Bücher Herbst 2015 von Hentrich & Hentrich Verlag Berlin

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sprachwissenschaft language as bridge and border linguistic cultural and political constellations in eighteenth to twentieth centuries germanjewish thought edited by sabine sander ca 320 pages hardcover 17,3 x 24,8 cm ca € 35,00 isbn 978-3-95565-113-8 october 2015 a rich variety of language concepts originated within the german-jewish context since the haskala many jewish scholars had multilingual skills were familiar with traditional jewish commentary or grew up on the border between different cultures and denominations in the articles gathered in this volume language does not emerge as an isolated phenomenon but develops with reflections on the relation between language and politics including questions of identity exclusion and inclusion language loss and criticism or messianic concepts language turns out to be a social fabric that can build bridges and draw borders examining the historical and sociocultural background of these concepts allows insights into the structure of human expression and its bearing on issues facing multicultural societies today content a natural yet providential tongue moses mendelssohn on hebrew as a language of action avi lifschitz “i who knows no hebrew” on the relation of language identity and millenarian expectations as exemplified by oliger paulli jeannine kunert |between language philosophy and politics salomon munk the ›wissenschaft des judentums‹ and the oriental studies in paris chiara adorisio a prayer for those who wield power hanoten teshu’a variations and models of jewish identity in nineteenth-century germany ramona fändrich language and messianity in judaism donatella di cesare messianic universalism the social ethics and dialogue philosophy of hermann cohen martin buber and karl löwith sabine sander ›you write the language of abnormal gullibility‹ fritz mauthner und gustav landauer in a dispute over language and politics gerald hartung lost spaces lost in space spatial memory and language attitudes of german-jewish emigrants in palestine in the 1930s and 1940s arndt kremer language and instability scholem and bialik on language and secularization ilit ferber ›sprachwurzellos‹ reflections on exile and rootedness dörte bischoff breakfast with mr and mrs nobody or the artfulness of language a psychoanalytic view of language and politics christine kirchhoff marx nietzsche freud towards a history of ›theory‹ in modern jewish thought philipp von wussow |›words like things‹ siegfried kracauer on language the filmic and the photographic image elke dubbels linguistic materiality on literary forms of memory after/of the shoah leena petersen 12