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A grand narrative of the intertwining lives of Walter Benjamin Martin Heidegger Ludwig Wittgenstein and Ernst Cassirer major philosophers whose ideas shaped the twentieth centuryThe year is 1919 The horror of the First World War is still fresh for the protagonists of Time of the Magicians each of whom finds himself at a crucial juncture Walter Benjamin having survived the flu during the 1918 pandemic is trying to flee his overbearing father and floundering in his academic career Ludwig Wittgenstein by contrast has dramatically decided to divest himself of the monumental fortune he stands to inherit as a scion of one of the wealthiest industrial families in Europe in search of absolute spiritual clarity Meanwhile Martin Heidegger having managed to avoid combat in war by serving instead as a meteorologist is carefully cultivating his career Finally Ernst Cassirer is working furiously in academia applying himself intensely to his writing and the possibility of a career at Hamburg University The stage is set for a great intellectual drama which will unfold across the next decade The lives and ideas of this extraordinary philosophical quartet will converge as they become world historical figures But with the Second World War looming on the horizon their fates will be very different Wolfram Eilenberger stylishly traces the paths of these remarkable and turbulent lives which feature not only philosophy but some of the most important other figures of the century including John Maynard Keynes Hannah Arendt and Bertrand Russell In doing so he tells a gripping story about four of historys most ambitious and passionate thinkers and illuminates with rare clarity and economy their brilliant ideas which all too often have been regarded as enigmatic or opaque.

report mobile issue book Report an pdf Report an issue PDF/EPUBA grand narrative of the intertwining lives of Walter Benjamin Martin Heidegger Ludwig Wittgenstein and Ernst Cassirer major philosophers whose ideas shaped the twentieth centuryThe year is 1919 The horror of the First World War is still fresh for the protagonists of Time of the Magicians each of whom finds himself at a crucial juncture Walter Benjamin having survived the flu during the 1918 pandemic is trying to flee his overbearing father and floundering in his academic career Ludwig Wittgenstein by contrast has dramatically decided to divest himself of the monumental fortune he stands to inherit as a scion of one of the wealthiest industrial families in Europe in search of absolute spiritual clarity Meanwhile Martin Heidegger having managed to avoid combat in war by serving instead as a meteorologist is carefully cultivating his career Finally Ernst Cassirer is working furiously in academia applying himself intensely to his writing and the possibility of a career at Hamburg University The stage is set for a great intellectual drama which will unfold across the next decade The lives and ideas of this extraordinary philosophical quartet will converge as they become world historical figures But with the Second World War looming on the horizon their fates will be very different Wolfram Eilenberger stylishly traces the paths of these remarkable and turbulent lives which feature not only philosophy but some of the most important other figures of the century including John Maynard Keynes Hannah Arendt and Bertrand Russell In doing so he tells a gripping story about four of historys most ambitious and passionate thinkers and illuminates with rare clarity and economy their brilliant ideas which all too often have been regarded as enigmatic or opaque.

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