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Eucken

(German ˈɔykən)
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(Biography) Rudolph Christoph (ˈruːdɔlf ˈkrɪstɔf). 1846–1926, German idealist philosopher: Nobel prize for literature 1908
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4) Respectively, Theodor Mommsen (1902) and Winston Churchill (1953) won for history, Rudolf Christoph Eucken (1908) and Henri Bergson (1927) for philosophy, Svetlana Alexievich (2015) for journalism, and Dario Fo (1997) for dramatic monologue.
An interesting interdisciplinary research program, inaugurated by Walter Eucken, Franz Bohm and Hans Grossmann-Dorth (the first is an economist, while the remaining are two lawyers) at the University of Freiburg.
In 1907 the Head of the Philosophy Department at the University of Melbourne, Professor W R Boyce Gibson, published a book about the German philosopher Rudolf Eucken, (40) a leading authority on ethics and religion.
And here's the even greater truth: to bestow it on one of our last popular poets, the distant relative of Rutebeuf, Villon, and all the minstrels and songsters of solitude and dereliction; to consecrate a troubadour, a bard of the brotherhood of lonely and lost souls; to crown the author of ballads that have been, to borrow Andre Suares' phrase about Rimbaud, 'a moment in the life' of so many people in the 20th and 21st centuries makes a lot more sense than pulling out of a hat the obscure Rudolf Christoph Eucken or picking poor old Sully Prudhomme instead of Tolstoy.
And here's the even greater truth: To bestow it on one of our last popular poets, the distant relative of Rutebeuf, Villon and all the minstrels and songsters of solitude and dereliction; to consecrate a troubadour, a bard of the brotherhood of lonely and lost souls; to crown the author of ballads that have been, to borrow Andre Suares' phrase about Rimbaud, "a moment in the life" of so many people in the 20th and 21st centuries makes a lot more sense than pulling out of a hat the obscure Rudolf Christoph Eucken or picking poor old Sully Prudhomme instead of Tolstoy.
See FRANZ BOHM, WALTER EUCKEN & HANS GROSSMAN-DOERTH, THE ORDO MANIFESTO OF 1936 (1936), reprinted in THE MAKING OF COMPETITION POLICY: LEGAL AND ECONOMIC SOURCES 254,265 (Daniel A.
Feld: Professor of Economic Policy and Constitutional Economics, and Director, Walter Eucken Institut, University of Freiburg, Freiburg, Germany.
Eucken reconocia que Alemania--como Francia, Inglaterra o America--habia experimentado un tremendo crecimiento economico en el siglo XIX.
En segundo lugar, la ESM (1) aparece en la palestra con los trabajos pioneros de intelectuales alemanes de los anos 30 y 40, como el economista Walter Eucken y los juristas Bohm y BrobmannDoerth.
125) Eucken developed a doctrine named Ordnungspolitik, often translated as "thinking in orders," in which he distinguished two main types of fundamental economic orders.
Though he was not inclined to write at length about his Christian beliefs, Ropke--like many other German economists (often labelled variously and sometimes interchangeably as "ordo-liberals," "sociological liberals," or "neo-liberals") such as Alfred Muller-Armack, Alexander Rustow, Walter Eucken, and Franz Bohm--was intensely interested in the relationship between religion and the social and economic orders.
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