Ludwig Noiré

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Ludwig Noiré (26 March 1829 – 27 March 1889) was German philosopher, known for his studies involving the philosophy of language. He was born in Alzey.

He received his education at the University of Giessen, and later relocated to Mainz, where he worked as a grammar school teacher.[1]

Works[edit]

  • Die Welt als Entwicklung des Geistes, 1874 – The world as a development of the spirit.
  • Grundlagen einer zeitgemäßen Philosophie, 1875 – Foundation of a modern philosophy.
  • Der monistische Gedanke. Eine Konkordanz der Philosophie Schopenhauers, Darwins, Robert Mayers und Lazarus Geigers, 1875 – The monistic idea. A concordance on the philosophy of Schopenhauer, Charles Darwin, Robert Mayer and Lazarus Geiger.
  • Die Doppelnatur der Kausalität, 1876 – The double nature of causality.
  • Einleitung und Begründung einer monistischen Erkenntnistheorie, 1877 – Introduction and creation of a monistic knowledge theory.
  • Aphorismen zur monistischen Philosophie, 1877 – Aphorisms on monistic philosophy.
  • Der Ursprung der Sprache, 1877 – The origin of language.
  • Das Werkzeug und seine Bedeutung für die Entwicklungsgeschichte der Menschheit, 1880 – The tool and its importance for the history of human development.
  • Die Lehre Kants und der Ursprung der Vernunft, 1882 – The doctrine of Kant and the origin of reason.
  • Logos, Ursprung und Wesen der Begriffe, 1885 (translated as The origin and philosophy of language, 1917)
  • Max Müller & the philosophy of language, (1879), London: Longmans, Green, & co.
  • A sketch of the development of philosophic thought from Thales to Kant (1900) originally an introduction to Max Müller's translation of Kant's Critique of Pure Reason (Macmillan, 1881)

Further reading[edit]

  • Bogdanov, A. (1922). Tektologiya: Vseobschaya Organizatsionnaya Nauka. Berlin and Petrograd-Moscow.
  • Cloeren, H.J. (1988). Language and Thought: German Approaches to Analytic Philosophy in the 18th and 19th centuries. Walter de Gruyter.
  • Müller, F.M. (1890). Three lectures on the science of language and its place in general education. Open Court Publishing Company.
  • Müller, F.M. (1887). The Science of Thought. New York: Schribner.
  • White, J. (1998). Sources and precursors of Bogdanov's tectology. (pp. 79–91). In John Biggart, Peter Dudley and Francis King (Eds.) Alexander Bogdanov and the Origin of Systems Thinking in Russia. Aldershot: Ashgate.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ludwig Noiré Shakespeare Album