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Anton F. von, German otologist, 1829-1890. See: Tröltsch corpuscles, Tröltsch pockets, Tröltsch recesses.
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The philosopher and social historian Ernst Troeltsch has introduced the distinction between "early" and "modern" Protestantism.
Despite these relatively minor problems, interested scholars will greatly appreciate this volume, as it provides a more accurate and much fuller picture of Ernst Troeltsch than we have had previously.
O trajeto pelo percurso da cientifizacao da historia se encerra, enfim, com Ernst Troeltsch.
115) Brief notes outline the limitations of Ernst Troeltsch, Adolf von Harnack, and Wilhelm Dilthey's interpretations of Augustine, with the following statement typifying the compression in the text: "Dilthey says that what Augustine wished to accomplish was accomplished first by Kant and by Schleiermacher.
From Cyprian of Carthage to Wendell Berry of Kentucky, from Ernst Troeltsch to Miroslav Volf, Sider summons interlocutors into the conversation, carefully presenting and comparing their views with those of Yoder on concepts of history, salvation, praise, hope, patience, and love.
Echeverria's third chapter on ecclesiology sets up a trialogue between Dooyeweerd, Guardini, and Ernst Troeltsch concerning the adequacy of Troeltsch's well-known categorization of denominations into either the "Church-type" or the "Sect-type.
Above all, the work of late-nineteenth- and early-twentieth-century authors, such as Max Weber and Ernst Troeltsch, loomed large, providing Little and others with inspiration, vocabulary, and models for scholarly work.
Absorbing much from Alfred's sociology of culture and civilization, Mannheim undertook to learn as much as possible of Max Weber's work--in this period he had plans to write a book on the leading Wilhelmine figures: Ernst Troeltsch, Max Scheler, and Max Weber.
In similar terms to the theorists of the 'linguistic turn', writers on history in the Weimar Republic rejected the assumption that scholarly writing can fully or accurately recreate the past, emphasizing instead the subjective role of the historical author: 'Alle Historie ist Auslese and Umformung eines ungeheuren Materials, das seinerseits aus einer unendlich breit and tief stromenden Masse bewegten Lebens hervorragt oder herausgezogen werden kann', wrote Ernst Troeltsch ('Die Krisis des Historismus', Die neue Rundschau, 23 (1922), 572-90 (p.
Witte's comments about historical study as the search for God's eternal wisdom are equally, if not more, reminiscent of Ernst Troeltsch, however.
Es decir, no se trata para el filosofo aleman de dar cuenta de la amplia recepcion que ha tenido el santo a lo largo de la historia de occidente, con la cual esta profundamente familiarizado, sino cenirse a las lecturas hechas por Ernst Troeltsch, Adolf von Harnack y Wilhelm Dilthey.
While the usefulness of that typology, derived from Ernst Troeltsch, is debated, Dipple deftly sketches its continued relevance and analyzes the views of Schwenckfeld and Sebastian Franck.