- SCHELER, Max
- (1874-1928)German PHENOMENOLOGIST and philosopher who CONVERTED to ROMAN CATHOLICISM. His work stressed the spiritual NATURE of REALITY and strongly influenced both CONZE and STOKER. His major book is On the Eternal in Man (1921).
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Scheler, Max — born Aug. 22, 1874, Munich, Ger. died May 19, 1928, Frankfurt am Main German philosopher. He is remembered primarily for his contributions to phenomenology. His Formalism in Ethics and Non Formal Ethics of Values (1913–16) contains a detailed… … Universalium
Scheler, Max — (1874 1928) philosopher; a brilliant phenomenologist, deemed the equal of Edmund Husserl* and Martin Heidegger* by contempo raries. He was born in Munich. His mother was Jewish, while his father, who had managed the estates of the Duke of Saxe … Historical dictionary of Weimar Republik
Scheler, Max — (1874 1928) Director of the Institute for Social Scientific Research and Professor of Philosophy at the University of Cologne from 1919, Scheler was important in the development of phenomenology , the sociology of knowledge, and the sociology of… … Dictionary of sociology
Scheler, Max — ► (1874 1928) Filósofo alemán. Su filosofía representa una aplicación de la fenomenología de Husserl a la antropología filosófica y a la moral. En el aspecto antropológico revaloriza el concepto integral del hombre, minimizado por la ciencia y la … Enciclopedia Universal
SCHELER, MAX FERDINAND° — (1874–1928), German philosopher and sociologist. Scheler was born in Munich. His father came from an upper middle class Protestant family and his mother from an Orthodox Jewish family that had lived in Franconia for centuries. Scheler himself… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
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Max Scheler — Full name Max Scheler Born August 22, 1874(1874 08 22) Died May 19, 1928(1928 05 19) (aged 53) … Wikipedia
Max Scheler — (* 22. August 1874 in München; † 19. Mai 1928 in Frankfurt am Main) war ein deutscher Philosoph und Soziologe. Inhaltsverzeichnis … Deutsch Wikipedia
Max Scheler's Concept of Ressentiment — Max Scheler (1874 1928) Max Scheler (1874–1928) was both the most respected and neglected of the major early 20th century German Continental philosophers in the phenomenological tradition. His observations and insights concerning a special… … Wikipedia
Scheler — Max Scheler Max Scheler Naissance 22 août 1874 Munich Décès 19 mai … Wikipédia en Français