5 edition of Goethe"s history of science found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 215-230) and index.
|Statement||Karl J. Fink.|
|LC Classifications||Q143.G53 F56 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 242 p. :|
|Number of Pages||242|
|LC Control Number||91008631|
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Book Description This book is about the interdisciplinary activities of Goethe's mid-life () when he researched optics, colour theory and plant morphology, and at the same time contributed to the growing literature in the history and philosophy of by: This book is about the interdisciplinary activities of Goethe's mid-life () when he researched optics, colour theory and plant morphology, and at the same time contributed to the growing literature in the history and philosophy of science.
As the editor of Goethe’s scientific writings during the s, Rudolf Steiner became immersed in a worldview that paralleled and amplified his own views in relation to epistemology, the interface between science and philosophy, the theory of how we know the world and ourselves.5/5(3).
Written by major scholars and practitioners of Goethean science today, this book considers the philosophical foundations of Goethe s approach and applies the method to the real world of nature, Reviews: 1. Such individuals are usually widely read, and Goethe is no exception: he had a remarkably full knowledge of the history of science, and devoted one of his longest works--the Materialien zur Geschichte der Farbenlehre--to Goethes history of science book very subject.
Goethean science concerns the natural philosophy (German Naturphilosophie "philosophy of nature") of German writer Johann Wolfgang von gh primarily known as a literary figure, Goethe did research in morphology, anatomy, and also developed a phenomenological approach to natural history, an alternative to Enlightenment natural science, which is still debated today among.
Steiner wrote in his book on Goethean Science: “Goethe’s world-historic significance lies, indeed, precisely in the fact that his art flows directly from the primal source of all existence, that there is nothing illusory or subjective about it, that, on the contrary, his art appears as the herald of that lawfulness that the poet has grasped by listening to the world spirit within the depth of nature’s working.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, German poet, playwright, novelist, scientist, statesman, and critic who was considered the greatest German literary figure of the modern era. He is especially known for the drama Faust, considered by some to be Germany’s most significant contribution to world literature.
The book was written injust after the peak of the ‘science wars’ in academia, when the prevalence of postmodern ideas in sociology and history led some to suggest that all knowledge was up for grabs. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe is most famous for his work on color theory, but he was also an accomplished all-round scientist, studying and writing on anatomy, geology, botany, zoology and meteorology.
This book draws together, in Goethe's own words, his key ideas on nature, science and scientific s: 2. Inappropriate The list (including its title or description) facilitates illegal activity, or contains hate speech or ad hominem attacks on a fellow Goodreads member or author.
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Goethes Werke: Band XI. Campagne in Frankreich Reise in die Schweiz im Jahre Reise am Rhein, Main und Neckar in den Jahren und Goethe, Spruche in Prosa: –, 4, p. In this connection it is worth noting that while Goethe arrives at his qualitative method in theory of colour from the artistic experience of its cognitive need (his background is a concern with ‘laws’ of the art of painting), Newton’s theory of colour arose from the need to improve a technical apparatus, namely the telescope, i.e.
It was in a sense a science of subjectivity, or what you might see as a mystical approach to science. When for instance Goethe spent time observing plants he saw deeply into their nature. By looking at the leaves he saw how the leaves of any given species of plant grew through the repetition of a unique pattern of unfolding.
In order to indicate the interest Goethe took in Herder's work Ideas on a Philosophy of the History of Mankind, let us cite the following passage from a letter of Goethe to Knebel in December 8, “Herder is writing a philosophy of history, such as you can imagine, new from the ground up.
We read the first chapters together the day before. Curious about Goethean science, a special interest group of the New York Academy of Sciences invited Craig Holdrege to speak on the topic in October, Craig has expanded that talk into an essay, Goethe and the Evolution of Science. It is perhaps the best place to start for anyone curious about what we mean by “Goethean science”.
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Prefaces and Prologues to Famous Books downloads; Hermann and Dorothea Johann Wolfgang von Goethe downloads; Faust: A Lyric Drama in Five Acts Charles Gounod, Jules Barbier, and Michel Carré downloads; Die Leiden des jungen Werther Missing: history of science. Five: Science for Artsy People Goethe was the last European to do a certain kind of remarkable thing – to write great novels and plays and also play a significant role in science.
His interests ranged through geology, meteorology, physiology and chemistry. VI Goethe's Way of Knowledge. In JuneJohann Gottlieb Fichte sent the first sections of his Theory of Science [ 45 ] to Goethe.
The latter wrote back to the philosopher on June “As far as I am concerned, I will owe you the greatest thanks if you finally reconcile me with the philosophers, with whom I can never do without and with whom I have never been able to unite myself.”.Coupons & Deals Book Annex Buy 1, Get 1 50% Off: Books for All Ages Bestsellers 30% Off Hardcover New Releases from 20% Off Customer Favorites New Releases Coming Soon Boxed Sets Signed Books Books by Author Book Awards Celebrity Book Clubs & More Read Before You Stream Best Books of the Year B&N Classics B&N Collectible Editions B&N Exclusives Price: $Get this from a library!
Goethe in the history of science / 2. Bibliography, [Frederick Amrine].