Untersuchungen zur Theorie des unendlichen Urteils.  
  [SERIES]: Veröffentlichungen der Hermann Cohen-Stiftung bei der Akademie für die Wissenschaft des Judentums.  

Author Gordin, Jakob [Jacob]
Place of Publication Berlin
Publication Name Akademie-Verlag
Year 1929
Language(s) German
RARE comparative study of the dialectics of Hermann Cohen and Georg Friedrich Hegel with emphasis on the Jewish roots of Cohen`s thought. Jacob Gordin (1896-1947) was an eminent Russian-born religious philosopher who settled in Germany in 1923, becoming a member of the Akademie der Wissenschaft des Judenstums, and later emigrated to Paris, where he became the leading figure in the then nascent `Paris School of Jewish thought` which later included Emanuel Levinas, Andre Neher, and other prominent French Jewish thinkers. Contents: Erster Teil - Historisch-kritische Einleitung. / Zweiter Teil - Die `Qualität` des Urteils und die Denkgesetze der Identität und das Widerspruche. / Dritter Teil - Das Urteil des Ursprungs als das unendliche Urteil. Die Dialektik der transzendentalen Methode. / Anhang. 240x165mm. VI+168 pages. Black cloth Hardcover with gilt lettering on front cover and spine. Cover and spine stained. Cover corners and spine bottom edge slightly peeling. Spine upper edge peeling. Spine faded, gilt partly faded. Stamp on title page. Inner cover and whitepages yellowing. Pages slightly yellowing and slightly wavy. [SUMMARY]: This extremely rare philosophical treatise by an eminent 20th-century Jewish philosopher is in good condition.
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