The Dice-Playing God: Reflections on Life in a Post-Modern Age

By: Werner Krieglstein

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Crisp, clean. No dustjacket, as issued. ~ In this book, the author shows how Hegelian dialectic as developed by the philosophers of the Frankfurt School offers a tool for the comprehension of a contradictory world and a creative way to see this world as whole again. Contents: The Place of Aesthetics in Society; The Meaning of Meaning; Dialectics-Thinking the Thoughts of the Dice-Playing God; The Search for Truth; On Aesthetic Immediacy; Acting as Creation of Meaning; The Birth of Aestheticism; On Authority; Healing the Fracture; From Communicative Action to Dialectical Communication; Mimesis and Redemption; Community Creation and Art; From Technical Rationality to Dialectical Wholeness; Toward a Materialist Spirituality. ~ 264 pages

Title: The Dice-Playing God: Reflections on Life in a Post-Modern Age

Author(s): Werner Krieglstein

Categories: Philosophy,

Publisher: University Press of America: 1991

ISBN: 0819180912

ISBN 13: 9780819180919

Format: Paperback

Condition grade: Fine with no dust jacket

Weight: 1.15 lbs

Wayne's Books ID: RLHB01krie0912