Goldmann

Goldmann is the surname of several people:

  • Erich Goldmann, German ice hockey player
  • Friedrich Goldmann (1941–2009), German composer and conductor
  • Lucien Goldmann, French philosopher and sociologist
  • Maximilian Goldmann, real name of Max Reinhardt, Austrian theatre director
  • Nahum Goldmann, former president of the World Jewish Congress

It can also refer to:

  • Goldmann (publisher), large publishing house in Germany

Other articles related to "goldmann":

Lucien Goldmann - Goldmann's Thinking
... upheld Marxism's "scientificity" in the 1950s and 1960s, Lucien Goldmann insisted that Marxism was by then in severe crisis and had to reinvent itself radically if it were to survive ... of such trends on the Left Bank was one reason why Goldmann's own name and work were eclipsed - this despite the acclaim of thinkers as diverse as Jean Piaget and ... Risk", Goldmann wrote in his classic study of Pascal's Pensées and Jean Racine's Phèdre, "is possibility of failure, hope of success, and the synthesis of the three in a faith which is ...
Goldmann (publisher)
... Goldmann is one of the largest publishing houses in Germany ... Founded on 21 June 1922 by Wilhelm Goldmann in Leipzig, the first works to be published were the detective stories of Edgar Wallace ... Goldmann published German translations of a number of Doctor Who novelisations in the 1980s, mostly stories involving the Daleks ...
The Balcony - Analysis and Criticism
... The philosopher Lucien Goldmann suggests that the themes of The Balcony may be divided between those that are essential and primary and those that are non-essent ... his characters "to the great political and social upheavals of the twentieth century," Goldmann argues, particularly important among which is "the collapse of the ... and the Chief of Police "possess the real power," Goldmann points out they "represent the two essential aspects of technocracy the organization of an ...
Sociology Of Literature - Genetic Structuralism
... Lucien Goldmann was Director of Studies at the School for Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences in Paris and founding Director of the Centre for the Sociology ... Like Escarpit, Goldmann was influenced by Durkheim hence, his definition of the subject matter of sociology as the 'study of the facts of consciousness' ... Goldmann defined the creating subject as transindividual, that is, as an instance of Durkheim's 'collective consciousness' ...
Pam Tillis Discography - Videography - Music Videos
... Webster 1992 "Shake the Sugar Tree" Steven Goldmann 1993 "Let That Pony Run" "Cleopatra, Queen of Denial" Michael Salomon 1994 "Spilled Perfume ...