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For bibliographies of critical work on Cassirer, see "Ernst Cassirer: A Bibliography," Bulletin of Bibliography 24 (1964): 103–106, and "Ernst Cassirer: Critical Work 1964–1970," Bulletin of Bibliography 29 (1972): 21–22, 24, both compiled by Donald Phillip Verene, and "Bibliographie des textes sur Ernst Cassirer," Revue internationale de philosophie 28 (1974): 492–510, compiled by Robert Nadeau. These bibliographies list critical works on Cassirer in all languages. The main source for critical views on Cassirer's thought remains The Philosophy of Ernst Cassirer, edited by Paul A. Schilpp (Evanston, Ill., 1949). The essays in this volume cover all aspects of Cassirer's thought, but most are expository. Other book-length works are Carl H. Hamburg's Symbol and Reality: Studies in the Philosophy of Ernst Cassirer (The Hague, 1956); Seymour W. Itzkoff's Ernst Cassirer: Scientific Knowledge and the Concept of Man (Notre Dame, Ind., 1971) and Ernst Cassirer: Philosopher of Culture (Boston, 1977); and David R. Lipton's Ernst Cassirer: The Dilemma of a...

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