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Adam Hansen

, Mein Kampf (1925/6), trans. Ralph Mannheim (London: Pimlico, 1992), 235-236. 27 Andrew G. Bonnell, Shylock in Germany: Antisemitism and the German Theatre from the Enlightenment to the Nazis (London: Tauris Academic Studies, 2008), 141. 28 Ibid., 164

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Translating the Concept of Experiment in the Late Eighteenth Century

From the English Philosophical Context to the Greek-Speaking Regions of the Ottoman Empire

Eirini Goudarouli and Dimitris Petakos

and Technology in the European Periphery: Some Historiographical Reflections,” History of Science 46, no. 2 (2008): 153-175, here 167. 53 Schaffer, “Glass Works,” 73. 54 S.J. Barnett, The Enlightenment and Religion: The Myths of Modernity

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The Social Life of Fighting Words

The Case of Political Correctness

Ronald S. Stade

toward the end of the twentieth century. In the meantime, the concept of political correctness had become a fighting word in the public sphere and in popular culture. No longer burdened with academic references to such things as cultural canons, the

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Cyrus Shahan

was no logical telos, but rather experiential motion that infolded. The sampled and spoken narratives made audible the Enlightenment’s dialectical trap of state imprisonment or private freedom, of action for the self or for the public, of the legacy of

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Samuel Salzborn

, such people prefer to present themselves as simply “concerned citizens,” despite actually having racist, völkisch , and nationalist attitudes, with a disdain for rational thought, equal rights, and the heritage of the Enlightenment. These are very much

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Anna Tsing

our discipline: tap our constitutive ambivalence about the Enlightenment figure Man. Working through this figure might provide a better description of current environmental nightmares. Our condition, I argue: Earth stalked by Man. 1 Another way of

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Enwinding Social Theory

Wind and Weather in Zulu Zionist Sensorial Experiences

Rune Flikke

subject and object, material and immaterial, and wind and spirit hardened and changed. During the Enlightenment, the body emerged as a separate and distinct object—not what people were, but something they related to (e.g., Harris et al. 2013: 172) . As

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Marilyn Strathern

kinship and its reproductive potential appear to be a problem with respect to one of the major preoccupations of the Enlightenment that the bourgeois of nineteenth-century England inherited: nature as at once a positive and a negative force in human

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Myra Marx Ferree, Jeffrey Luppes, Randall Newnham, David Freis, David N. Coury, Carol Hager and Angelika von Wahl

steeped in left-leaning politics and had been in search of a more authentic spiritual experience. Several had travelled to the Muslim world and met a future spouse who was Muslim. Others still draw on the legacy of the Enlightenment and its emphasis on

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Sophie Meunier

rayonnement that they used to, nor do the intellectuals who produce them. From the Enlightenment thinkers of the eighteenth century to the Saint-Germain-des-Prés intellectuals of the postwar years, French luminaries provided a worldwide audience guidance on