|Title:||Vasily Sesemann: Experience, Formalism, and the Question of Being (On the Boundary of Two Worlds. Identity, Freedom, and Moral Imagination in the Baltics, Vol. 7)|
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Thorsten Botz-Bornstein Preface by Eero Tarasti. Amsterdam - New York, NY 2006. Amsterdam - New York, NY 2006 Printed in the Netherlands. Experience as a Subject of Philosophy in the Early Twentieth Century This book deals with the thoughts of the philosopher Vasily Sesemann whose originality becomes clear in the following chapters. In these chapters, some philosophical topics that are central in Sesemann’s philosophy are introduced, explained, and put into the philosophical context of their time.
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Botz-Bornstein's study takes up Sesemann's idea of "experience" as a dynamic, constantly self-reflective, "ungraspable" phenomenon that cannot be objectified. Through various studies, the author shows how Sesemann develops an outstanding idea of experience by reflecting it against empathy, Erkenntnistheorie (theory of knowledge), Formalism, Neo-Kantianism, Freudian psychoanalysis, and Bergson's philosophy.
Vastly Sesemann: Experience, Formalism, and the Question of Being. By Thorsten Botz-Bornstein. xiii, 133 pp. Appendixes.
Botz-Bornstein’s study takes up Sesemann’s idea of experience as a dynamic, constantly self-reflective, ungraspable phenomenon that cannot be objectified. Through various studies, the author shows how Sesemann develops an outstanding idea of experience by reflecting it against empathy, Erkenntnistheorie (theory of knowledge), Formalism, Neo-Kantianism, Freudian psychoanalysis, and Bergson’s philosophy. The book contains also translations of two essays by Sesemann as well as of an essay by Karsavin. He is affiliated to the EHESS of Paris and currently working at Zhejing University in China.
Botz-Bornstein' study of Sesemann disentangles the strands with both historical competence and sensitivity. in: Lithuanian Papers, No. 22, 2008. Born in Vyborg in 1884 by parents of German descent, Vasily (Wilhelm) Sesemann grew up and studied in St. Petersburg. A close friend of Viktor Zhirmunsky and Lev P. Karsavin, Sesemann taught from the early 1920 until his death in 1963 at the universities of Kaunas and Vilnius in Lithuania (interrupted only by his internment in a Siberian labour camp from 1950 to 1956) . See all Product description.
Thorsten Botz-Bornstein is a German philosopher specializing in aesthetics and intercultural philosophy. Vasily Sesemann: Experience, Formalism, and the Question of Being (On the Boundary of Two Worlds. Identity, Freedom, and Moral Imagination in the Baltics, Vol. 7) by Thorsten Botz-Bornstein (2006) Paperback. Veils, Nudity, and Tattoos: The New Feminine Aesthetics. At first sight, tattoos, nudity, and veils do not seem.
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