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Nationalism Versus Cosmopolitanism in German Thought and Culture, 1789-1914

Essays on the Emergence of Europe

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Published by Edwin Mellen Pr .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cultural studies,
  • c 1900 - c 1914,
  • History,
  • History: World,
  • Europe,
  • Europe - Germany,
  • Political Ideologies - Nationalism,
  • 19th century,
  • Cosmopolitanism,
  • Cultural policy,
  • Germany,
  • Nationalism

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsMary Anne Perkins (Editor), Martin Liebscher (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages308
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8077643M
    ISBN 10077345523X
    ISBN 109780773455238

    Nationalism, good; cosmopolitanism, bad. Bill Buckley was called “cosmopolitan” his entire life (along with “elitist,” “effete,” and worse). He was as patriotic as the day is long. Liberalism and Nationalism Paul Kelly Liberalism and Nationalism are two distinct ideologies that emerged in Europe following the French Revolution, although both have deeper roots in European intellectual history. These ideologies continue to characterize and shape political developments into the twenty-first century and remain a concern ofFile Size: KB.

    The Limits of Nationalism examines demands often made in the name of cultural nationalism, such as claims for national self-determination, historical rights claims to territories and demands entailed by cultural particularism as opposed to cultural by:   Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Martin Liebscher books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Nationalism Versus Cosmopolitanism in German Thought and Culture Mary Anne Perkins. 30 Nov Hardback. unavailable.

    Civic nationalism, also known as liberal nationalism, is a form of nationalism identified by political philosophers who believe in an inclusive form of nationalism that adheres with traditional liberal values of freedom, tolerance, equality, and individual rights. Civic nationalists often defend the value.   Cosmopolitanism, understood as recognition of a universal set of moral and political obligations and rights, has long been a core commitment of libertarian political thought. It remains, through the contemporary debates over globalization, a central source of controversy in political and social thought.


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Nationalism Versus Cosmopolitanism in German Thought and Culture, Essays on the Emergence of Europe by Mary Anne Perkins (Editor), Martin Liebscher (Editor). Nationalism Versus Cosmopolitanism in German Thought and Culture This book is a contribution to a 21st century understanding of the historical origins of the dual consciousness of national and European identity as they developed within the circles of 19th century German writers, theorists, philosophers, musicians, and : Nationalism versus cosmopolitanism in German thought and culture, essays on the emergence of Europe.

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Nationalism versus Cosmopolitanism in German Thought and Culture Essays on the Emergence of Europe - SAS-Space This collection of essays by scholars of international repute explores a particular polarity within 19th-century German thought: that of nationhood.

Nationalism versus Cosmopolitanism in German Thought and Culture Essays on the Emergence of EuropeAuthor: Martin Liebscher and Mary Anne Perkins.

Perkins, M. and M. Liebscher (eds) () Nationalism Versus Cosmopolitanism in German Thought and Culture, – Essays on the Emergence of Cited by: 1. Mary Anne Perkins, “Cosmopolitanism and Nationalism in the Writings of August Wilhelm and Friedrich Schlegel,” in Nationalism versus Cosmopolitanism in German Thought and Culture, – Essays on the Emergence of Europe, ed.

Mary Anne Perkins. Review of: Perkins, M.A. & Liebscher, M. (eds.), Nationalism versus Cosmopolitanism in German Thought and Culture, - Essays on the Emergence of Europe. LIBERAL NATIONALISM vs COSMOPOLITANISM sometimes a less presumptively universal, but nevertheless quite strong form of the argument is offered Many people are deeply attached to their nations and have formed strong bonds with their group.

Surely it is permissible for them to live in accordance with such deep desires and bonds?11 Hi. Mary Ann Perkins en Martin Liebscher (eds.), Nationalism versus Cosmopolitanism in German Thought and Culture, Essays on the Emergence of Europe.

Tijdschrift voor Filosofie (in progress); 4. Michel Leezenberg, De vloek van Oedipus. Nationalism versus cosmopolitanism in German thought and culture, ; essays on the emergence of Europe.

A companion to international history, Cosmopolitanism, Patriotism, Nationalism. Enlightenment in Germany combined universalism with patriotism, a rather unlikely combination in the twentieth century. over the nature and extent. Bishop, P. () Nationalism and europeanism in German Romantic literature.

In: Perkins, M.A. and Liebscher, M. (eds.) Nationalism Versus Cosmopolitanism in German Thought and Culture, Essays on the Emergence of Europe. Mellen: Lewiston, NY, pp. ISBN Full text not currently available from Enlighten. These arguments contrast sharply with the political writings of Max Weber, the heretical foil for Harrington’s thesis, here drawing on Wolfgang Mommsen’s () widely respected work on Weber’s often dramatized antinomies of science versus ethics, nationalism versus cosmopolitanism, or value-judgments versus factual statements.

Maike Oergel. Professor of German and Comparative Cultural Studies My first book The Return of King Arthur and the Nibelungen: M.A and LIEBSCHER, M., eds., Nationalism versus Cosmopolitanism in German Thought and Culture. Nationalism Versus Cosmopolitanism in German Thought and Culture, Essays on the Emergence of Europe3/5(1).

“Cosmopolitans and Locals in World Culture” by Ulf Hannerz approaches an understanding of the relationship between cosmopolitanism and locality in the world through the lens of the individual, while Mary Kaldor’s “Cosmopolitanism Versus Nationalism: The New Divide?” addresses the conflict between the application of cosmopolitanism in the political arena and notions of new.

Nationalism versus cosmopolitanism in German thought and culture, () Unity and diversity in European culture c. () The first cold warrior (). Nationalism versus Cosmopolitanism in German Thought and Culture, – Essays on the Emergence of Europe.

Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press. : Oisín Keohane. Book Description. Jewish cosmopolitanism is key to understanding both modern globalization, and the old and new nationalism. Jewish cultures existing in the Western world during the last two centuries have been and continue to be read as hyphenated phenomena within a specific national context, such as German-Jewish or American-Jewish culture.Culture and Nationalism German romanticism The "verlorene heimat." the redemption idea The doctrine of the "urvolk." the shades of the past Arndt's hatred of the french Kleist's german "catechism." Ludwig Jahn, a pioneer of hitlerism Arrogant germanism German jungle spirit The Burschenschaft Rome's influence on romanticism After damascus Frederick of Gentz Adam Muller and the romantic .‘National Monuments and the Mythologies of German Nationalism’, in Nationalism versus Cosmopolitanism in German Thought and Culture Essays on the Emergence of Europe, Mary Anne Perkins & Martin Liebscher (eds.), Lampeter: Edwin Mellen,pp.