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German idealism and the Jew : the inner anti-semitism of philosophy and German Jewish responses / Michael Mack.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: B2745 .M33 2003

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    Format
    Book
    Author/Creator
    Mack, Michael, 1969-
    Published
    Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 2003
    Locale
    Germany
    Contents
    Introduction: the political, philosophical, theological, sociological, and literary critical ramifications of anti-semitism
    Narratives
    Positing immutability in religion: Kant
    The metaphysics of eating: Jewish dietary laws and Hegel's social theory
    Transforming the body into the body politic: Wagner and the trajectory of German idealism
    Counternarratives
    Moses Mendelssohn's other enlightenment and German Jewish counterhistories in the work of Heinrich Heine and Abraham Geiger
    Political anti-semitism and its German Jewish responses at the end of the nineteenth century: Heinrich Graetz and Otto Weininger
    Between Mendelssohn and Kant: Hermann Cohen's dual account of reason
    Franz Rosenzweig, or the body's independence from the body politic
    The politics of blood: Rosenzweig and Hegel
    Freud's other enlightenment: turning the tables on Kant
    Walter Benjamin's transcendental messianism, or the immanent transformation of the profane
    Conclusion: Elias Canetti, Franz Baermann Steiner, and Weimar's aftermath.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    Introduction: the political, philosophical, theological, sociological, and literary critical ramifications of anti-semitism -- Narratives -- Positing immutability in religion: Kant -- The metaphysics of eating: Jewish dietary laws and Hegel's social theory -- Transforming the body into the body politic: Wagner and the trajectory of German idealism -- Counternarratives -- Moses Mendelssohn's other enlightenment and German Jewish counterhistories in the work of Heinrich Heine and Abraham Geiger -- Political anti-semitism and its German Jewish responses at the end of the nineteenth century: Heinrich Graetz and Otto Weininger -- Between Mendelssohn and Kant: Hermann Cohen's dual account of reason -- Franz Rosenzweig, or the body's independence from the body politic -- The politics of blood: Rosenzweig and Hegel -- Freud's other enlightenment: turning the tables on Kant -- Walter Benjamin's transcendental messianism, or the immanent transformation of the profane -- Conclusion: Elias Canetti, Franz Baermann Steiner, and Weimar's aftermath.

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    English
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    ISBN
    0226500942
    Physical Description
    viii, 229 p. ; 24 cm.

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