The mind of Max Scheler the first comprehensive guide based on the complete works by Manfred S. Frings

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Published by Marquette University Press in Milwaukee, WI .

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  • Scheler, Max, 1874-1928.

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Includes bibliographical references (p. [299]-314) and indexes.

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StatementManfred S. Frings.
SeriesMarquette studies in philosophy ;, no. 13, Marquette studies in philosophy ;, #13.
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LC ClassificationsB3329.S484 F72 1997
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Pagination324 p. :
Number of Pages324
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Open LibraryOL659368M
ISBN 100874626137
LC Control Number97004682

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Although remembered for his phenomenological approach, he was strongly opposed to the philosophical method of the founder of phenomenology, Edmund Husserl (–).

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Max Scheler was born on August 22in an orthodox Jewish family. He was the most influential philosopher of his time, known mainly for his ideas on phenomenology. In his early years Scheler was not a very strong student, but did show early interest in philosophy. Scheler's described Ressentiment in his book by the same title as follows: " Ressentiment is a self-poisoning of the mind which has quite definite causes and consequences.

It is a lasting mental attitude, caused by the systematic repression of certain emotions and affects which, as such are normal components of human nature.

For Scheler’s appreciation, and criticism, of the Scottish school, please see each of my introductions to Max Scheler, The Nature of Sympathy (London: Transaction, ) and On the Eternal in Man (London: Transaction, ).

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But ressentiment, says Scheler, “is a self-poisoning of the mind,” a consequence of repressing otherwise natural but negative emotions, leading to “certain kinds of value delusions and corresponding value judgments.

The emotions primarily concerned are vengefulness, hatred, malice, envy, the impulse to detract, and spite.”.Max Scheler, born in Cologne in as the son of the German philosopher of the same name, frst studied art history and German studies in Munich, from he assisted Herbert List and accompanied him on many journeys through Italy, Spain and Greece.

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