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Cosmopolitanism and the national state. Translated by Robert B. Kimber. Introd. by Felix Gilbert.


Princeton, N.J., Princeton University Press, 1970.
ISBN 9780691051772, 0691051771

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Standard Title Weltbürgertum und Nationalstaat. English
Subjects Allemagne -- Politique et gouvernement.
Cosmopolitanism.
Cosmopolitisme -- Allemagne.
Germany -- Politics and government.
Germany.
Nationalism -- Germany.
Nationalism.
Nationalisme -- Allemagne.
Politics and government
Description xv, 403 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date 1970.
Notes Translation of Weltbürgertum und Nationalstaat.
Includes bibliographical references.
Translation of Weltbürgertum und Nationalstaat.
Contents Book I: Nation, State, and Cosmopolitanism in the Development of the German Idea of the National State -- General Remarks on the Nation, the National State, and Cosmopolitanism -- The Nation and the National State after the Seven Years' War -- Wilhelm von Humboldt in the Last Decade of the Eighteenth Century -- Novalis and the Friedrich Schlegel in the Years of Early Romanticism -- Friedrich Schlegel in the Transition to Political Romanticism -- Fichte and the Idea of the German National State in the Years 1806-1813 -- Adam Muller in the Years 1808-1813 -- Stein, Gneisenau, and Wilhelm von Humboldt in the Years 1812-1815 -- Transition to the Restoration Period: A Glace at Public Opinion -- Haller and the Circle of Friedrich Wilhelm IV -- Hegel -- Ranke and Bismarck -- Book II: The Prussian National State adn the German National State -- Beginnings of the Prusso-German Problem: From Moser to Friedrich von Gagern -- The Prusso-German Problem from March to September 1848 -- Heinrich von Gagern's Attempt to Win Prussia -- The Promulgation of the Prussian Constitution of December 5, 1848 -- The Period from the Promulgation of the Constitution to the Election of the Kaiser -- From Heinrich von Gagern to Bismarck -- Further Development of the Prusso-German Problem -- Epilogue to the Third Edition -- The Prusso-German Problem in 1921.
Geographic Area Germany
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1269809
(OCoLC)ocm01269809
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WorldCat Identities Meinecke, Friedrich, 1862-1954.
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