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The Legacy of the German refugee intellectuals. Edited by Robert Boyers.

[1st Schocken ed.].. New York, Schocken Books [1972] .
ISBN 9780805234404, 0805234403

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Other Authors Boyers, Robert.
Subjects Emigration and immigration.
German literature -- Foreign countries.
Germany -- Emigration and immigration -- History -- 1933-1945.
Germany -- Intellectual life -- 20th century.
Intellectual life.
Intellectuals -- Germany.
Philosophy, German -- 20th century.
Philosophy, German.
Refugees -- Germany.
Description 306 pages portraits 21 cm
Copyright Date [1972]
Notes "With the exception of the article 'Moholy-Nagy: the risk and necessity of artistic adventurism', by Richard Kostelanetz, which has been omitted, this book is a reprint of the fall 1969-winter 1970 issue of Salmagundi."
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Six drawings / by Michael Dolen -- A memoir / by Henry Pachter -- Walter Benjamin, or Nostalgia / by Fredric Jameson -- The reception of existentialism in the United States / by Walter Kaufmann -- Max Wertheimer and gestalt psychology / by Rudolf Arnheim -- On Hannah Arendt: politics: as it is, was, might be / by George McKenna -- The heritage of socialist humanism / by George L. Mosse -- Introduction to T.W. Adorno / by Frederic Jameson -- Society / by T.W. Adorno -- After Karl Kraus / by Thomas W. Simons -- Thomas Mann and America / by Henry Hatfield -- The epochal innovations in Hermann Broch's narrative / by Erich Kahler -- Marcuse and the Freudian model: energy, information, and Phantasie / by Anthony Wilden -- Bertolt Brecht and America / by Iring Fetscher -- Karl Mannheim and the sociology of knowledge / by Edward Sagarin and Robert J. Kelly -- Otto Kirchheimer / by John H. Herz -- Felix Kaufman / by Reuben Abel -- Ernst Bloch -a Marxist romantic / by Jurgen Habermas.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Germany
Network Numbers (OCoLC)315072
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