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Toward the Century of Words: Johann Cotta and the Politics of the Public Realm in Germany, 1795-1832 Libro EPUB, PDF

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Toward the Century of Words: Johann Cotta and the Politics of the Public Realm in Germany, 1795-1832 978-0520066403 MOBI TORRENT por Daniel Moran
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  • Título Original: Toward the Century of Words: Johann Cotta and the Politics of the Public Realm in Germany, 1795-1832
  • Autor del libro: Daniel Moran
  • ISBN: 978-0520066403
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  • Realese fecha:1987-05-05
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In the decades between the French Revolution and the first stirrings of liberalism in the 1830s, German political culture defined itself apart from that of its neighbors to the west. Focusing on the career of Johann Cotta, the preeminent publisher of his generation, this book offers a lens through which we can more fully understand these turbulent years. Cotta is a familia In the decades between the French Revolution and the first stirrings of liberalism in the 1830s, German political culture defined itself apart from that of its neighbors to the west. Focusing on the career of Johann Cotta, the preeminent publisher of his generation, this book offers a lens through which we can more fully understand these turbulent years. Cotta is a familiar figure in the history of German letters, but his public life has never been studied comprehensively. He financed and directed the Allgemeine Zeitung of Augsburg, which would become one of the great European newspapers of the nineteenth century. He was the first German to convert money and cultural prestige into political power by means of the press. Cotta and his colleagues emerge not as liberals, but as characteristic figures of the Reform era. Their aim was to define and institutionalize a realm of thought and action beyond the control of the state, but short of opposed to it—a "public" realm in which intellectual independence and political loyalty would be equally well served.