New German Critique 37:3

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New German Critique 37:3
Journal Issue Volume 37, Number 3 Number: 111 Published: 2010 An issue of New German Critique


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1. Lamenting Language Itself: Gershom Scholem on the Silent Language of Lamentation–Lina Barouch

2. Franz Rosenzweig: Homelessness in Time–Louis P. Blond

3. Franz Rosenzweig's "Oldest System-Program"–Benjamin Pollock

4. The Reification of Consciousness: Husserl's Phenomenology in Lukács's Identical Subject-Object]–Richard Westerman

5. Thinking beyond Secularization: Walter Benjamin, the "Religious Turn," and the Poetics of Theory–Daniel Weidner

6. Cutting to the Chase: Carl Schmitt and Hans Blumenberg on Political Theology and Secularization–Pini Ifergan

7. Just before the "Straussians": The Development of Leo Strauss's Political Thought from the Weimar Republic to America–Adi Armon

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