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  1. Selected Philosophical Essays (SPEP) by Max Scheler, 1992-08-17
  2. Ressentiment (Marquette Studies in Philosophy, Vol IV) by Max Scheler, Lewis B. Coser, et all 1994-12
  3. The Human Place in the Cosmos (Northwestern University Studies in Phenomenology & Existential Philosophy) by Max Scheler, 2008-12-11
  4. LifeTime. Max Scheler's Philosophy of Time: A First Inquiry and Presentation (Phaenomenologica) by M.S. Frings, 2010-11-02
  5. On Feeling, Knowing, and Valuing: Selected Writings (Heritage of Sociology Series) by Max Scheler, 1993-01-15
  6. The Nature of Sympathy (Library of Conservative Thought) by Max Scheler, 2009-12-31
  7. Max Scheler: The Man and His Work by John H. Nota, 1984-03
  8. Max Scheler's Acting Persons: New Perspectives (Value Inquiry Book Series 131) by Stephen Schneck, 2002-09-15
  9. On the Eternal in Man by Max Scheler, 2009-11-30
  10. Formalism in Ethics and Non-Formal Ethics of Values: A New Attempt Toward the Foundation of an Ethical Personalism by Max Scheler, 1973-07
  11. The Mind of Max Scheler: The First Comprehensive Guide Based on the Complete Works (Marquette Studies in Philosophy, 13) by Manfred S. Frings, 1997-03
  12. Max Scheler: A Concise Introduction into the World of a Great Thinker (Marquette Studies in Philosophy) by Manfred Frings, 1995-04
  13. De lo eterno en el hombre/ On the Eternal in Man (Spanish Edition) by Max Scheler, 2007-11-07
  14. Schelers Critique Of Kants Ethics: Continental Thought Series, V. 22 (Series In Continental Thought) by Philip Blosser, 1995-06-01

1. Max Scheler - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Max Scheler (August 22, 1874, Munich May 19, 1928, Frankfurt am Main) was a German philosopher known for his work in phenomenology, ethics,
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Max Scheler Name Max Scheler Birth August 22 Death May 19 School/tradition Phenomenology Main interests History of ideas Value theory Ethics Philosophical anthropology ... Religion Notable ideas value rankings, emotional intuition, value-based ethics, ressentiment Influenced by Blaise Pascal Franz Brentano Wilhelm Dilthey Rudolf Eucken ... Edmund Husserl Influenced Subsequent phenomenology Max Scheler August 22 Munich May 19 Frankfurt am Main ) was a German philosopher known for his work in phenomenology ethics , and philosophical anthropology Scheler developed further the philosophical method of the founder of phenomenology, Edmund Husserl , and was called by Jos© Ortega y Gasset "the first man of the philosophical paradise." In 1954 Karol Wojtyla, later Pope John Paul II , defended his doctoral thesis on "An Evaluation of the Possibility of Constructing a Christian Ethics on the Basis of the System of Max Scheler."
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German philosopher. He is remembered primarily for his contributions to phenomenology . His Formalism in Ethics and Non-Formal Ethics of Values Immanuel Kant . In Man's Place in the Universe (1928), he advanced a rather grandiose metaphysical doctrine with affinities to American pragmatism document.writeln(AAMB2); Images and Media: More on "Max Scheler" from Britannica Concise philosophical anthropology - Study of human nature conducted by the methods of philosophy. phenomenology - Philosophical discipline originated by Edmund Husserl. More on "Max Scheler" from the 32 Volume Scheler, Max - German social and ethical philosopher. Although remembered for his phenomenological approach, he was strongly opposed to the philosophical method of the founder of phenomenology, Edmund Husserl (1859-1938). Phenomenology - At the turn of the fourth quarter of the 20th century, it remained to be seen whether Phenomenology could make solid contributions to philosophical knowledge. To this end, it needed to develop rigorous standards, which had not always been observed by some of its most brilliant practitioners, such as Max Scheler, and which were likely to be violated in a philosophy the ultimate appeal of which had ... Nietzsche, Friedrich

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Scheler war Sohn eines Dom¤nenverwalters und einer streng j¼dischen Mutter, konvertierte jedoch 1899 zum Katholizismus . Er studierte Medizin Philosophie und Psychologie in M¼nchen und Berlin. In Berlin studierte er auŸerdem Soziologie, unter anderem bei Wilhelm Dilthey Carl Stumpf und Georg Simmel . In Jena lernte er dann den Neukantianismus mit den Bereichen Ethik und Erkenntnistheorie kennen und promovierte bei Rudolf Eucken 1897 mit dem Thema „Beitr¤ge zur Feststellung der Beziehungen zwischen den logischen und ethischen Beziehungen“ . Danach erfolgte 1899 auch dort die Habilitation ¼ber das Thema „Die transzendentale und die psychologische Methode“
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fenomenologia husserliana, ma a differenza di Husserl egli rivolge il suo interesse ai problemi morali. Pur non negando Kant intuizione esistenzialismo Die transzentale und psycologische Methode (1901; Il metodo trascendentale e il metodo psicologico), Vom Ewigen in Menschen (1921; Dell'eterno nell'uomo), Philosophische Weltanschauung (1928; Visione filosofica del mondo).
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    Max Scheler was born in Munich, Germany, August 22, 1874. His father was Lutheran, his mother orthodox Jewish. As an adolescent, he turned to Catholicism, likely because of its conception of love. Around 1921 he became increasingly non-committal. Scheler studied medicine in Munich and Berlin, philosophy and sociology under W. Dilthey and G. Simmel in 1895. He received his doctorate in 1897, and his associate professorship (habilitation-thesis) in 1899 at the University of Jena. His advisor was Rudolf Eucken, a 1908 Nobel Prize winner for Literature and a correspondent of William James. Throughout his life, Scheler entertained strong interest in the philosophy of American Pragmatism.

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Formalism in Ethics and Non-Formal Ethics of Value (1913) The Nature of Sympathy (1913) On the Eternal Man (1921) Biography Max Scheler was not a typical academic philosopher in that he did not strive to create a single, coherent, unified system of philosophy. Instead, he ranged over a wide area, developing ideas here and there without any overarching unity to them. Nevertheless, he was highly regarded by his peers for the quality of his ideas and Martin Heidegger, upon Scheler's death, remarked that he was the most important force in philosophy at the time. Scheler is generally considered a phenomenologist, having applied phenomenological insights to topics like religion and ethics. Some of Scheler's ideas include the concept of the individual person not as an object or thing, but rather as a "doer" - that which takes action and engages life and that while the existence of God cannot be proven, perhaps personal intuition can allow a person to realize that God exists. Also Known As: none Alternate Spellings: none Common Misspellings: none Related Resources: Biographies of Philosophers This index of biographical index of famous philosophers throughout history includes many others who have contributed to our understanding of human nature and life - including sociologists, psychologists, scientists, and more.

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    Scheler, Max u r) [ key Husserl . From 1910 he concentrated on writing, but he returned to university teaching at Cologne and Frankfurt after World War I. Scheler was concerned with the permanent values in human personality and human action; this concern brought him to important work in phenomenology , which spread beyond Germany, chiefly through his influence. In his early thought, for which he is best known, Scheler taught that love is the great principle of human association, and he regarded God as the source of all love. His most basic work is

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