Günther Anders

Anders in 1929 Günther Anders (born Günther Siegmund Stern, 12 July 1902 – 17 December 1992) was a German-Austrian Jewish "20th-century German Jewish philosopher Günther Anders", "a German philosopher and essayist of Jewish descent", "Le penseur allemand Günther Anders".}} émigré, philosopher, essayist and journalist.

Trained in the phenomenological tradition, he developed a philosophical anthropology for the age of technology, focusing on such themes as the effects of mass media on our emotional and ethical existence, the illogic of religion, the nuclear threat, the Holocaust, and the question of being a philosopher. Gunther Andres has called himself a critical theorist of technology and his philosophy as occasional philosophy, impressionistic philosophy and a philosophy of discrepancy.

In 1992, shortly before his death, Günther Anders was awarded the Sigmund Freud Prize. Provided by Wikipedia
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Published: München : C.H.Beck Verlag, 1964
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Published: Köln : Pahl- Rugenstein, 1964
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