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Paul de Lagarde, 1829-1891; a study of radical conservatism in Germany.
Robert W. Lougee
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The fin-de-siècle intellectual school of the s – including Gabriele d'Annunzio and Enrico Corradini in Italy; Maurice Barrès, Edouard Drumont and Georges Sorel in France; and Paul de Lagarde, Julius Langbehn and Arthur Moeller van den Bruck in Germany – saw social and political collectivity as more important than individualism and. Early life Youth: – Paul-Michel Foucault was born on 15 October in the city of Poitiers, west-central France, as the second of three children in a prosperous and socially conservative upper-middle-class family. Family tradition prescribed naming him after his father, Paul Foucault, but his mother insisted on the addition of "Michel"; referred to as "Paul" at Born: Paul-Michel Foucault, 15 October , .
The Conservative Revolution (German: Konservative Revolution, lit. 'Conservative Revolution'), also known as the "neo-conservative" or "neo-nationalist" movement, was a German national conservative movement prominent during the Weimar Republic (–), in the years between World War I and Nazi Germany. Conservative Revolutionaries were involved in a . On anti-Semitism, see Peter Pulzer, The Rise of Political Anti-Semitism in Germany and Austria (New York, ), and on its most interesting mouthpiece, Robert W. Lougee, Paul de Lagarde, – A Study of Radical Conservatism in Germany (Cambridge, MA, ).
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Robert Lougee’s book provides invaluable insights into nineteenth-century German romanticism, conservatism, and pietism.
Lagarde, a model of the German scholar, is treated as a link between early radical conservatism in nineteenth-century romantic literature and its. The University of Chicago Press. Books Division.
Chicago Distribution Center. A Study of Radical Conservatism in Germany Lagarde and Germany after CHAPTER VIII. An Evaluation of Lagarde’ s Historical Role Lagarde, Paul de, Audience: Professional and scholarly.
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Germany history. Klaus Epstein, The Genesis of German Conservatism () establishes the existence of a strong current of conservative thought and action in Germany in the late 18th century, if not a real conservative movement; the book carries the story up to Get this from a library.
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Conservatives seek to preserve a range of institutions such as religion, parliamentary government, and property rights, with the aim of. Germany's Prophet: Paul de Lagarde and the Origins of Modern Antisemitism (The Tauber Institute Series for the Study of European Jewry) by Sieg, Ulrich () Hardcover on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers/5(2).
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Paul de Lagarde, ; a study of radical conservatism in Germany by Robert W Lougée (Book) The politics of cultural despair: a study in the rise of the Germanic ideology by Fritz Stern.
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Völkisch intellectual Paul de Lagarde questioned the viability of liberal society as much as Fitzhugh. For the Southerners, liberal modernity not only represented miscegenation, emancipation, and the loss of wealth but chaos, anarchy, and Author: Stefan Roel Reyes.
Other articles where Paul Anton de Lagarde is discussed: Thomas Mann: World War I and political crisis: German nationalistic and antidemocratic thinkers Paul Anton de Lagarde and Houston Stewart Chamberlain, the apostle of the superiority of the “Germanic” race, toward National Socialism; and Mann later was to repudiate these ideas.
Weimar Republic and Nazi oppression. Conservatism in Germany was shaken by the lost World War I and the German Revolution of –The thinkers of the conservative revolution, a reaction to the lapse of the once venerated monarchical tradition, strived for an inventive realignment (new world order) based on continuous principles while in the late s the.
The first essentially sets the scene, establishing the coordinates of nationalist thinking under the Kaiserreich, explicating radical nationalism's main intellectual influences (notably Heinrich von Treitschke and Paul de Lagarde, progenitors respectively of the ‘statist’ and ‘culturalist’ lines of descent), while stressing the impact Author: Geoff Eley.
IB History: Springtime for Hitler and Germany. winter for poland and my history grade. STUDY. PLAY. Hitler's imprisonment, he briefly led the party. As the leader of the wing of the party that emphasized a socially radical program, he soon came into conflict with Hitler.
Paul de Lagarde.Stern's book gives us valuable insight into currents of German thinking from the 19th century up to the rise of National Socialism in the 20s and 30s.
Stern's books focuses on the writings of Paul de Lagarde, Julius Langbehn, and Moeller van den Bruck. Paul de Lagarde was a biblical scholar and a master of oriental languages like Aramaic and /5(15).For Paul de Lagarde (), too, treated here in an essay by Ulrich Sieg, Jewish-borne lib‐ eralism ("the gray international") represented the greatest danger to the newly united Reich, its monarchical institutions, and its religion.
In one important respect Sieg revises the familiar por‐ trait drawn by Fritz Stern: Lagarde was never the.