5 edition of discourse on Yiddish in Germany from the enlightenment to the Second Empire found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -247) and index.
|Statement||Jeffrey A. Grossman.|
|Series||Studies in German literature, linguistics, and culture, Studies in German literature, linguistics, and culture (Unnumbered)|
|LC Classifications||PT289 .G76 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 258 p. :|
|Number of Pages||258|
|LC Control Number||99053431|
In terms of Nazism, not only do the Nazis carry these anti-theses of enlightenment in their ideology. This of course entails that a direct attribution of Nazism and the Holocaust from the Enlightenment, including Enlightenment views on the potential of rationality, is false. In light of the OP's replies referencing rationality and progress, it's this sense of "led" that I take the OP to be. Enlightenment Thought in the Writings of Goethe A Contribution to the History of Ideas Paul E. Kerry. The Discourse on Yiddish in Germany from the Enlightenment to the Second Empire. Jeffrey Grossman. Camden House. $ The Duino Elegies. Rainer Maria Rilke.
A brief treatment of the Enlightenment follows. For full treatment, see Europe, history of: The Enlightenment. The powers and uses of reason had first been explored by the philosophers of ancient Romans adopted and preserved much of Greek culture, notably including the ideas of a rational natural order and natural the turmoil of empire, however, a new concern arose for. The first book you’ve chosen, Paul Hazard’s The Crisis of the European Mind: is not only much the earliest of the books you’ve chosen — it was published in — it’s also written in a style that’s different from most academic studies. It’s packed with learning but it’s also sometimes florid, and not afraid of using exclamation marks.
Essays analyze the principal problems which have affected the evolution of German-Jewish relations since the Enlightenment, showing how the project of emancipation was subverted by powerful countercurrents of antisemitism and anxieties about national identity in a society in the throes of modernization. It emphasizes the importance of social and historical context, offering a differentiated. In this book, T. J. Reed clears the dust away from eighteenth-century Germany, bringing the likes of Kant, Goethe, Friedrich Schiller, and Gotthold Lessing into a coherent and focused beam that shines within European intellectual history and reasserts the important role of Germany's Enlightenment.
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The Discourse on Yiddish in Germany from the Enlightenment to the Second Empire (Studies in German Literature Linguistics and Culture) by Jeffrey Grossman (Author)Cited by: The Discourse on Yiddish in German: From the Enlightenment to the Second Empire, by Jeffrey A. Grossman. Rochester, NY: Camden House, pp.
$ From the German Enlightenment to the last third of the nineteenth century, Jeffrey Grossmann traces the views on Yiddish and East European Jewish culture held by. Discourse on Yiddish in Germany from the Enlightenment to the Second Empire - Boydell and Brewer This book explores the uses of Yiddish language in German literary and cultural texts from the onset of Jewish civil emancipation in the Germanies in until the late 19th century.
Grossman's The Discourse on Yiddish in Germany represents academic publishing at its best. The author examines the fateful and horrific myth that Germany was a culturally homogeneous society and elucidates to what extent that myth was undermined through the presence of Yiddish which functioned as an anarchic element proclaiming the needs, wants.
Grossman's The Discourse on Yiddish in Germany represents academic publishing at its best. The author examines the fateful and horrific myth that Germany was a culturally homogeneous society and elucidates to what extent that myth was undermined through the presence of Yiddish which functioned as an anarchic element proclaiming the needs, wants, and contributions of a minority : Gebundenes Buch.
by Jeffrey A. Grossman. Rochester, NY: Camden House, pp. $ From the German Enlightenment to the last third of the nineteenth century, Jeffrey Grossmann traces the views on Yiddish and East European Jewish culture held by German professionals, scholars, intellectuals and politicians as well as by Jews who, following the vision of German Enlightenment, adopted the.
The Discourse on Yiddish in Germany: From the Enlightenment to the Second Empire. Studies in German Literature, Linguistics, and Culture. Rochester, NY: Camden House, x, pp. Read "Jeffrey A. Grossman, The Discourse on Yiddish in Germany from the Enlightenment to the Second Empire.
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The Discourse on Yiddish in Germany from the Enlightenment to the Second Empire (Rochester, NY: Camden House, ). Of the two major varieties of Yiddish that existed, Western Yiddish–spoken. The Enlightenment and Orientalist Discourse 9 bemused, the voyagers drew comparisons between Christian and Asian mores.
They noted in detail the various resemblances and their far-seeing readers were spurred on to draw further comparisons.
In Diderot, Raynal, and Helvétius, for example, the strategy consisted of distancing readers from. The second generation of Enlightenment thinkers demonstrated a tendency towards radical deism.
A good example is David Friedländer who translated the prayer book (Siddur) into German in He also endeavoured to reform the liturgy by removing the songs and prayers that called for.
In the last few decades, research on eighteenth-century German intellectual history has undergone major changes. Prominent scholars of a previous generation, such as Reinhart Koselleck and Jürgen Habermas, tended to view the Enlightenment in Germany as a relatively late phenomenon, tame and apolitical in comparison to other parts of Europe.
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A strong nationalistic voice emerged during the German Enlightenment, which did much to unify Germany culturally. Although other factors played in as well, political unity came hand in hand with cultural unity: laws and districts were consolidated, more freedoms were granted to the press, and judicial treatment became more humane.
The Enlightenment – the great ‘Age of Reason’ – is defined as the period of rigorous scientific, political and philosophical discourse that characterised European society during the ‘long’ 18th century: from the late 17th century to the ending of the Napoleonic Wars in This was a period of huge change in thought and reason, which (in the words of historian Roy Porter) was.
The German Enlightenment, or Aufklarung in German, began around and ended around It differed from the enlightenment movements in other parts of Europe.
Germany did not have friction between the nobility and middle class of nor was characterized by religious conflict. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.
This book reconsiders the relationship between the Enlightenment and colonialism. It examines geography, religion, gender and fiction, in the writings of 19th-century travelers in Africa.
It is a contribution to debates about the Enlightenment. Volumes 4 and 5 are now available as the second part of the new two‐volume edition of Voltaire en son temps, edited by Rene Pomeau.
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Challenging the tendency to fragment the Enlightenment in eighteenth-century Europe into multiple Enlightenments, the distinguished intellectual historian John Robertson demonstrates the extent to which thinkers in two societies at the opposite ends of Europe shared common.The Haskalah, often termed Jewish Enlightenment (Hebrew: השכלה; literally, "wisdom", "erudition"), was an intellectual movement among the Jews of Central and Eastern Europe, with certain influence on those in Western Europe and the Muslim arose as a defined ideological worldview during the s, and its last stage ended aroundwith the rise of Jewish nationalism.