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Martin Wein

In History of the Jews in the Bohemian Lands, Martin Wein traces the interaction of Czechs and Jews, but also of Christian German-speakers, Slovaks, and other groups in the Bohemian lands and in Czechoslovakia throughout the first half of the twentieth century. This period saw accelerated nation-building and nation-cleansing in the context of hegemony exercised by a changing cast of great powers, namely Austria-Hungary, France, Nazi Germany, and the Soviet Union. The author examines Christian-Jewish and inner-Jewish relations in various periods and provinces, including in Subcarpathian Ruthenia, emphasizing interreligious alliances of Jews with Protestants, such as T. G. Masaryk, and political parties, for example a number of Social Democratic ones. The writings of Prague’s Czech-German-Jewish founders of theories of nationalism, Hans Kohn, Karl W. Deutsch, and Ernest Gellner, help to interpret this history.

Aaron Skabelund

, Provo, UT 84602, USA aaron_skabelund@byu.edu Received 7 March 2008, Accepted 23 June 2008 Abstract During the fi rst half of the twentieth century, the Shepherd Dog came to be strongly identifi ed with Imperial and Nazi Germany, as well as with many other masters in the colonial world. Th rough its

Eros and Revolution

The Critical Philosophy of Herbert Marcuse

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Javier Sethness Castro

In Eros and Revolution, Javier Sethness Castro presents a comprehensive intellectual and political biography of the world-renowned critical theorist Herbert Marcuse (1898-1979). Investigating the origins and development of Marcuse's dialectical approach vis-à-vis Hegel, Marx, Fourier, Heidegger, and Freud as well as the central figures of the Frankfurt School—Horkheimer, Adorno, Neumann, Fromm, and Benjamin—Sethness Castro chronicles the radical philosopher's lifelong activism in favor of anti-capitalism, anti-fascism, and anti-authoritarianism together with Marcuse's defiant revindication of global libertarian-socialist revolution as the precondition for the realization of reason, freedom, and human happiness. Beyond examining Marcuse's revolutionary life and contributions, moreover, the author contemplates the philosopher's relevance to contemporary struggle, especially with regard to ecology, feminism, anarchism, and the general cause of worldwide social transformation.

- bership of any professional group in Germany. This fact becomes less surprising as one follows Sax’s demonstration of the degree to which Nazi philosophy and prac- tices were deeply bound up with a contradictory complex of myths, categorizations, laws, dietary habits, and racist biology around the Žgure

Boria Sax

emotions that it summons can obscure all nuances. Nazi Germany has been extensively studied, but it is generally studied in isolation from what came before and what came after, as if it were an aberration. On the contrary, however, the movement simply epitomizes the terrors and delusions that have filled

Erin Evans

© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2010 DOI: 10.1163/156853010X510762 Society and Animals 18 (2010) 231-250 brill.nl/soan Constitutional Inclusion of Animal Rights in Germany and Switzerland: How Did Animal Protection Become an Issue of National Importance? Erin Evans University of California

Katherine Perlo

’s attack on hierarchical principles justiŽes Singer ’s (1976) use of the phrase “All animals are equal” as the title of an article. Bahro (1986), a Marxist turned environmentalist and New Leftist, rejected the Marxist worship of industrialism and explicitly supported animals, leaving the German Green Party

Garry Marvin

saccharine adaptation by Disney has shaped the attitude to deer, deer hunting and wilderness for a multitude of people. He interprets the mythology of Bambi in terms of the intellectual atmosphere in Freud's Vienna, 92 Jungian archetypes, Christian and pagan mythology, attitudes to Germans and Germany

Jeffrey Lee Rasmussen, Heather D. Craft and D.W. Rajecki

. Arluke and Sax (1992) have shown that in Nazi Germany there was touching concern for certain animals, and terrible antipathy for certain humans. As noted, our thesis is that labels matter in attitudes and behavior. The goal of this project was to expand the extent of research on the effects of labels and