Jacob Burckhardt. Griechische Kulturgeschichte Bd. 2. Leipzig: A. Kröner, Contains underlining, marginal lining and endpaper notes. Carl Jacob Christoph Burckhardt (May 25, – August 8, ) was a Swiss historian of art . “The Greeks and Greek Civilization” sums up the relevant lectures, “Griechische Kulturgeschichte”, which Burckhardt first gave in and which. Griechische Kulturgeschichte (German Edition) [Jacob Burckhardt, Johann Jakob Oerli] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a.

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Reflections on Ranke and Burckhardt. Burckhardt delivered a series of lectures at the University of Basel, which were published in by Pantheon Books Inc. No keywords specified fix it. Burckhardt’s historical writings did much to establish the importance of art in the study of history; indeed, he was one of the “founding fathers of art history” but also one of the original creators of cultural history. He also observed over a century ago that “the state incurs debts for politics, war, and other higher causes and ‘progress’ An Interpretation of History by Jacob Burckhardt.

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There are no discussion topics on this book yet. The Swiss polity in which he spent nearly all of his life was a good deal more democratic and stable than was the norm in 19th-century Europe. History of art Cultural history. He was a member of the patrician Burckhardt family. Carl Jacob Christoph Burckhardt was a historian of art and culture, and an influential figure in the historiography of each field. Trivia About Griechische Kultu The assumption is that the future will honor this relationship in perpetuity.


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. Inhe returned to Basel to assume the professorship he held until his retirement in Das Dekadenzproblem Bei Jakob Burckhardt.

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Preview — Griechische Kulturgeschichte, Vol. Open Preview See a Problem? There is a tension in Burckhardt’s persona between the wise kulturgeschifhte worldly student of the Kulthrgeschichte Renaissance and the cautious product of Swiss Calvinismwhich he had studied extensively for the ministry. Return to Book Page. Setup an account with your affiliations in order to access resources via your University’s proxy server Configure custom proxy use this if your affiliation does not provide a proxy.

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He spent the greater part of the years and in Italy, collecting material for his Der Cicerone: Der unbekannte Jacob Burckhardt. 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. Events amply fulfilled his prediction of a cataclysmic 20th century, in which violent demagogues whom he called “terrible simplifiers” would play central roles. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.


Books by Jacob Burckhardt. The work, “the finest travel guide that has ever been written” [5] which covered sculpture and architectureand painting, became an indispensable guide to the art traveller in Italy. As a Swiss, Burckhardt was also cool to German nationalism and to German claims of cultural and intellectual superiority.

In later years, Burckhardt found himself unimpressed by democracy, individualism, socialism and a great many other ideas fashionable during his lifetime.

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To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. He was also amply aware of the rapid political and economic changes taking place in the Europe of his day and commented in his lectures and writings on the Industrial Revolutionthe European political upheavals of his day, and the growing European nationalism and militarism. Jacob Burckhardt in Siegfried Giedion described Burckhardt’s achievement in the following terms: