the “Wingspread conference” and the book that came out of it has echoed through the field. Neither the conference nor the book that emerged from it, New Directions in American Intellectual History, edited by John Higham and Paul Conkin, was a celebration of the field.
It focused on a collective crisis of confidence. Welcome to AAIHS The African American Intellectual History Society (AAIHS) is a scholarly organization founded to foster dialogue about researching, writing, and teaching black thought. Intellectual history, at the intersection of several disciplines and lacking a clear institutional status, is the subject of permanent debate and even disagreement as to its scope and subject matter, and whether it constitutes a separate field of history.