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This essay concentrates on the reception of Oswald Spengler's book, „Der Untergang des Abendlandes” by German Protestant theologians in the early 1920s, who were more susceptible to the influence of this book than were philosophers. Just after the First World War, for example, Werner Elert,...
The first part of the correspondence between Friedrich August Tholuck, the leading theologian of the German Revival Movement, and Edward Bouverie Pusey, later the head of the Anglo-catholic Oxford-Movement, shows Pusey as a “pupil” of his German friends Tholuck, August Neander and Karl...
Zusammenfassung The Fischer controversy of the 1960s regarding the German Empire's responsibility for the outbreak of the First World War stands today as a pivotal debate for the question of whether the political culture of the Federal Republic has achieved a critical, self-reflexive view of...
Johann Joachim Spalding, Ueber die Nutzbarkeit des Predigtamtes und deren Beförderung (1772, 2 1773, 3 1791), hg. von Tobias Jersak, Kritische Ausgabe I/3, Tübingen (Mohr Siebeck) 2002, XXXIII + 392 S., ISBN 3-16-147807-X, Eur 99,–. Johann Joachim Spalding, Briefe an Gleim –...
Zusammenfassung Dieser Aufsatz vergleicht die beiden klassischen apologetischen Schriften, Moses Mendelssohns “Jerusalem” (1783) und Friedrich Schleiermachers Reden “Über die Religion” (1799), als Beispiele dafür, wie im Berlin des ausgehenden 18. Jahrhunderts die Religion und ihre...
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