Eriksen, Trond Berg
Professor of the History of Ideas at the University of Oslo, Trond Berg Eriksen (b 1945) has published a number of books on philosophy and his specialist subject, the history of ideas, as well as on the history of Norwegian non-fiction.
Trond Berg Eriksen was Jostein Gaarder's philosophy teacher. Over the years he has become known as one of Norway's foremost mediators of European intellectual history.
Selected bibliography & translations
|Year||Norwegian title||English Title||Rights sold to||Foreign publisher|
|2003||Hva er idéhistorie?||What is History of Ideas?||
|2002||Vestens store tenkere. Fra Platon til våre dager||Great Western Thinkers||
|2001||Augustin - det urolige hjerte||Augustin - the restless heart||
|2001||Veien til Toscana. Kunstbyer mellom Ferrara og Lucca||The Road to Tuscany||
|1997||Sør for Alpene, nord for Po - Reisenotater fra tolv italienske byer||South of the Alps, North of the Po - Travel Notes from Twelve Italian Cities||
|1994||Undringens labyrinter - forelesninger over filosofiens historie||Labyrinths of Wonder||
|1991||Freuds retorik||Freud's rhetoric||
|1989||Nietzsche & det moderne||Nietzche and modernity||
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