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Author Wiedebach, Hartwig
Title The National Element in Hermann Cohen's Philosophy and Religion
Imprint Leiden : BRILL, 2012
©2012
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Descript 1 online resource (274 pages)
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Series Supplements to the Journal of Jewish Thought and Philosophy Ser. ; v.16
Supplements to the Journal of Jewish Thought and Philosophy Ser
Note Intro -- Contents -- Preface -- Abbreviations -- Introduction -- Part One Biographical Profile of an Idea -- 1.1 Nationality as Plurality -- 1.2 "The Declaration against Zionism," Emil Fränkel, and the Trip to Russia -- 1.3 Just War -- 1.4 Against Anti-Semitism and Zionism (Martin Buber) -- 1.5 Assimilation -- Race -- Conversion -- 1.6 Law and Orthodoxy -- Part Two Logical Dispositions -- Preface -- 2.1 "The Judgment of Plurality" -- 2.2 The Narrative of Origin -- 2.3 Remembering Reflection -- 2.4 "Allness" as Law-of-Thought -- 2.5 "Throwing to the outside" and the Biological Question -- Summary -- Part Three Nationality as 'People of a State' -- Preface -- 3.1 People and Nation -- 3.2 The People and the "Fatherland" -- 3.3 The People and the History of the Reformation -- 3.4 Authoritarian State and People's State -- 3.5 Education for Loyalty -- Part Four The Pure Form of the National -- 4.1 "The Moral Preconditions" -- 4.2 The National Significance of Genius -- 4.3 "Comparison" as "Internalization" -- 4.4 "Internal Form of Language" and Completion -- 4.5 The Power of Purity -- 4.6 National Forms of Poetry: Epic and Lyric Poetry -- Part Five Nationality as Community -- Preface -- 5.1 The Tragic Form of the Action -- 5.2 The Starting Point of Religious Love in Pity -- 5.3 Universal Relations of the National Consciousness -- 5.4 The Spiritual Existence of the Community -- 5.5 Atonement and Vicarious Suffering -- 5.6 The "Nearness of God" and Logic of the Origin -- 5.7 The Secret of Immortality -- 5.8 The "Merit of the Fathers" -- 5.9 The "Nations of the World" -- 5.10 Germanness and Judaism as National Correlation -- Closing Overview -- Literature -- Index of Names
Hermann Cohen was a Jewish-German thinker with a passion for philosophy. Two forms of national engagement influenced his philosophical system and his Jewish thought: a cultural-political 'Germanness' (Deutschtum) and a religious Judaism beyond the political
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Wiedebach, Hartwig The National Element in Hermann Cohen's Philosophy and Religion Leiden : BRILL,c2012 9789004232600
Subject Cohen, Hermann, -- 1842-1918.;Nationalism.;Nationalities, Principle of.;Citizenship
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