Theology

Cornelia Richter

Die Religion in der Sprache der Kultur

Schleiermacher und Cassirer – Kulturphilosophische Symmetrien und Divergenzen

[Religion in the Language of Culture. Schleiermacher and Cassirer – Symmetries and Differences in Cultural Philosophy.]

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Religion in cultural philosophy is a subject often connected with the names of Friedrich Schleiermacher and Ernst Cassirer. However up to now no attempt has been made to read them together. Cornelia Richter analyzes their common background in transcendental philosophy and presents the systematic symmetries and differences between their cultural philosophies, focusing on the status and function of religion. She deals in particular with Schleiermacher's Dialectics and Ethics and Cassirer's Philosophy of Symbolic Forms.
Religion in cultural philosophy is a subject often connected with the names of Friedrich Schleiermacher and Ernst Cassirer. However up to now no attempt has been made to read them together. Cornelia Richter analyzes their common background in transcendental philosophy and presents the systematic symmetries and differences between their cultural philosophies, focusing on the status and function of religion. She deals in particular with Schleiermacher's Dialectics and Ethics and Cassirer's Philosophy of Symbolic Forms.
Authors/Editors

Cornelia Richter Geboren 1970; Studium der evangelischen Theologie in Wien und München; 2002 Promotion; Assistant Research Professor am Center for Subjektivitetsforskning in Kopenhagen.

Reviews

The following reviews are known:

In: Museo-on.com — Www.muso-on.com (Ulrike-Ch. Lintz)
In: Materialdienst Konfessionskundl. lnst. Bensheim — Jg.55 (2004), H.5, S.103f (Pl)
In: Filosofia e Teologia — 21 (2007), S. 649–652 (Angelo Maria Vitale)
In: Nederlands Theologisch Tijdschrift — Jg.59 (2005), H.2, S.172f (H.J. Adriaanse)
In: Theologische Literaturzeitung — Jg.131 (2006), H.5, S.553ff (Andreas Kubik)
In: Tijdschrift voor Theologie — Jg.44 (2004), H.3, S.297f