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Ideas in History

Journal of the Nordic Society for the History of Ideas 8:2

Ideas in History is the result of collaborative efforts between nearly a dozen universities and colleges to further awareness of research, resources, and activities in the field of intellectual history in Nordic countries and internationally. It encompasses subfields such as the history of political ideas; history of science; history art, literature, and aesthetics; and history of philosophy. The journal aims to create a meeting ground for the study of ideas in historical context across disciplinary, geographical, and institutional boundaries, seeking pluralism of methodological approaches to intellectual history, reflections on the field, understanding of historical contexts, and critical understandings of the relationships between the intellectual past and present, as well as the comprehension of culturally, politically, and geographically diverse intellectual traditions. 

104 pages | 6 x 9 | © 2015

Philosophy: General Philosophy

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Table of Contents

Imagined Wars and Cultural Borders: A Case of Nordic Modernism - Gunilla Hermansson
Medical Enlightenment and Social Mobilization from the Pulpit. The Clergy as Public Health and Social Workers in Denmark-Norway at the Turn of the Eighteenth Century - Merethe Roos

Anti-Americanism vs. Anti.-Europeanism? American Views of European Anti-Americanism - Martin Alm
Karl Jasper’s Interdisciplinary and Dual Psychopathology - Line Joranger

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