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Beyond the conceivable : studies on Germany, Nazism, and the Holocaust / Dan Diner.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: D804.348 .D56 2000

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    Series
    Weimar and now ; 20
    Weimar and now ; 20.
    Format
    Book
    Author/Creator
    Diner, Dan, 1946-
    Published
    Berkeley : University of California Press, [2000]
    ©2000
    Locale
    Germany
    Contents
    On the brink of dictatorship : Carl Schmitt and the Weimar Constitution
    Knowledge of expansion : on the geopolitics of Karl Haushofer
    Norms for domination : Nazi legal concepts of world order
    The catastrophe before the catastrophe : 1938 in historical context
    The limits of reason : Max Horkheimer on anti-Semitism and extermination
    Beyond the conceivable : the Judenrat as borderline experience
    Historical understanding and counterrationality : the Judenrat as epistemological vantage
    On rationality and rationalization : an economistic explanation of the Final Solution
    Historical experience and cognition : juxtaposing perspectives on national socialism
    Varieties of narration : the Holocaust in historical memory
    Nazism and Stalinism : on memory, arbitrariness, labor, and death
    Cumulative contingency : historicizing legitimacy in Israeli discourse
    On guilt discourse and other narrations : German questions and universal answers.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references (pages 231-272) and index.
    On the brink of dictatorship : Carl Schmitt and the Weimar Constitution -- Knowledge of expansion : on the geopolitics of Karl Haushofer -- Norms for domination : Nazi legal concepts of world order -- The catastrophe before the catastrophe : 1938 in historical context -- The limits of reason : Max Horkheimer on anti-Semitism and extermination -- Beyond the conceivable : the Judenrat as borderline experience -- Historical understanding and counterrationality : the Judenrat as epistemological vantage -- On rationality and rationalization : an economistic explanation of the Final Solution -- Historical experience and cognition : juxtaposing perspectives on national socialism -- Varieties of narration : the Holocaust in historical memory -- Nazism and Stalinism : on memory, arbitrariness, labor, and death -- Cumulative contingency : historicizing legitimacy in Israeli discourse -- On guilt discourse and other narrations : German questions and universal answers.

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    Language
    English
    ISBN
    0520213459
    Physical Description
    286 pages ; 24 cm.

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