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Hans Schwerte was a distinguished scholar, representing Germany's new start after the War, to all intents and purposes the personification of the liberal, open-minded professor. His cover was ... More about this title
How should Germany commemorate the murder of European Jews? Claus Leggewie and Erik Meyer explore the background of the fiercely-disputed Holocaust Memorial in Berlin.
In May 2005, the ... More about this title
An Alternative History of World War I
The First World War is an ideal field in which to discover characters who have triggered or accelerated decisive political developments. Timofej Kirpitchnikov is one of these more or less unknown ... More about this title
The Power of Symbols
Auguste Comte (1798–1857) is the founder of sociology and of positivism, a school of philosophy with followers all over the world. In order to disseminate his vision, he created an order which ... More about this title
On the Threshold of Modernism
Charles-Augustin Sainte-Beuve (1804 - 1869) was one of the 19th century's greatest literary critics. Admired, attacked and vastly influential, he was perhaps the most ardent reader in the history ... More about this title
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