Heidelberger Jahrbucher by Helmuth Kiesel
  

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Heidelberger Jahrbucher by Helmuth Kiesel

Band 40 beinhaltet u.a.: - Die Reformation - Spaltung oder Voraussetzung der Einheit der Kirche - Karl Jaspers Preis 1995, Laudatio auf J. Habermas - Karl Japsers Konzeption vom Kampf der Machte - Gedanken uber die Zukunft der Philosophie - Faktizitat und Uniformitat der Raum-Zeit: Whiteheads Philosophie der physikalischen Geometrie - Zur Erforschung des Ozonmolekuls - Der erste Kaiser von China und das Problem des Rezidivs in der Historiographie der VR China - Geld und Fiskalpolitik in der Europaischen Wahrungsunion - Gustav Radebruch - Leben und Lehre in Heidelberg - 100 Jahre Immanuel Kants Schrift ZUM EWIGEN FRIEDEN

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Format

Paperback
298 pages

Author

Helmuth Kiesel
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Publisher

Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. K an imprint of Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. KG

Publication date

21st November 1996

ISBN

9783540617334


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