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  1. Herman Cohen (27 de agosto de 1925 – 2 de junio de 2002) fue un productor cinematográfico de serie B de la década de 1950, que ayudó a popularizar el ...

  2. Hermann Cohen (Coswig, Sajonia-Anhalt, 4 de julio de 1842 - Berlín, 4 de abril de 1918) fue un filósofo alemán judío, fundador, entre otros, de la neokantiana Escuela de Marburgo. Nacido en Coswig , estudió en las universidades de Breslavia ( Polonia ) y Berlín , y se graduó en Halle en 1865.

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    Herman Cohen (August 27, 1925 – June 2, 2002) was an American producer of B-movies during the 1950s, and helped to popularize the teen horror movie genre with films like the cult classic I Was a Teenage Werewolf .

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    Cohen was born in Coswig, Anhalt. He began to study philosophy early on, and soon became known as a profound Kant scholar. He was educated at the Gymnasium at Dessau, at the Jewish Theological Seminary of Breslau, and at the universities of Breslau, Berlin, and Halle. In 1873, he became Privatdozent in the philosophical faculty of the University of Marburg, the thesis with which he obtained the venia legendi being Die systematischen Begriffe in Kant's vorkritischen Schriften nach ihrem Verhältniss zum kritischen Idealismus. Cohen was elected Professor extraordinarius at Marburg in 1875, and Professor ordinarius in the following year (see "Academic ranks in Germany"). He was one of the founders of the "Gesellschaft zur Förderung der Wissenschaft des Judenthums", which held its first meeting in Berlin in November 1902. Cohen edited and published Friedrich Albert Lange's final philosophical work, Logische Studien (Leipzig, 1877), and edited and wrote several versions of a long introduc...

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    "Die Platonische Ideenlehre Psychologisch Entwickelt," in "Zeitschrift für Völkerpsychologie," 1866, iv. 9 ("Platonic Ideal Theorie Psychologically Developed")
    "Mythologische Vorstellungen von Gott und Seele," ib. 1869 ("Mythological Concepts of God and the Soul")
    "Die dichterische Phantasie und der Mechanismus des Bewusstseins," ib. 1869 ("Poetic Fantasy and Mechanisms of Consciousness")
    Jüdische Schriften. Introduction by Franz Rosenzweig, edited by Bruno Strauss. Berlin, C. A. Schwetschke: 1924.
    "Zur Kontroverse zwischen Trendelenburg und Kuno Fischer," ib. 1871 ("On the controversy between Trendelenburg and Kuno Fischer")
    Bienenstock, Myriam. Cohen face à Rosenzweig. Débat sur la pensée allemande(Paris, Vrin, 2009)
    Bienenstock, Myriam, ed. Hermann Cohen: l'idéalisme critique aux prises avec le matérialisme (special issue of the journal Revue de métaphysique et de morale, ISSN 0035-1571), edited by , Paris, PU...
    Bruckstein, Almuth. Cohen's Ethics of Maimonides, translated with commentary, Madison, Wisc. 2004.
    Ephraim Chamiel, The Dual Truth, Studies on Nineteenth-Century Modern Religious Thought and its Influence on Twentieth-Century Jewish Philosophy, Academic Studies Press, Boston 2019, Vol II, pp. 28...
  4. Herman Cohen o Hermann Cohen puede estar referido a: Herman Cohen, cineasta estadounidense; Herman Jay Cohen (1932-), diplomático; Hermann Cohen (1842–1918), filósofo judío-germano; o. Hermann Cohen (1820–1871), pianista judío y sacerdote católico.

  5. Herman Jay Cohen, born in New York City on February 10, 1932, received a BA in political science from the City College of New York in 1953. He then joined the United States Army, serving until 1955. He received an MA in international relations from American University in 1962.

  6. 18/09/2021 · For other people named Herman Cohen, see Herman Cohen (disambiguation). Hermann Cohen (4 July 1842 – 4 April 1918) was a German Jewish philosopher , one of the founders of the Marburg school of neo-Kantianism , and he is often held to be "probably the most important Jewish philosopher of the nineteenth century".