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The Logic of the Cultural Sciences

Five Studies (Cassirer Lectures Series)

by Ernst Cassirer

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Published by Yale University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Logic,
  • Modern Western philosophy, c 1600 to the present,
  • Philosophy Of The 20th Century,
  • Philosophy,
  • History & Surveys - Modern,
  • Philosophy / Modern,
  • Humanities

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsDonald Phillip Verne (Introduction), S.G. Lofts (Translator)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages178
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9651289M
    ISBN 100300081146
    ISBN 109780300081145

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The Logic of the Cultural Sciences by Ernst Cassirer Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Logic of the Cultural Sciences book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This new translation of The Logic of the Cultural Scie /5(1). This new translation of The Logic of the Cultural Sciences (formerly entitled The Logic of the Humanities) makes Ernst Cassirer’s classic study, long out of print, available to English readers.

A German Jew living in exile at the beginning of the Second World War, Cassirer wrote this book—one of his clearest and most concise—in response to the crises besetting his era. Critical Studies in the Logic of the Cultural Sciences The categories of logic, which in its present state of development is a specialized discipline like any other, require, if they are to be utilized with assurance, the same daily familiarity as those of any other discipline.

This new translation of The Logic of the Cultural Sciences (formerly entitled The Logic of the Humanities) makes Ernst Cassirer's classic study, long out of print, available to English readers. A German Jew living in exile at the beginning of the Second World War, Cassirer wrote this book-one of his clearest and most concise-in response to the crises besetting his era.

The Logic of the Cultural Sciences 作者: Ernst Cassirer 出版社: Yale University Press 副标题: Five Studies (Cassirer Lectures Series) 译者: Lofts, S.G. 出版年: 页数: 定价: USD 装帧: Paperback ISBN: “The Cultural Logic of Computation is a brilliant, audacious book.

It might be described as a rollicking, East Coast version of Alan Liu's The Laws of Cool -- or one part Laws of Cool, one part Seeing Like a State, with more than a dash of Baudrillard and Virilio for brio/5(5).

The subject of this book is limited to the abstract form or "logic" of science, as applied particularly to scientific sociology. The Logic of the Cultural Sciences book the discussion presented here goes beyond abstraction and serves a practical role in the sociology and history of science by providing a framework for reducing the enormous variety of scientific researches-both within a given field and across all fields-to a Cited by: Culture and Communication The Logic by which Symbols Are Connected.

An Introduction to the Use of Structuralist Analysis in Social AnthropologyCited by: Patricia H. Thornton, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition), Institutional Logics as Culture. In “Markets from Culture ” Thornton () treats culture as an independent variable, to interpret organizational decision-making changes based on how different institutional logics focus actors attention.

In The Logic of the Cultural Sciences () Cassirer argues that objective and universal validity can be achieved not only in the sciences, but also in practical, cultural, moral, and aesthetic phenomena.

Although inter-subjective objective validity in the natural sciences derives from universal laws of nature, Cassirer asserts that an analogous type of inter-subjective objective validity takes place in the cultural ion: University of Marburg, (PhD, ). The subject of this book is limited to the abstract form or "logic" of science, as applied particularly to scientific sociology.

But the discussion presented here goes beyond abstraction and serves a practical role in the sociology and history of science by providing a framework for reducing the enormous variety of scientific researches-both within a given field and across all fields-to a.

Caroline H. Bledsoe, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition), Reconciling Local Cultural Knowledge and Western Science. Pursuing threads of counterintuitive cultural logic that are opened up by scrutinizing demographic patterns can yield not simply observations about culture but empirical truths that have been lost to contemporary scientific view.

Translator's introduction --The historical and systematic context of 'The logic of the cultural sciences' --The object of the science of culture --The perception of things and the perception of expression --Concepts of nature and concepts of culture --The problem of form and the problem of cause --The "tragedy of culture.".

The pivotal study in Cassirer's five closely related analyses of the cultural sciences is that concerning "Naturbegriffe und Kulturbegriffe." [End Page ] Cassirer contrasts the way in which concepts function in natural scientific thought with the way in which concepts function in cultural thought.

the social sciences. In so doing, however, you ought to be con-scious of the fact that objectivity in the social sciences is much more difficult to achieve (if it can be achieved at all) than in the natural sciences.

For being objective demands that one is not biassed by one's value judgements - that is (as Max Weber called it), to be 'value-free'.File Size: 2MB. The logic of culture. [Algis Mickunas] -- This book is a condensation of critical essays in contemporary culture within the context of European phenomenology, employing its own self-critiques in order to demonstrate the methodological and.

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Philosophy of the Cultural Sciences Preliminary draft Staffan Carlshamre Janu Contents the book, the sort of issues it covers, and the level it is aiming for. Many of and it is an important part of the philosophy of the cultural sciences to supply the tools for. The subject of this book is limited to the abstract form or "logic" of science (as applied particularly to scientific sociology).

The chief aim is to compress, to simplify, and to organize into an easily understood and reasonably well-documented scheme some principal answers to questions such as: What makes a discipline "scientific" in the first place?.

This books is a reprint of the Sixth Book of Mill's A System of Logic ratiocinative and inductive, being a connected view of the principles of evidence and the methods of scientific investigation, first published in /5(23).The Logic of the Cultural Sciences.

In The Logic of the Cultural Sciences () Cassirer argues that objective and universal validity can not only be achieved in the sciences, but also in practical, cultural, moral, and aesthetic phenomena.

Although inter-subjective objective validity in the natural sciences derives from universal laws of.This explains why Ijiomah defined logic as the science of the relationship among levels of realities and since realities differ from one culture to another, it follows that logic differs from one culture to another.

This is why African logic is natural, encompassing the entire worldview of the African peoples and Size: KB.