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German question/Jewish question : revolutionary antisemitism from Kant to Wagner / Paul Lawrence Rose.

By: Rose, Paul Lawrence.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, [1992]Description: xviii, 397 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0691008906; 9780691008905.Uniform titles: Revolutionary antisemitism in Germany from Kant to Wagner Subject(s): Antisemitism -- Germany -- History -- 19th century | Philosophy, German -- 19th century | Germany -- Intellectual life -- 19th century | Germany -- Ethnic relations | Antisemitism History 19th century Germany | Germany Ethnic relations | Germany Intellectual life 19th century | Philosophy, German 19th centuryDDC classification: 305.892/4043/09034 Other classification: 15.70 | 02.01
Contents:
The genealogy of modern antisemitism; national character, race, and revolution -- Ahasverus and the destruction of Judaism -- "Against humanity"; Moloch, Mammon, and the secularization of the blood libel -- Myth and reality in antisemitic mentalities -- The Jewish question; conceptions and misconceptions -- The German statists and the Jewish question, 1781-1812; Dohm, Humboldt, and Hardenberg -- The German moralists and the Jewish question; Kant, Herder, and Hegel -- The German nationalists and the Jewish question; Fichte and the birth of revolutionary antisemitism -- Revolutionary Judaism and the German revolution; Borne and Heine -- "Young Germany-Young Palestine"; the Junges Deutschland controversy of 1835.
Karl Gutzkow's "New Ahasverus"; lovelessness, egoism, and the redemption of the flesh -- Heinrich Laube; revolutionary German art and Jewish mammonism -- Berthold Auerbach; reconciling Jewishness and Germanness -- Judaism as Molochism; the philosophical and socialist revolutionary critiques of Judaism 1836-1844 -- Revolution to race I; Bruno Bauer and the critical revolution -- Revolution to race II; Wilhelm Marr and the antisemitic revolution -- Karl Marx; Judaism as moral myth and social reality -- Beyond Ahasverus and Moloch; Moses Hess's subversion of the revolutionary myths of Judaism -- The chosen race and the revolution; Constantin Frantz's revolutionary Christian Federalism -- Richard Wagner; prophet of revolutionary antisemitism.
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Book University of Texas At Tyler
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DS146.G4 R64 1992 (Browse shelf) Available 0000001081611

"First Princeton paperback printing, with a new title and a new afterword, 1992"--T.p. verso.

Originally published: Revolutionary antisemitism in Germany from Kant to Wagner. Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, c1990.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

The genealogy of modern antisemitism; national character, race, and revolution -- Ahasverus and the destruction of Judaism -- "Against humanity"; Moloch, Mammon, and the secularization of the blood libel -- Myth and reality in antisemitic mentalities -- The Jewish question; conceptions and misconceptions -- The German statists and the Jewish question, 1781-1812; Dohm, Humboldt, and Hardenberg -- The German moralists and the Jewish question; Kant, Herder, and Hegel -- The German nationalists and the Jewish question; Fichte and the birth of revolutionary antisemitism -- Revolutionary Judaism and the German revolution; Borne and Heine -- "Young Germany-Young Palestine"; the Junges Deutschland controversy of 1835.

Karl Gutzkow's "New Ahasverus"; lovelessness, egoism, and the redemption of the flesh -- Heinrich Laube; revolutionary German art and Jewish mammonism -- Berthold Auerbach; reconciling Jewishness and Germanness -- Judaism as Molochism; the philosophical and socialist revolutionary critiques of Judaism 1836-1844 -- Revolution to race I; Bruno Bauer and the critical revolution -- Revolution to race II; Wilhelm Marr and the antisemitic revolution -- Karl Marx; Judaism as moral myth and social reality -- Beyond Ahasverus and Moloch; Moses Hess's subversion of the revolutionary myths of Judaism -- The chosen race and the revolution; Constantin Frantz's revolutionary Christian Federalism -- Richard Wagner; prophet of revolutionary antisemitism.

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