American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Herder, Johann Gottfried von 1744-1803. German philosopher and writer whose theory of culture and advocacy of intuition over rationality greatly influenced Goethe and formed the basis of German romanticism.
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“Herder is as good as he can be, and you are his favourite; you will presently have the best literary society, through his means.”
“And a young fellow that heard him, that was by, he took it up; 'Sir,' said he, 'Herder is my friend – you must fight him – come to my room to-morrow morning at seven o'clock – he will meet you;' – 'very well,' they agree upon the matter togezer.”
“At least so I believe; and so, I am happy to say, nine hundred and ninety-nine thousand nine hundred and ninety-nine people out of every million have always believed, because they have used their human instincts and their common sense, and have obeyed (without knowing it) the warning of a great and good philosopher called Herder, that "The organ is in no case the power which works by it;" which is as much as to say, that the engine is not the engine-driver, nor the spade the gardener.”
“He easily found it for himself in the place which is called the Herder”
“Nonetheless, Benjamin's interest in philosophy of history, his recognition of philosophers such as Herder, Hamann, and Humboldt, and his general openness towards the late eighteenth-century mindset, makes it possible for him to transcend the framework of traditional”
“Particularly important here is the fact that romantic thinkers, such as Herder and Novalis, viewed our ability to feel into nature as a vital corrective against the modern scientific attitude of merely dissecting nature into its elements; instead of grasping its underlying spiritual reality through a process of poetic identification.”
“Jesus would be her "Herder," and lead her beside the still waters; that she might be spared all suffering and sorrow, and have peace.”
“God would be her Shepherd, her "Herder," and lead her beside the still waters, and give her peace.”
“Similarly it must be noted in regard to several pre-Darwinian pictures of the struggle for existence (such as Herder's, who wrote in 1790”
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