(epub / Pdf) Die Kultur der Renaissance in Italien ein Versuch by Jacob Burckhardt


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  • Die Kultur der Renaissance in Italien ein Versuch
  • Jacob Burckhardt
  • English
  • 20 January 2018
  • 9780060904609

10 thoughts on “Die Kultur der Renaissance in Italien ein Versuch

  1. says:

    How could I express the sheer pleasure I have had in reading this book? It is not easy to find historians or writers of Burckhardt’s calibre Published in 1860 this icon of a book deserves its place as a model of historiography of the highest uality Not many have served as a double linchpin Burckhardt took up Michelet’s term of

  2. says:

    “Thus what the word Renaissan

  3. says:

    This is THE reference book about the Renaissance in terms of the view held up to Panofsky and 20c art criticism by the ven

  4. says:

    This work bears the title of an essay in the strictest sense of the word I did not know what I was getting into when I opened this book I assumed that it was simply a narrative history of the Renaissance and thus I figured it would be mostly review But there is no narrative to be found in these pages Rather Bur

  5. says:

    A masterpiece One has to be sure of course to find a copy that includes the photographic plates which are essen

  6. says:

    Well I guess that's what old history is like Burckhardt piles up his anecdotes and true to his word gives you his own picture of the Italian Renaissance Don't go looking for a narrative of events or precise information It's all allusion and generalities That's not necessarily a bad thing but I think I would've had a bett

  7. says:

    The civilization that Buckhardt describes in this book is one that slowly leaves the middle ages style of government in fiefdoms and burghs and centralizes it's power under a bureaucratic authority According to him this made possibl

  8. says:

    Burkhardt's famous work on the Renaissance may seem difficult to read by modern sensibilities but it truly started something very n

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    I gave this almost 100 pages but I can't any There is one thing I take away from at least from as much as I have writtenman is awful The greed the desire for power the murder even of family members It hasn't changed Man hasn't changed one bit I can't read it any

  10. says:

    'Ah the old war horse' an English professor of mine said when I told him I was going through this book years ago in college I have to say its no

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Die Kultur der Renaissance in Italien ein Versuch

Historischen Deutschland dem deutschen Sprachraum Mitteleuropas mit seinen vielfltigen westgermanischen und schlielich deutschen Mundarten → Dialektkontinuum sowie seiner Kunst und Kulturgeschichte deren Ursprnge bis in die Trkische Kultur | Das gilt es zu beachten Kultur und Werte Insbesondere die hohe Machtdistanz kann als ein zentraler Aspekt der trkischen Kultur angesehen werden Anhand des Modells der fnf Kulturdimensionen nach Hofstede und statistischer Daten werden weitere wichtige kulturelle Besonderheiten der Trkei erkennbar Sachbuchbestenliste Oktober Der Nutzen der So funktioniert die Abstimmung Jedes Jurymitglied vergibt an vier Sachbcher je einmal und Punkte Die Jury der Sachbuch Bestenliste Ren Aguigah Deutschlandfunk Kultur Peter Die anderen in den Blick nehmen die Idee der Die Achava Festspiele sind zwar ein Festival mit jdischem Ursprung aber dennoch interkulturell und interreligis In diesem Jahr werden wegen der Corona Pandemie beispielsweise Zeitzeugen. I gave this almost 100 pages but I can t any There is one thing I take away from at least from as much as I have writtenman is awful The greed the desire for power the murder even of family members It hasn t changed Man hasn t changed one bit I can t read it any

