Friedrich Schleiermacher and the Founding of the University of Berlin. The Study of Religion as a Scientific Discipline
Four essays on Schleiermacher and the University of Berlin: "Neohumanist-Idealistic Concepts of a University: Schelling, Steffens, Fichte, Schleiermacher, and von Humboldt" by Edwina Lawler, "Schleiermacher on the Scientific Study of Religion" by Terrence N. Tice, "Promises of Positive Plurality: How Comparative Religion Could Have Been Studied in Schleiermacher's University of Berlin" by Joseph W. Pickle, and "What Hath Vienna To Do With Jerusalem? - Musical Experience and Religious Experience" by Albert L. Blackwell.
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