Wallhauser, John 2002 0-7734-7156-1 304 pages During 1804-05 and 1805-06, while teaching at the University of Halle, Friedrich Schleiermacher lectured twice on philosophical ethics. From the first lectures only his notes on the theory of virtue are extant. In 1805-1806, however, we have his own dense notes covering 98 hours of lectures. He planned to revise this (Brouillon zur ethik) for publication, a project which was never completed. But these Halle lectures reveal for the first time the details of his distinctive approach to ethics as a philosophy of culture. In these lectures he presents ethics as the critical examination of reason embodied in selves in community. This translation makes available in English the first systematic presentation of his ethics as an inclusive vision of cultural goods, virtues and duties.
Dinsmore, Patrick 2012 0-7734-3076-8 280 pages An English translation of Friedrich Schleiermacher’s work on Spinozian philosophy. His translations represent a hermeneutical approach to translations and reveal an interpretation based on an extremely close reading of the text. It alleviates some of the improper usages of terms in the previous translations of Spinoza.
Schleiermacher, Friedrich 2003 0-7734-6628-2 376 pages Volume contains fifteen extant sermons and four extant sermon outlines that span a period of 43 years, from 1791 to 1834. What marks these sermons as special is not only their timing and context but also their finding ways to anticipate a conjoining of more general (secular) and religious Christian actions and their corresponding points of view. The study also contains a brief review of To Cecilie, On What Gives Value to Life, the Soliloquies, and Christmas Eve: A Dialogue, works written within the time frame of the first five New Year Sermons. These works offer insight into Schleiermacher’s appreciation of human frailty, of moral development, and enhance the readings of the New Year sermons
Richardson, Herbert W. 1991 0-88946-358-1 140 pages Four essays on Schleiermacher and the University of Berlin: "Neohumanist-Idealistic Concepts of a University: Schelling, Steffens, Fichte, Schleiermacher, and von Humboldt" by Edwina Lawler, "Schleiermacher on the Scientific Study of Religion" by Terrence N. Tice, "Promises of Positive Plurality: How Comparative Religion Could Have Been Studied in Schleiermacher's University of Berlin" by Joseph W. Pickle, and "What Hath Vienna To Do With Jerusalem? - Musical Experience and Religious Experience" by Albert L. Blackwell.
Nicol, Iain G. 2004 0-7734-6464-6 275 pages These items are translated here for the first time, eight from German (by Nicol) and one from Latin (the 1817 "Oratio" by Terrence Tice). Together they represent Schleiermacher at his ecclesial best: as epoch-making interpreter of creeds and confessions, as engaging preacher to a worshipping community, as university scholar in service of the church (as he emphasizes the 16th century Reformers were), as official leader, as critically minded student of tradition, as sharp but loving debater on crucial issues, and as advocate of Christian community and church union.
Foley, Peter 2006 0-7734-5623-6 200 pages Awarded the Adele Mellen Prize for Distinguished Contribution to Scholarship Addresses the question of why Schleiermacher never completed the two final parts of his work, Essay on a Theory of Sociable Behavior, the first two parts of which were published in the 1799 January and February editions of Berlinisches Archiv der Zeit und ihres Geschmacks. The author’s argument is persuasive that it was never completed because Schleiermacher made the move from an understanding of sociability that was secular to a much fuller understanding of sociability as religious.
Richardson, Ruth Drucilla 1995 0-7734-8938-X 284 pages This is an interdisciplinary journal devoted to the scholarly exploration of the life and thought of Friedrich Schleiermacher, and to the discussions of 19th-century European religion and culture.
Phillips, Buran 2009 0-7734-4689-3 320 pages These 16 sermons, on the Book of Colossians preached by the theologian and pastor Friedrich Daniel Ernst Schleiermacher (1768-1834), made available here in English for the first time, provide an instructive insight into the thought and work of Schleiermacher, as the experiential elements of this particular book of the bible are central for understanding Schleiermacher’s explication of Christianity.
