Towards a Model of Transnational Agency: the Case of Dietrich von Hildebrand

@article{Kitzinger2011TowardsAM,
  title={Towards a Model of Transnational Agency: the Case of Dietrich von Hildebrand},
  author={Denis Kitzinger},
  journal={The International History Review},
  year={2011},
  volume={33},
  pages={669 - 686}
}
This article presents a study of the transnational agency of the German Catholic philosopher and intellectual Dietrich von Hildebrand (1889–1977) in Germany during the inter-war period. Von Hildebrand's transnationalism was a reaction against the nationalist challenge to Catholic universalism. By way of an analysis of von Hildebrand's case, this study proposes a model of intentional transnational agency. Through communication and exchange, von Hildebrand attempted to form a transnational… Expand
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