6 edition of New England transcendentalism and St. Louis Hegelianism found in the catalog.
New England transcendentalism and St. Louis Hegelianism
Henry August Pochmann
|Statement||by Henry A. Pochmann.|
|LC Classifications||B905 .P6 1970|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||144|
|LC Control Number||68055163|
We badly lack studies of regional Transcendentalism, but see Henry A. Pochmann, New England Transcendentalism and St, Louis Hegelianism (Philadelphia, ); McKinsey, Western Experiment; Robert D. Habich, Transcendentalism andthe Western Messenger: A History ofthe Magazine andlts Contributors, i (Rutherford, N.J., ); and Mary. “The Interpretation of Channing,” New England Quarterly, 39 (): jnl: Sydney E. Ahlstrom “Introduction to the Torchbook Edition,” pp. ix-xxiii in Octavius Brooks Frothingham, Transcendentalism in New England, New York, article in book: Sydney E. Ahlstrom: The American Protestant Encounter with.
Prussian immigrant, educated at Brown and followed Frederick Hedge’s pursuit of German idealism. After moving to St. Louis he met William T. Harris and initiated the St. Louis Hegelian movement. Became Lieutenant Governor of Missouri in the s. Writings: A Mechanic’s Diary (). Baker, Jennifer J. “Emerson, Embryology, and Culture.” J The Journal of Nineteenth-Century Americanists [Baker grounds Emerson’s theories of genius and cultural advancement in contemporary evolutionary theory.] Berger, Jason. “Emerson’s Operative Mood: Religious Sentiment and Violence in the Early Works.”.
The former was represented by the Hegelians of the St. Louis school: the German Henry Brokmeyer and the New Englander William Harris, a pedagogue and politician, and the circle that they founded called the St. Louis Philosophical Society, which published an influential organ, The Journal of Speculative Philosophy. Their legitimism, or support. American Philosophy In The 18th & 19th Centuries Jonathan Edwards, the first great American philosopher, interpreted Calvinist theology within the newer framework of Newtonian physics and Lockean empiricism in his Freedom of the Will (), but was all but forgotten by the end of the 18th century, when political rather than theological issues held center stage.
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New England transcendentalism and St. Louis Hegelianism by Henry August Pochmann; 3 editions; First published in ; Subjects: History, Philosophy, Transcendentalism (New England); Places: Missouri, Saint Louis; People: Amos Bronson Alcott (), Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (), Henry Conrad Brokmeyer (), Ralph Waldo Emerson (), William Torrey Harris.
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New England Transcendentalism and St. Louis Hegelianism: Phases in the History of American Idealism By Henry A. Pochmann Carl Schurz Memorial Foundation, Read preview Overview Mary Moody Emerson and the Origins of Transcendentalism: A Family. Description: The New England Quarterly, founded inis best described by its subtitle, A Historical Review of New England Life and h major essays, memoranda and edited documents, reconsiderations (of scholarly editions, influential interpretive texts, and essays published in NEQ), essay reviews, and book reviews, NEQ authors help readers evaluate the history of civilization.
Harris and his colleagues in the St. Louis Movement wanted schools to show children how social restraints enhanced their freedoms. In this way, they created a definition of democracy that differed from that of the New England : Joseph Watras.
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Pochmann [and] Gay Wilson Allen. The first years or so of college education in the American Colonies were dominated in New England by the Puritan theology of William Ames and "the sixteenth-century logical methods of Petrus Ramus." Then ina donation of books from England, collected by Colonial Agent Jeremiah Dummer, arrived at Yale.
They contained what became known as "The New Learning", including "the works of. New England transcendentalism and St. Louis Hegelianism; phases in the history of American idealism. Philadelphia: Carl Schurz Memorial Foundation. Toews, John Edward.
Hegelianism: the path toward dialectical humanism, Cambridge [Eng.]: Cambridge University Press. ISBN ; External links. All links retrieved December.The rest of the chapters quickly address New England transcendentalism and classical pragmatism.
The book ends with two quick summaries of “recent” developments in American philosophy split between metaphysics, epistemology, and the philosophy of science; and a .) Hegel had particular relevance to the frontier, for a cluster of "American Hegelians" began to form at the gateway to the West: St.
Louis. Henry A. Pochman in his New England transcendentalism and St. Louis Hegelianism: places in the history of American idealism noted that there were a number of causes that helped create the Hegelian.