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Times of Democracy

The Unavoidable Democracy of Mid-Nineteenth-Century Denmark

Anne Engelst Nørgaard

was inscribed into an existing philosophy of history. In this context, participants used the concept to interpret the past, present, and future. This philosophy of history was connected to a concept of movement. Movement was a commonly used and not

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How Motion Shapes Thought in Cinema

The Embodied Film Style of Éric Rohmer

Maarten Coëgnarts

question. In their landmark study Philosophy in the Flesh , both authors have argued that humans have a natural tendency to structure the abstract concept of a change-of-state in terms of the familiar concept ofmovement” or “change of location.” They

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Blake Ewing

should see that we can find horizonal elements not only in temporal concepts or so-called concepts of movement. We should also look at how they are associated with seemingly time-neutral political concepts like liberty, justice, and equality. When we

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Scandinavianism

Mapping the Rise of a New Concept

Ruth Hemstad

political conditions and “space of experience” ( Erfahrungsraum ). 22 As a future-oriented concept, Scandinavianism served as a cultural and political mobilizing concept, a concept of movement ( Bewegungsbegriff ). 23 However, the anticipations of and