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Die Kultur der Kritik Kevin MacDonald Free Die Kultur der Kritik Kevin MacDonald As der Schwerter evolutionre Analyse Collection opensource Language German Eine evolutionre Analyse der jdischen Beteiligung an intellektuellen und politischen Bewegungen des zwanzigsten Jahrhunderts Von Prof Kevin MacDonald bersetzt von Deep Roots und libergraphiX Verlag Das Original The Culture of Critiue erschien bei Praeger DIE KULTUR DER BAULE Livres artprimitif Sous titre Fotodokumentation an der Elfenbeinkste Auteurs HIMMELHEBER H LIPPMANN M FISCHER E Type d'ouvrage Ouvrage gnraliste ou thmatiue diteur Museum Rietberg Zrich Reli cartonnage d'diteur illustr en couleur dimensions x cm ISBN Contenu p photos nb biblio Informations complmentaires Texte en Bordeaux berwachte Fans Freiheit Fankurve Die Die Kultur der Stadt von Walter Siebel Suhrkamp Die Kultur der Stadt In seiner historisch und theoretisch umfassenden Monographie entwirft Siebel ein detailliertes Bild der Kultur der Stadt zeich. How could I express the sheer pleasure I have had in reading this book It is not easy to find historians or writers of Burckhardt s calibre Published in 1860 this icon of a book deserves its place as a model of historiography of the highest uality Not many have served as a double linchpin Burckhardt took up Michelet s term of Renaissance and provided an exhaustive and brilliant analysis of what the term embodied in the Italy of the 13th 16th Centuries That was the specific contribution But in this study Burckhardt also created a new field of inuiry With him cultural history was bornI have read it in translation but the text is pure delectation nonetheless Burckhardt is in no hurry to express what he has to say because there is such assuredness in his ideas Neither is there unwonted prolixity because his language is not elaborate than his knowledge His smooth prose keeps the same elegant pace as befits the dignity of his thought For his erudition flows as clearly as limpid water For example he knows Dante as well as if he were his brother but his reading has not stopped at the notorious founding fathers of the Renaissance and feels as familiar with a Matteo Villani Aeneas Sylvius Niccol de Niccoli Giacomo Piccinino to name just very few His mastery results from his deep familiarity with a very wide collection of primary sources He has read them all And a similar acuaintanceship is demonstrated in other fields whether these are painting music politics ecclesiastical matters sociological military etc His overall thesis is clear during this time and place the Individual was invented and shaped in all its dimensions so that it could stand well on its feet and in all fields And his thesis is then amply soundly thoroughly and methodically elaborated and demonstratedIn his articulation of the historical understanding of culture he starts with the standard politics Italy certainly offers him a wide array of possible systems from large to smaller despotisms and its critics and to its alternatives the acclaimed Republics But in all of these systems he has detected the disappearance of Feudalism which was however sustained for a while longer in the other European countries For him then the political systems of Italy are works of artIn tracing the development of the Individual he does not stop short at the creation of new Personalities we now have the names for the craftsmen but also looks at its other less glorious conseuence the ridicule and humour of that which has been particularized His elaboration of the Renewal of Antiuity is brilliant It involved than exploring the ruins and resuscitating forgotten writers and translating new ones but also its new forms of teaching and the eventual stagnation of creativity Stale imitation could easily become formulaic until it would bring about its own demise and loss of prestigeThis was the period in which frontiers were broken Burckhardt embarks on following those discoveries as the Italians set out in their travels in their examination of their natural surroundings whether this was for aesthetic discoveries seeing for the first time that landscapes could be beautiful as Petrarch demonstrated or for the revelation of scientific principles With the individual as the basic unit the writing of biographies took a new impetus and emphasis in this land and this time Benvenuto Cellini s Autobiography is as exuisite as his jewelsBurckhardt s emphasis on the individual does not mean that he forgets that this new kind of creature is a social one He then proceeds with an exhaustive review of how this society structured itself how its members communicated with each other whether through language or other means how it projected itself in dressing or in theatrics how and in what it sought entertainment solace or merriment in sum how it livedAs the son of a Calvinist priest Burckhardt would have to leave for the end and conclusion how this new Individual emerging after a long theocratical period reconciled his existence with the realm of eternity with immortality The last section is devoted to organized Religion and other beliefs as well as to the slippery uestion of moralsFor us this book remains a rich lesson For what Burckhardt can still teach us about the Renaissance and for the ingenious approach As a historian he would not have denied that he was also part of his times place and society If at the beginning of the reading some of his prejudices may cause a reader of today s society shift somewhat uncomfortably in hisher seat when some nations or cultures were perceived by him as part of that awkward Other eventually his beautiful speech lulls our minds and we can follow his tune and eliminate without much ado some sporadic discordances

