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  • HESSE, Jacob (2022)
    In this book, the author develops a theory of metaphors according to which metaphorical interpretations result from an interaction between certain linguistic properties of expressions and similarity-based processes of ...
  • Frey, Oliver Philipp (2023)
    The Nyāyasūtravivaraṇa, written in the first centuries of the 2nd millennium CE, provides the most accessible introduction to the core teachings of old Nyāya. Excerpting from the two earliest and most important treatises ...
  • Leon, Anna (2022)
    From objects to sounds, choreography is expanding beyond dance and human bodies in motion. This book offers one of the rare systematic investigations of expanded choreography as it develops in contemporaneity, and is the ...
  • (2022)
    Georgij Sergeevič Ėfron (1925–1944) was the son of the poet Marina Tsvetaeva (1892–1941), and grandson of the art historian who was the founder of the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts in Moscow. The German translation of ...
  • (2022)
    The Diaries, Volume II, continue after the death of Marina Tsvetaeva, he returns to Moscow, where he could stay with aunt Lilja, a sister of his father, living off from selling items that he inherited from his mother. At ...
  • Styhler-Aydin, Gudrun (2022)
    The publication presents the results of recent building archaeology in the auditorium of the theater, conducted in the years 2003–2011. Starting with an introductory presentation on the history of research and the current ...
  • Pfohl, Jonas (2022)
    In the present volume sacred motets composed by members of the chapel of the Archduke and later Emperor Maximilian II – among them Jacobus Vaet, Philippe de Monte and Jacob Regnart – are documented and analysed for the ...
  • Kock, Sabine (2022)
    Starting from Adorno's dictum, what arts and culture could be after the reality of Auschwitz, the philosopher Sabine Kock takes central argumentations of Theodor W. Adorno and Max Horkheimer, Hannah Arendt, Jean-François ...
  • Schmidt-Wyklicky, Gabriela (2022)
    By presenting documents and original photographs of the ophthalmologist Ernst Fuchs his life and scientific work are presented in a way never done before. German Version: http://e-book.fwf.ac.at/o:1551 English Version: ...
  • Aichner, Christof; Brigitte Mazohl; Kraler, Tanja (2022-10)
    The book publishes for the first time private letters from an to Leo Thun-Hohenstein, minister of education 1849–1860. In this periode Thun profoundly reformed the Austrian educational system.
  • Anders, Günther (2022-10)
    This volume contains the previously unpublished correspondence of the philosopher and writer Günther Anders (1902-1992) with philosophers of a related philosophical tradition. Some of the letters date from the pre-war ...
  • Ehrmann, Daniel (2022)
    The paradigm of individual authorship becomes dominant around 1800. It gives way to the notion that literature can be regarded as ‘art’. Although this contributes to the success of literature since, it also tends to decrease ...
  • Mehofer, Mathias (2022)
    This work focuses on the interdisciplinary analysis of the metallurgical remains from the Tell Çukuriçi Höyük (Western Turkey), dating from the Late Chalcolithic to the Early Bronze Age (c. 3300-2700 BC). The rich ensemble ...
  • (2022)
    This volume of the publication of the excavations of the Neolithic tell of Platia Magoula Zarkou in Thessaly/Greece presents its continuous settlement sequence of the 6th millennium BC. Cultural change of this period is ...
  • Folie, Sandra (2022-07)
    Chick lit has steadily been changing since its beginnings, crossing gender and genre lines as well as cultural, geographical, and linguistic boundaries. The genre’s global popularity paved its way into research and the ...
  • (2022-09)
    This richly illustrated volume explores the life and work of the Austrian classical scholar Joseph Eckhel, a crucial figure in the transformation of numismatic studies into a modern discipline. It contains twenty-one essays ...
  • Heinrich, Elisa (2022-09)
    The women’s movement was not only a place of political debate – a large number of activists spent most of their time among women. While “respectability” played a significant role in these circles the gradually growing ...
  • Mansky, Matthias (2022-08)
    Differing from previous research approaches, the parodies of the Viennese popular theatres can be considered as a genre of theatre practice which allows to demonstrate the conditions of production for playwrights in the ...
  • Bachleitner, Norbert (2022)
    The influence of censorship on the intellectual and political life in the Habsburg Monarchy during the period under scrutiny can hardly be overstated. This study examines the institutional foundations, operating principles, ...
  • Weber, Teresa (2022)
    The book adresses the question how the concept of national identity in EU law relates to federalism and how potential conflicts between EU law and a Member States’ federal organisation are resolved. Building on a thorough ...

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