By Jürgen Matthäus, Frank Bajohr
Desaparecidos tras los juicios de Núremberg en 1946, los diarios de Alfred Rosenberg, vital ideólogo del Partido Nacional Socialista en Alemania, fueron descubiertos recientemente. Ahora, por primera vez, se presentan en una edición completa, con comentarios de los reconocidos especialistas Jürgen Matthäus y Frank Bajohr. Los escritos de Rosenberg muestran que su papel en l. a. preparación y ejecución del Holocausto ha sido claramente subestimado: Rosenberg fue uno de los antisemitas más virulentos desde los angeles misma fundación del partido nazi y apoyó el genocidio hasta sus últimos momentos. Este documento único ofrece claves importantes acerca de l. a. dinámica de violencia creada por el régimen nacionalsocialista.
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When he comes to list the 'modern' masters of philosophical criticism, Harris cites Vida and the elder Scaliger, and from France, Rapin, Boileau, Le Bossu, and Bouhours. The English tradition does not reach back before the Restoration (before the influence of continental models): here Harris cites only Mulgrave's Essay upon Poetry (1692), Roscommon's Essay on Translated Verse (1684), Shaftesbury's Advice to an Author (1710), and Pope's Essay on Criticism. ) Harris's list seems remarkable mainly for its omissions.
Not only art but criticism can be conceived as structured by analogy with the state (as Addison's Spectator Club fosters discussion among representatives of all its enfranchised interests); not only the experience of art but also of criticism (such as the Spectator) can be understood as providing education in the values of that society. Literature, morals, and politics - to borrow the terms of Abel Boyer's title — will form a single, continuous polite realm, where the critic as much as the poet may range freely, a common ground from which both can assert, with a directness not possible since the eighteenth century, that their activities serve the state.
In poetry as in politics, Peter Hohendahl explains, such criticism 'is based on the idea of restricting the power of authority through the concept of law' (p. ' In this new 'public sphere' carved out of the absolutist state, gentlemen of taste could govern themselves. Just as the societies for the reformation of manners which sprang up in England after 1688 appear to their modern historian Dudley Bahlman as 'signs of English freedom', 'of the withdrawal of the government from certain 22 Goldsmith, Works, I, p.
Alfred Rosenberg. Diarios 1934--1944 by Jürgen Matthäus, Frank Bajohr