IBNA- The Persian book ‘Knowledge and Individuality, Letters from German Philosophy of the 20th Century’ which reflects the undeniable role of German philosophers in forming theoretical movements has been published.
According to IBNA correspondent, ‘Knowledge and Individuality, Letters from German Philosophy of the 20th Century’ has been translated and authored by Mahdi Este’dadi Shaad and released by Gaam-e No Publishing.
The book is almost focused on the first and third generations of German thinkers and tries to shed light on two discourses of ontology and critical theory.
The content includes the following subjects:
Classical Philosopher of Modernity: Herbert Schnädelbach, What Is Poetry? Martin Heidegger, Holderlin, and the Essence of Composition: Martin Heidegger, Heidegger and Evaluation of Poetry, What is Existential Philosophy? Hannah Arendt, part of the full translation of Hannah Arendt, On the Concept of Man: Max Horkheimer, The Philosophy of History: Walter Benjamin,
Art, Is It Fun? Theodore W. Adorno, On the Position of the Narrator in the Contemporary Novel: Theodore W. Adorno, The Motivations of Philosophy in the Twentieth Century: Jürgen Habermas, Motivations of Post-Metaphysical Thoughts: Jurgen Habermas, Religion in Public Sphere: Jürgen Habermas An Interview with Jürgen Habermas,
The Habermasian Dispute with Naturalism and Religion,
Objectification of Theodore W. Adorno's Philosophy: Axel Hunt, Sublimation of Marx's Legacy: Axel Honneth, The Process of Coming to Individuality: Axel Honneth and interpretations on the Translation of Two Previous Articles.
‘Knowledge and Individuality, Letters from German Philosophy of the 20th Century’ has been published in 316 pages and 700 copies.