2 edition of Gottfried Kinkel as political and social thinker found in the catalog.
Gottfried Kinkel as political and social thinker
Alfred Robert Willy De Jonge
Bibliography: p. 151-156.
|Statement||by Alfred R. De Jonge, PH. D., based in part on sources gathered by the late Agnes B. Ferguson.|
|Series||Columbia University Germanic studies|
|Contributions||Ferguson, Agnes Beveridge, d. 1924.|
|LC Classifications||PT2377.K3 D4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 156 p.|
|Number of Pages||156|
|LC Control Number||26021312|
Johann Gottfried Herder () is a towering figure in modern thought, but one who has hitherto been severely underappreciated. Michael Forster seeks to rectify that situation He considers Herder's philosophy in the round and argues that it is both far more impressive in . Gottfried Kinkel was born on Aug (age years) in Germany. He is a celebrated poet. Nineteenth-century German poet known for Otto der Schutz, Der Grobschmied von Antwerpen, and other works. Also a revolutionary, he founded a political newspaper called Bonner Zeitung.
A Collection of Interesting, Important, and Controversial Perspectives Largely Excluded from the American Mainstream Media. German professor, poet and revolutionary Gottfried Kinkel (),2 produced a remarkable number of art songs, stage works and novels during her short life.3 Besides such typical Romantic themes as love and nature, Kinkel’s art songs also include socio-political subjects.
As it stands, the book is brilliantly and acutely political, but perhaps lacks a certain cultural depth. In a way it mirrors the writing of Hobbes (who is clearly one of the main inspirations of Carl Schmitt, Paul Gottfried, and James Burnham(1) -- a thinker who has also clearly inspired Gottfried). As a historian of the Renaissance and the rise of Christianity, Burckhardt was concerned with periods of social, political, and cultural transformation. Writing in the aftermath of the Revolutions and in the long shadow cast by the French Revolution of , he observed the rise of industrial capitalism and mass politics with trepidation.
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Author: Alfred Robert Willy De Jonge ISBN. Miss Ferguson died in before completing her thesis and her notes were given to Alfred Robert Willy de Jonge who used them as the foundation for his doctoral thesis"Gottfried Kinkel as a political and social thinker (Columbia University, ).
Summary Information Abstract. This collection contains Alfred de Jonge's doctoral thesis, "Gottfried Kinkel as a political and social thinker", previous thesis material by Agnes Beveridge Ferguson and correspondence of Johan Gottfried Kinkel.
Political reformer and early art historian at Bonn. Kinkel was the son of Johann Gottfried Kinkel, a minister, and Sibylla Marie Beckmann (Kinkel). Kinkel studied theology at Bonn and Berlin, where and Jakub Burckhardt (q.v.) became friends. After completion of his Ph.
(at Heidelberg) on Hesiod, he became a privatdozent of theology at Bonn in During an trip to Italy, Kinkel. GOTTFRIED KINKEL VOL 1 and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to Gottfried Kinkel Vol 1 book pdf for free now. Jacob Burckhardt. Author: Maurizio Ghelardi ISBN: UOM Genre: Art File Size: MB Gottfried Kinkel As Political And Social Thinker.
For a discussion of Kinkel’s development as a social and political thinker see: De Jonge, Alfred, Gottfried Kinkel as Political and Social Thinker, New York, Columbia University Germanic Studies, Columbia University Press, (Diss.), Google Scholar. Johann Gottfried Kinkel (11 August – 13 November ) was a German poet also noted for his revolutionary activities and his escape from a Prussian prison in Spandau with the help of his friend Carl Schurz Early life.
He was born at Oberkassel (now part of Bonn). Having studied theology at. 14 works Search for books with subject Gottfried Kinkel (). Search. Conrad Ferdinand Meyer und Gottfried Kinkel Emil Bebler Not In Library.
Gottfried Kinkel as political and social thinker Alfred Robert Willy DeJonge Not In Library. Not In Library. Not In Library. Gottfried Kinkel Kinkel, Gottfried. This study analyzes and interprets exemplary poems and prose texts from the extensive work of the pre-revolutionary (Vormärz) author Gottfried Kinkel () from a historical and functional perspective.
In addition, the work provides a (works) biographical outline of Kinkel's eventful life. Based on the texts, Kinkel's development is traced from a constitutional liberal to a radical.
In order to mobilize the American public, and, of course, to collect donations for their cause, these (ex-)leaders of the revolutions traveled to the United States sometime in the s and organized extensive lecturing and fundraising tours: Gottfried Kinkel (September to March ), Amand Goegg (December to July ), Kossuth.
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After the rescue of Kinkel, Schurz stayed in Paris briefly, then moved to London and settled near the Kinkels. Here he met Margarethe Meyer, the sister of the wife of a fellow exile, and they were married in July Not wanting to remain in political exile in Europe, they sailed for New York the following month, arriving in September Tracing the development of German socialism in Britain and on the continent in the mid-nineteenth century, this is the first substantial study to combine two very important aspects: an analysis of this crucial stage in socialist political theory development and the examination of the social and cultural environment of this immigrant community.Journal of the Royal Institute of International Affairs, Vol.
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