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The rhetoric of cultural dialogue : Jews and Germans from Moses Mendelssohn to Richard Wagner and beyond / Jeffrey S. Librett.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: DS135.G32 L53 2000

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    Series
    Cultural memory in the present
    Cultural memory in the present.
    Format
    Book
    Author/Creator
    Librett, Jeffrey S.
    Published
    Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, c2000
    Locale
    Germany
    Contents
    Introduction: from the rhetoric of dialogue to the end of Jewish-German emancipation
    Judaism between power and knowledge: the undecidability of the Law in Moses Mendelssohn's Jerusalem, or On religious power and Judaism (1783)
    The ontorhetoric of "refined pantheism" in Moses Mendelssohn's Morning hours, or Lectures on the existence of God (1785)
    The birth of German Romanticism out of the "dialogue" between (Protestant) spirit and (Jewish) letter: Friedrich Schlegel's "On Lessing" (1797) and its "Conclusion" (1801)
    Duplicitous engenderments of the literal spirit: Friedrich Schlegel's "On philosophy: to Dorothea" (1798) and Lucinde (1799)
    Resisting "fulfillment": the undecidable limit between figural and literal in Dorothea Veit's Florentin: a novel (1801)
    Protestant negativity as "prefiguration" of Neo-Catholic positivity in Friedrich Schlegel's Lessing's thoughts and opinions (1804)
    The reversal of emancipation on the left: Karl Marx's "On the Jewish question" (1843)
    The reversal of emancipation on the right: Richard Wagner's "Judaism in music" (1850)
    Postscript: through modernism to
    "emancipation" from Holocaust memory?
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references (p.[371]-384) and index.
    Introduction: from the rhetoric of dialogue to the end of Jewish-German emancipation -- Judaism between power and knowledge: the undecidability of the Law in Moses Mendelssohn's Jerusalem, or On religious power and Judaism (1783) -- The ontorhetoric of "refined pantheism" in Moses Mendelssohn's Morning hours, or Lectures on the existence of God (1785) -- The birth of German Romanticism out of the "dialogue" between (Protestant) spirit and (Jewish) letter: Friedrich Schlegel's "On Lessing" (1797) and its "Conclusion" (1801) -- Duplicitous engenderments of the literal spirit: Friedrich Schlegel's "On philosophy: to Dorothea" (1798) and Lucinde (1799) -- Resisting "fulfillment": the undecidable limit between figural and literal in Dorothea Veit's Florentin: a novel (1801) -- Protestant negativity as "prefiguration" of Neo-Catholic positivity in Friedrich Schlegel's Lessing's thoughts and opinions (1804) -- The reversal of emancipation on the left: Karl Marx's "On the Jewish question" (1843) -- The reversal of emancipation on the right: Richard Wagner's "Judaism in music" (1850) -- Postscript: through modernism to--"emancipation" from Holocaust memory?

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    0804736227
    0804739315 (pbk. : alk. paper)
    Physical Description
    xxiii, 391 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.

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