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Reflektierte Trennung Vom Scheitern der ,,deutsch-jüdischen Symbiose“ bei Carl Schmitt und Ludwig Feuchtwanger – nach ihrem Briefwechsel

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This essay points out the great importance of the recently published exchange of letters between Carl Schmitt and his publisher Ludwig Feuchtwanger. Using unknown letters, it also outlines Schmitt's relationship with Jewish intellectuals before 1933, describes the dramatic development of the political-theological controversy, and honors Feuchtwanger as a postassimilationist Jewish intellectual and legal historian.


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