By Matthew Sharpe, Rory Jeffs, Jack Reynolds
This booklet is a set of in particular commissioned articles at the key continental eu philosophical hobbies on the grounds that 1914. It indicates how each one of those our bodies of idea has been formed by way of their responses to the horrors set in educate by means of international battle I, and considers even if we're but ‘post-post-war’. The outbreak of global battle I in August 1914,set in chain a sequence of crises and re-configurations, that have endured to form the realm for a century: industrialized slaughter, the tip of colonialism and ecu empires, the increase of the us, fiscal crises, fascism, Soviet Marxism, the gulags and the Shoah. the vast majority of the most important routine in ecu pondering (phenomenology, psychoanalysis, Hegelianism, Marxism, political theology, severe thought and neoliberalism) have been cast in, or formed via, makes an attempt to come back to phrases with the worldwide trauma of the area Wars. this is often the 1st ebook to explain the advance of those pursuits after international battle I, and as such delivers to be of curiosity to philosophers and historians of philosophy round the world.
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15 See especially The Russo-Japanese War, five volumes; compiled by the General Staff, War Office (1906–1910). For a guide to current trends, see Kowner, ed. (2007). 16 See Trask (1981), 70–81. 17 Langer (1935). 11 12 2 Singin’ in the Shade: An Introduction to Post-Post-War Thought 31 Revolution of 1756,18 when the English treacherously broke off their traditional connection to the Austrian Hapsburgs and embraced the warlike Frederick. Everyone knows who defeated Napoleon at Waterloo, but in further pursuit of a literal keynote, consider the opening lines of the Prussian National Anthem: Heil dir im Siegerkranz, Herrscher des Vaterlands!
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