German Thought and Culture: From the Holy Roman Empire to the Present Day
This book provides an introduction to the complex genesis of Germany's intellectual identity, focusing on themes of a cultural, historical, philosophical and literary nature.
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German Protestantism and the relationship
The individual and the state in eighteenth
Weltliteratur and Nationalliteratur in their
Germanys pedagogical province
The rise of the Bürger and the establishment
The decline of philosophical idealism and the
Germany today a reevaluation
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