publication . Article . 1989

The Vienna Roundabout: On the significance of philosophical reaction

Herbert Hrachovec;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 1989
  • Country: Austria
Abstract
There are three sentimental centres of 20th-century philosophical geography: Todtnauberg, Frankfurt and Vienna. Their exceptional status results not only from having given rise to decisive philosophical movements but also from the weight of stories about victimization and exile lacking with regard to Paris, Berkeley and Cambridge. Each of these centres is compromised in its own way: the Schwarzwald cottage from which Heidegger emerged to take over the Rektorat of Freiburg University and to which he returned after this disastrous intermezzo, the "Institut fur Sozialforschung" which on its part returned to claim moral authority at a location that increasingly turn...
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free text keywords: Logik, analytische Philosophie, Institut für Philosophie, Wien, g) 20.Jahrhundert, Philosophy, Orthodoxy, media_common.quotation_subject, media_common, Philosophy of science, Epistemology, Realm, Moral authority, Vienna Circle, Cultural hegemony, Sociology, Analytic philosophy, Philosophy of technology
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publication . Article . 1989

The Vienna Roundabout: On the significance of philosophical reaction

Herbert Hrachovec;