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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Hans-Joachim Zimmermann; Universität Heidelberg.; University of Maryland.
|Notes:||Based on lectures given by scholars from the University of Maryland and Ruprecht-Karl-Universität.|
|Description:||181 pages ; 21 cm|
|Contents:||Rundell, W. American revolutionary ideals.--Vitzthum, R.C. Philip Freneau and intellectual freedom.--Janes, R.W. The relevance of C. Wright Mills' radical sociological theory to intellectual freedom.--Majeska, G. Freedom in the thought of the Slavophile theologians.--Harrison, H.V. The environmental crisis and its challenge to freedom and democracy.--Bogen, D.S. Freedom of speech in the United States Supreme Court.--Selge, K.V. The freedoof Christian man.--Conze, W. The political concept of freedom in German history.--Michelsen, P. America and freedom in the German 19th century novel.--Schluchter, W. Rationalization and freedom in Max Weber's sociology.--Doehring, K The two concepts of freedom in international law.--Schneider, H. Freedom of speech in the constitutional law of the Federal Republic of Germany.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Hans-Joachim Zimmermann.|