The Question of German Guilt by Karl Jaspers, S.J. Joseph W. Koterski
The Question of German Guilt Karl Jaspers, S.J. Joseph W. Koterski ebook
Publisher: Fordham University Press
ISBN: 0823220680, 9780823220687
Found in the chapter “The German Standard of Armament in the Year 1939″ in Udo Walendy, Truth for Germany: The Guilt Question of the Second World War (VIotho/Weser: Verlag für Volkstum und Zeitgeschichtsforschung, 1981). In place of the long postwar period of economic growth in Germany, known as the Wirtschaftswunder, which saw some 4.8 million foreign workers attracted to the country, the situation now is that nearly 2 million German workers seek . The visit to Barnes at which the bad wine was served involved Binkley in one of the bitterest feuds in American academia, concerning the historical question of Germany's war guilt. Jaspers, Karl "The Question of German Guilt"; Jay, Martin "The Dialectical Imagination: A History of the Frankfurt School and the Institute of Social Research, 1923-1950"; Jung, C.G. War Guilt and the Peace Conference. In the ensuing debate, published below, political, legal and economic experts took up Habermas' criticisms, addressing in particular the question of the role of the German government in policies leading to what is being seen as the European They had to cope with Nazism, the Second World War, expulsion, captivity, moral ruin, individual guilt for crimes Germany had been involved in, then the division of Germany, the threat of nuclear destruction, and so on. In the years after the Nazi government fell, a philosophy professor at Hindenberg University lectured on a subject which burned the consciousness and conscience of thinking Germans. As you know, I've been following the Bearer Bonds Scandals, and the German gold audit story, for some time on this website, and many of you are. The terrorist attacks in Jordan on November 9th were apparently supposed to be a reminder of the 9-11 attacks, because November 9th is written "9.11." in many parts of the world. Over the last two days I've spent some time reading The Question of German Guilt by Karl Jaspers (E.B. Karl Jaspers, The Question of German Guilt (New York: Capricorn Books, 1961; reprint, New York: Dial Press, 1947). How many countries will Germany need to bail out before it has erased the guilt of the Holocaust? Originally got onto after reading Guilt By Association by Jeff Gates.