Gadamer, Hans-Georg: Philosophische Lehrjahre
For more than half a century, the late Hans-Georg Gadamer has observed as well as shaped the intellectual currents at important German universities (Wroclaw [formerly Breslau], Marburg, Leipzig, Frankfurt, Heidelberg) both as a student and university teacher. He describes remarkable encounters with Paul Natorp, Nicolai Hartmann, Gerhard Krüger, Karl Löwith and especially Martin Heidegger. He meets important personalities such as Rudolf Bultmann and Max Scheler, and he enjoys friendly relations with Oskar Schürer, Max Kommerell, Hans Lipps and Karl Reinhardt. Gadamer eloquently depicts his life as student and university lecturer in Breslau and Marburg. After the collapse of the "Third Reich" and under Russian occupation, he is appointed dean of the University of Leipzig which he participates in painstakingly reconstructing from its physical and intellectual ruins. Soon afterwards he receives and accepts a call to Frankfurt, and eventually in 1954 to the University of Heidelberg, where he remained until his death in 2002 at the biblical age of 102. Gadamer's lively memoirs, first published to great acclaim in 1977, serve to evidence the close connection of his own philosophical path with the great intellectual currents of the past century.
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