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Net ihre ambivalenten Entwicklungen nach und begrndet daraus die Renaissance der Stadt und ihre kulturell Kultur | DDR | Zeitklicks Kunst und Kultur Kultur und Kunst standen in der DDR ganz im Zeichen der Politik Die Kunst sollte den Sozialismus frdern und sich vom Westen abgrenzen Literatur Auch die Literatur sollte den Sozialismus frdern Der Bitterfelder Weg sollte die Arbeiterklasse ans literarische Schaffen heranfhren Theater Im Dienst der Politik stand auch das Theater Es genoss in der DDR ein hohes Ansehen Die Macht der Kultur Interview mit Hartmut Nicht nur der einzelne Mensch hat ein Immunsystem Auch eine Gesellschaft besitzt eine Art gemeinschaftliche Resilienz ein kollektives Immunsystem Wie dieses uns helfen kann die Krise zu bewltigen und welche wichtige Rolle Diskurse und Kultur Kultur Deutschlands – Wikipedia Die Kultur Deutschlands kann sich auf die Kultur der heutigen Bundesrepublik Deutschland beziehen oder auf die Kultur der deutschsprachigen Menschen im. This work bears the title of an essay in the strictest sense of the word I did not know what I was getting into when I opened this book I assumed that it was simply a narrative history of the Renaissance and thus I figured it would be mostly review But there is no narrative to be found in these pages Rather Burckhardt gives us the pioneering work of cultural history changing both our picture of the Renaissance and our ideas about how to write history A comparison with Gibbon is instructive While Gibbon arranged all of his material into chronological order searching for causes and effects in the ceaseless stream of history hoping to finally solve that mystery of the ages namely why did Rome fall Burckhardt is almost entirely unconcerned with causesHis book is not an attempt to explain the Italian Renaissance but to describe it Thus he takes the approach of an anthropologist studying a people hoping to understand a foreign culture He describes the political structure the social hierarchy the forms of education the attitude towards the environment the role of women the religious rituals the common superstitions and much In the process many events and people are portrayed but only as illustrations of attitudes ideals mentalities What emerges is a picture of the Renaissance Mind Burckhardt s book is far from perfect For one he wrote it for fellow scholars not anticipating his book s popularity thus he presupposes uite a thorough knowledge of Renaissance history constantly making references without explanations What is his approach of anthropological history rests on the presupposition which he tries to justify that the culture of the Italian Renaissance was uniform and constant enough in the centuries between Dante and Michelangelo that scant attention need be paid to chronology And in the attempt to sharply delineate the Italian Renaissance from both the medieval period and the rest of Europe Burckhardt makes some dubious generalizations especially about the Spanish whom Burckhardt did not like Besides all this it is somewhat unsatisfying to have a history book that is so unconcerned with historical causation At the very least a modern treatment of the Renaissance wouldn t so totally neglect economics as Burckhardt does These faults notwithstanding this book is a true classic of history Burckhardt is so engrossed in the material with such a deep knowledge of all the thinkers and writers with all the pertinent facts at his fingertips that you cannot but feel awed by the performance He is also such a stately writer Even in translation his prose is elegant managing to preserve the intimacy of an essay within the strictures of a historical treatise This stateliness also describes his turn of mind Burckhardt manages to be both brief and leisurely in his exposition never rushing never too eager to prove his point and yet tackling complex topics in just a few pages Whether he was right or not whether this is an accurate picture of the Italian Renaissance I cannot say but it is a brilliant and important work of scholarship an impressive and inspiring feat


About the Author: Jacob Burckhardt

Carl Jacob Christoph Burckhardt was a historian of art and culture and an influential figure in the historiography of each field He is known as one of the major progenitors of cultural history albeit in a form very different from how cultural history is conceived and studied in academia today Siegfried Giedion described Burckhardt's achievement in the following terms The great discoverer of