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The institution of criticism
moralistic criticism which, as he correctly perceived, would have to remain politically ambivalent. Compared to the ancien régime, and to the Empire as well , the rule of the upper
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A Berlin Republic: Writings on Germany
1. Can We Learn From History?. 2. A Double Past. 3. German Uncertainties. 4. The Need for German Continuities. 5. Between Facts and Norms. 6. Which History Can We Learn From?. Index.
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Introduction to Reception Aesthetics
and idealistic models in favor of an analysis of communicative processes, despite the fact that he had no theoretical model of communication at his disposal. Although he was not blind to theExpand
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The Fate of German Studies After the End of the Cold War.
Fifty years ago?shortly after World War II?modern language professors gathered for the first time, at the University of Kentucky, to examine the major task that lay ahead of them?namely, to restoreExpand
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Critical Theory, Public Sphere and Culture. Jurgen Habermas and His Critics
Bourgeois theory tends to separate carefully the domains of culture and politics. Its notion of the autonomy of art is particularly indispensible for countering arguments which conceive the relationExpand
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The Origins of Negative Dialectics: Theodor Adorno, Walter Benjamin and the Frankfurt School
In her important introductory chapter, Susan Buck-Morss rightly stresses the significance of Critical Theory for young West German intellectuals after World War II. In contrast to the AmericanExpand
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The Dialectic of Enlightenment Revisited: Habermas' Critique of the Frankfurt School
A well-known newspaper caricature, printed some twenty years ago, pictures the Frankfurt School as a closely knit group with Horkheimer as a large father figure watching over the other members of theExpand
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