Other faculty members also had substance, including Hans-Georg Gadamer and the theologian Rudolf Bultmann.
In his memoirs, Hans-Georg Gadamer calls Natorp, his doctoral supervisor, a “Methodenfanatiker” (Gadamer 1977: 62).
Hans-Georg Kräusslich, the head of virology at University Hospital in Heidelberg, one of Germany’s leading research hospitals.
He found the best position for Hans-Georg Schwarzenbeck by turning a left-back into one of the best centre-backs in the world, with Franz Beckenbauer maturing alongside him.
Thus in the context of the Laozi, Hans-Georg Moeller (2007) translates the two terms as “presence” and “non-presence”, Roger T.
Lewis Edwin Hahn’s The Philosophy of Hans-Georg Gadamer, Chicago, Open Court, 1993 has a “Selected Gadamer Bibliography” with five sections.
Although less well known among anglophone philosophers than his contemporary Hans-Georg Gadamer, Adorno had even greater influence on scholars and intellectuals in postwar Germany.
Aho’s work also engages existentialism; his edited volume, Existential Medicine: Essays on Health and Illness, presents philosophical work on these topics influenced by Martin Heidegger, Maurice Merleau-Ponty, Jean-Paul Sartre, and Hans-Georg Gadamer (2018).
Influenced by the 20th-century German philosophers Martin Heidegger and Hans-Georg Gadamer, Taylor took a hermeneutical approach to the study of society, insisting that the meanings that humans give to their actions must be taken into acount by the social sciences.
“When I have an early diagnosis and can treat patients early—for example put them on a ventilator before they deteriorate—the chance of survival is much higher,” the professor Hans-Georg Kräusslich, the head of virology at University Hospital in Heidelberg, told the Times.
Examples of each are Leo Chang’s The Philosophical Foundations of Han Fei’s Political Theory (1986); Daoism Explained, by Hans-Georg Moeller (2011); Heaven, Earth and Man in the Book of Changes, by Hellmut Wilhelm (1977); and Ironies of Oneness and Difference: Coherence in Early Chinese Thought by Brook Ziporyn (2013).
A similar process of partial appropriation has been characteristic also of the philosophers who paid serious attention to Humboldt’s views, such as Ernst Cassirer (1923–29), Martin Heidegger (1927, 1959), and more recently Bruno Liebrucks (1965), Hans-Georg Gadamer (1960, 1965, 1972), and Jürgen Habermas (1985, 1988, 1991).
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He threatened this week to expel after the election two top westerners in Minsk: Hans-Georg Wieck, the wily local representative of the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), the continent's main post-cold-war talking-shop; and the American ambassador, Michael Kozak, an old Central America hand, who has a penchant for provocative public comparisons between Belarus and countries he has tried to subvert in the past, such as Cuba and Sandinist-led Nicaragua.
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Asam, a son of the influential Bavarian painter Hans Georg Asam, was both an architect and a sculptor of stucco.
They were Barthel Beham, Hans Beham, Georg Pencz, and Heinrich Aldegrever.
The most important member of the group was Hans Sebald Beham; others were his brother Barthel, Georg Pencz, Hendrich Aldegrever, and Jakob Binck.
While the influence of Giambologna persisted in some quarters, Hans Krumper and Hans Reichle produced bronze figures less indebted to the Classical tradition but with stronger individuality.
Born on 25 September 1852 near Tübingen, the son of the pastor Johann Georg Vaihinger, Hans was intended for the clergy.
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