Ernst Cassirer: A "Repetition" of Modernity
This systematic introduction to Ernst Cassirer's philosophy of symbolic forms demonstrates how his approach transforms the project of modernity in accord with the limitations of the modern conception of rationality. At the same time, this book functions as an introduction to Cassirer's thought.
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The Crisis in the Project of Rationality
The Structure of the Symbolic Function as the Function of Structure
Language The Genesis of Signification and the Aufbau of the Objective World
Myth as the Other of Logos or the Texture of the Real The Presence of Meaning as the Meaning of Presence
Religion The Logic of Absurdity and the Intuition of the
Science The Writing of a Lingua Universalis
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