10 edition of Theory of the post-war periods found in the catalog.
Theory of the post-war periods
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|Statement||Peter Sloterdijk ; with a foreword by Klaus-Dieter Müller ; translated from the German by Robert Payne.|
|Series||TRACE : transmission in rhetorics, arts, and cultural evolution|
|LC Classifications||DD120.F8 .S5613 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||50 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||50|
|LC Control Number||2008939460|
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The new aspect is the book s study of both France and Germany in its discussion of post-war issues. Download Theory of the Post-War Periods. Theory of the Post-War Periods Observations on Franco-German relations since : Theory of the Post-War Periods: Observations on Franco-German relations since (TRACE Transmission in Rhetorics, Arts and Cultural Evolution) (): Peter Sloterdijk, Robert Payne, Klaus-Dieter Müller: BooksCited by: 5.
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The new aspect is the book’s study of both France and Germany in its discussion of post-war issues. The reader is given insights into the approaches France and Germany took in their self-evaluation processes.
In one case the issue is the admission of total humiliation, and in the other it is salvaging a. Theory of the Post-War Periods Observations on Franco-German relations since Foreword by Müller, Klaus-Dieter.
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TRACE Transmission in Rhetorics, Arts and Cultural .Post-war developments and transition figures Though postmodernist literature does not refer to everything written in the postmodern period, several post-war developments in literature (such as the Theatre of the Absurd, the Beat Generation, and Magic Realism) have significant similarities.
It puts forward a new and cogent aesthetic theory in its analysis not only of the wartime ‘concentrationary’, but also of the role of the survivor in a post-war world where traces of the same phenomena persist unseen in the everyday.” • Sue Vice, University of Sheffield “This is an authoritative, clear, and insightful :