Krauss, Reinhard 1992 0-7734-9560-6 396 pages This work critically examines Karl Barth's use and criticism of the concept of religion with special reference to the 19th century Liberal approach which he seeks to overcome. The inquiry uncovers a hitherto unnoticed fundamental dependency of Barth on this Liberal background, and on Schleiermacher, its chief proponent. This dependency is able to explain Barth's perplexing and much discussed ambiguity towards the concept of religion. The study also investigates the potential for an alternative approach based on Barth's mature theology and finds an undercurrent in his thinking which proves to be a fruitful contribution in the current debate over a viable `theology of religions.'
Luft, Eric von der 1984 0-88946-352-2 544 pages A documentary study that presents: background on the debate between Hegel and Schleiermacher that parallels the writing of Hegel's preface to Hinrichs' work; the entire text of Hinrichs' "Religion in Its Internal Relationship to Systematic Knowledge"; plus appropriate introductions, annotations, a glossary, and a transcription of the German critical edition of Hegel's Hinrichs-Vorwort on which the new translation is based.
Beebe, Gayle D. 1999 0-7734-1977-2 208 pages Argues that religious communities and individual religious experiences are inextricably linked: that one cannot be had without the other. Of specific interest is the way in which religious communities provide the context within which religious experiences can be interpreted and understood. By utilizing the work of Schleiermacher and Royce, the primary role of the religious community in the interpretation of religious experience is demonstrated.
Nicol, Iain G. 1992 0-7734-9587-8 140 pages Consists of analysis and interpretation focuses on Schleiermacher's acute observations and insights on gender and their importance for contemporary feminism. It not only interprets the past with a view to establishing exemplary historical precedents for contemporary thought and praxis, it also aims to ask: How can my thinking and praxis change?
Sorrentino, Sergio 1992 0-7734-9168-6 160 pages A collection of essays on the philosophical dialogue Schleiermacher conducted with the tradition of philosophy, contributing to the complex cultural profile of the German philosopher and theologian. The essays contribute to the history of philosophy, especially concerning the classical age of German philosophy, and human sciences and philosophical hermeneutics.
Tice, Terrence N. 1997 0-7734-8486-8 194 pages The renowned preaching of Friedrich Schleiermacher, father of modern theology, is closely related to the development of his thought as a Christian. This volume presents a detailed chronological account (by date preached) of his nearly 600 sermons and sermon outlines published in German or translation up to 1996. English translations of the sermon titles are given along with their original titles. General, thematic, and biblical indexes are included. This volume is an essential tool for Schleiermacher studies.
Dierkes, Hans 2007 0-7734-5192-7 424 pages In two Parts, this celebratory volume offers a first-time account of Friedrich Schleiermacher’s contributions to the critical arts, and it advances scholarship on early German Romanticism. Half of the 445-page volume is in English, half in German.
Vance, Robert Lee 1994 0-7734-2862-3 220 pages In this study sin is portrayed as a determinate feature of human life, known in Schleiermacher's terms to be real precisely because it constitutes a full actualized "state" of self-consciousness, which can be distinctly located in the developmental course of life as a "stage", with states lying before and after it. Sin is just as signal a reality as is any other state of human life, because it is one "actual form" in which are conjointly actualized the potentiating elements of God- and world-consciousness.
Lawler, Edwina 2006 0-7734-5742-9 380 pages This book includes 16 essays that are reflective of Friedrich Schleiermacher’s contributions across a number of disciplines as well as the wide range of Schleiermacher scholarship today.
Richardson, Ruth Drucilla 1991 0-7734-9751-X 232 pages An historical overview of Schleiermacher's life covering major events, and with an emphasis on the role women played during the course of his life.
Richardson, Ruth Drucilla 2003 0-7734-8324-1 640 pages Contains essays by leading international Schleiermacher scholars and translators. The essays are grouped under the headings: Schleiermacher’s Biography; Early Works; Philosophy; Theology; Schleiermacher and Later Religious Thinkers and Theologians; Bibliography; and a final essay by Terrence Tice, “Replies and Next Tasks.” Updated bibliography.