7 edition of Goethe"s Way of Science found in the catalog.
by State University of New York Press
Written in English
|Contributions||David Seamon (Editor), Arthur Zajonc (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||324|
The book Goethe's Way of Science (Suny Series, Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology) has a lot associated with on it. So when you make sure to read this book you can get a lot of gain. The book was compiled by the very famous author. This articles author makes some research prior to write this book. Whereas most readers are familiar with Goethe as a poet and dramatist, few are familiar with his scientific work. In this brilliant book, Henri Bortoft (who began his studies of Goethean science with J. G. Bennett and David Bohm) introduces the fascinating scientific theories of Goethe. He succeeds in showing that Goethe's way of doing science was not a poet's folly but a genuine alternative.
Two contrasting interpretations are sketched, i. e., those of "Humboldtian science" and "Goethe's way of science", both of which sought more direct observation and study of nature than those which had become conventional in the contrasting eighteenth century approaches of Encyclopédisme and Naturphilosophie. Rudolf Steiner went to Weimar to edit the scientific writings of Goethe for the Kürschner edition of the “German National Literature.” Along with sorting and arranging Goethe's works, Steiner wrote introductions and commentaries that have been collected and published in English translation under the titles, Goethe the Scientist, Goethean Science or Nature's Open Secret.
Modern science tends to break objects down in a purely analytical way; by contrast - Goethe was interested in the whole of a phenomenon - and in particular the relationship between the object and the observer. In this illuminating study - Henri Bortoft examines the phenomenological and cultural roots of Goethes approach to science. Perhaps most important, they paved the way for a new aesthetic of visual representations of scientific concepts and phenomena, soon reflected in visionary works like Popular Science founder Edward Livingston Youmans’s diagrams of how chemistry works and the eccentric Victorian mathematician Oliver Byrne’s graphic interpretation of.
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Goethe's way of science is highly unusual because it seeks to draw together the intuitive awareness of art with the rigorous observation and thinking of science.
Written by major scholars and practitioners of Goethean science today, this book considers the philosophical foundations of Goethe's approach and applies the method to the real world /5(3). The approach of modern science is largely detached, intellectual and analytical, and it is increasingly recognized that many of our contemporary problems stem from the resulting divorce from nature.
By contrast, Goethe's way of science pursued understanding through the experience of the 'authentic wholeness' of what was observed/5(19). "Goethe's Way of Science is a readable, highly original contribution to the study of environment.
While challenging common paradigms of positivist, scientific methodology, the book does so unpretentiously, carefully and with much rigor. The range of examples provided by the authors is particularly illumining of the Goethean phenomenology of nature.
“Goethe’s Way of Science is a readable, highly original contribution to the study of environment. While challenging common paradigms of positivist, scientific methodology, the book does so unpretentiously, carefully and with much : Though best known for his superlative poetry and plays, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe () also produced a sizable body of scientific work that focused on such diverse topics as plants, color, clouds, weather, and geology.
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In this article, I argue that Goethe's way of science, understood as a phenomenology of nature, might be one valuable means for fostering a deeper sense of responsibility and care for the natural. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
In this brilliant book, Henri Bortoft (who began his studies of Goethean science with J. Bennett and David Bohm) introduces the fascinating scientific theories of Goethe. He succeeds in showing that Goethe’s way of doing science was not a poet’s folly but a genuine alternative to /5(66).
'Henri Bortoft is one of the world's foremost experts on Goethean science.'David Lorimer, Scientific & Medical Network'This is a gem of a book. Bortoft has made Goethe's thinking available in a. VI Goethe's Way of Knowledge. In JuneJohann Gottlieb Fichte sent the first sections of his Theory of Science [ 45 ] to Goethe.
The latter wrote back to the philosopher on June “As far as I am concerned, I will owe you the greatest thanks if you finally reconcile me with the philosophers, with whom I can never do without and with whom I have never been able to unite myself.”. A timely book describing the way of science practised by Goethe and still continued today through the talents of Bockemuehl, Schad and others.
Thankfully Goethe's "way" has not died the seemingly natural death expected after the assault of scientific positivism/reductionism/mechanism which has been the mainstream approach associated with /5(3).
Goethean science concerns the natural philosophy (German Naturphilosophie "philosophy of nature") of German writer Johann Wolfgang von gh primarily known as a literary figure, Goethe did research in morphology, anatomy, and also developed a phenomenological approach to natural history, an alternative to Enlightenment natural science, which is still debated today among.
Book Extract: The Wholeness of Nature: Goethe’s Way Towards a Science of Conscious Participation in Nature. by H. Bortoft The author is a physicist and philosopher of science. In this work he explores Goethe's embodied science and investigates the philosophical development of Empiricism.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(18). Goethe's way of science is highly unusual because it seeks to draw together the intuitive awareness of art with the rigorous observation and thinking of science.
Written by major scholars and practitioners of Goethean science today, this book considers the philosophical foundations of Goethe's approach and applies the method to the real world.
The Wholeness of Nature: Goethe's way toward a science of conscious participation in nature, Lindisfarne Press,ISBN Goethe's Scientific Consciousness, Octagon press,ISBN Note that Goethe's Scientific Consciousness is reused as part II of the book The Wholeness of Nature.
“When the sound and wholesome nature of man acts as an entirety, when he feels himself in the world as in a grand, beautiful, worthy and worthwhile whole, when this harmonious comfort affords him a pure, untrammeled delight: then the universe, if it could be sensible of itself, would shout for joy at having attained its goal and wonder at the pinnacle of its own essence and evolution.
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poetic. Although Johann Wolfgang von Goethe is best know as a towering literary figure he was also a scientific genius. His method of doing science was in some ways diametrically opposed to the methods of many of the other great scientists of the Enlightenment era.
The dominant mode of science that was developed during the 16 th and 17 th centuries was a method of objectification. Goethe's way of science is highly unusual because it seeks to draw together the intuitive awareness of art with the rigorous observation and thinking of science.
Written by major scholars and practitioners of Goethean science today, this book considers the philosophical foundations of Goethe's approach and applies the method to the real world Pages:. At the Life Science Trust in Pishwanton, Scotland, Margaret (). Rudolf Steiner, the founder of the movement of anthroposophy and initiator of a popular alternative education system, was deeply influenced by Goethe and so was Carl Gustav Jung.
Steiner wrote in his book on Goethean Science: “Goethe’s world-historic significance lies, indeed, precisely in the fact that his art flows Author: Daniel Christian Wahl.Goethean science is an approach to knowing the world, that serves as an intuitive or "right brain" (so to speak) complement to the traditional rationalistic "left brain" science.
As the name suggests, it was founded by the German poet Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (), who was in turn influenced by earlier philosophers like Spinoza and.II How Goethe's Theory of Metamorphosis Arose. If one traces the history of how Goethe's thoughts about the development of organisms arose, one can all too easily be come doubtful about the part one must ascribe to the early years of the poet, i.e., to the time before he went to Weimar.