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Many of the themes explored in this book can profitably be summed up under the heading of the primacy of the practical in the understanding of. April Pages – Friedrich Schleiermacher: Between Enlightenment and Romanticism – By Richard Crouter. Authors. Clive Marsh. Friedrich Schleiermacher’s groundbreaking work in theology and philosophy was forged in the cultural ferment of Berlin at the convergence of.

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I wish Crouter had written a biography of Schl. Reflecting the aesthetic orientations of the Athenaeum circle, his is not an ontological but a literary theory of interpretation — and, as such, it proves particularly fit to deal with the hermeneutic challenges posed by post-romantic, and perhaps even modernist, art and poetry.

Crouter has painted a richly detailed and subtle portrait of a Schleiermacher rarely seen in the anglophone world Although Schleiermacher’s work has had something of a renaissance within the Anglophone world — several important translations including Crouter’s own translation of On Religion have been published over the past years — there are few systematic studies of his intellectual contribution. Tim Clancy – – Philosophy in Review Signposts of a Public Theologian: Yet he also addresses questions of a more general, philosophical importance such as the hermeneutic rationale of Dilthey’s reading of Schleiermacher, the Hegel-Schleiermacher debate, Kierkegaard’s indebtedness to Schleiermacher, and Schleiermacher’s theory of language.


Abdallah Mostafa Fayed marked it as to-read Mar 06, Cambridge Studies in Religion and Critical Thought: Dedicated to the Protestant Church in the line of Calvin, Schleiermacher was equally a man of the university who brought the highest standards of rationality, linguistic sensitivity and a sense of history to bear upon religion.

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The Best Books of His many publications include the highly acclaimed Schleiermacher: You do not currently have access to this article. A Journal of Bible and Theology 61 2: David Blanar rated it liked it Aug 09, Shaping an academic discipline: Ian Packer added it Jul 28, The three sections of this book include illuminating sketches of Schleiermacher’s relationship to contemporaries, his work as a public theologian, as well as the formation and impact of his two most famous books, On Religion and The Christian Faith.

You could not be signed in. Richard Crouter examines Schleiermacher’s stance regarding the status of doctrine, Church and political authority, and the place of theology among the academic disciplines.


Hope Draped in Black: Each is thoroughly researched and densely noted; Crouter’s command of both the primary and secondary Schleiermacher literature is prodigious.

Ftiedrich has long harboured a wish to write a biography of Schleiermacher, and his knowledge of the factors that shaped his life and thought make this book a valuable guide to understanding him. How, then, does Richard Crouter situate himself within this landscape?

Again it seems to me that a critical rehearsal of Schleiermacher’s theory of language would fit in really well with the ambition to resituate his work in the space between enlightenment and romanticism — but that Crouter, from a philosophical point of view, does not redeem what he ad.

Revisiting Dilthey on Schleiermacher and biography; 2.

Yet the fact that the young Heidegger was indeed acquainted with Schleiermacher’s theological writings, and that this, as Theodore Kisiel has pointed out, did indeed leave some marks on his friedfich thinking, is not sufficient to warrant a parallel with regard to the hermeneutic problems that Crouter addresses.

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