Is the information for this product incomplete, wrong or inappropriate? Let us know about it. Does this product have an incorrect or missing image? Send us a new image. Is this product missing categories? Add more categories. Review This Product. Welcome to Loot. Without understanding the determinants of behavior, we are unlikely to be able to take control of our lives. The Nietzschean and the eliminativist both reject the anti-modernist critique.
We not only can live without foundations, we should. David Rosner's Conservatism and Crisis11 is a concise treatment of the problem of modernism, particularly as it is manifested in the German philosophy of the Weimar Period. The treatment, however, is a bit too concise.
What happens to a culture when it’s most basic assumptions are questioned and rejected, but no new ones are offered to replace them?. David J. Rosner's Conservatism and Crisis: The Anti-Modernist Perspective in Twentieth Century German Philosophy allows us to learn from the past how to.
Rosner could have done much more in the way of setting up the philosophical background. Kant's conceptualization of the modem as the trifurcation of reason and of its inherent limits began a dialogue that worked its way through Hegel, Nietzsche and Heidegger, and this discussion, which Rosner references, particularly the work of Robert Pippin1", should have been filled out. The logic of the conversation from Descartes to Nietzsche seemed to lead from the assertion of certain foundations, a questioning of all foundations and, inevitably, to a sense that there is a disconcerting groundlessness to reason, to all things ultimate.
It would have helped the argument if these moves would have been rehearsed in the book. This philosophical conversation is often linked to historical events that came to a head with the Weimar Period and its aftermath in horror, so it is important to get it on the table. On the other hand, the Weimar period was afflicted by much more than a philosophical problem.
It is to Rosner's credit that he notes that one might well give a rather more convincing economic argument for the events of that time, but Rosner, nevertheless, still holds to the tradition that there is a connection between the philosophical and political history of the time.
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