Plato in Germany: Kant - Natorp - Heidegger

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Alan Kim
State University of New York, Stony Brook
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Kant and the limit of perfection -- From Königsberg to Marburg -- Natorp's theories of knowledge and history -- Natorp's Plato -- From Natorp to Heidegger -- The Friends of Form : the Archaist reception of Plato -- Heidegger's Plato.
Keywords Philosophy, German Greek influences  Gorgias (Plato  Meno (Plato  Rezeption
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Call number B2528.G73.K56 2010
ISBN(s) 9783896654946
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