Assimilation judéo-allemande et historiographie chez Hannah Arendt

Abstract : Hannah Arendt proposes to rewrite a theory of assimilated judaism in Germany, a rewriting in which she calls into question Jewish integration in a German context mainly understood in philological terms. Whether within the perspective of a philosophy of history, a theory of social history, or that of narrative technique, Arendt relates the recognition of the Jewish individual with his/her exclusion from a given context. For Arendt, then, the Jewish individual is barred not only from the possibility of 'reading' the world but also from forming a historical identity. She does not so much edify the memory of an actual process as a theory based upon what we choose to term the scriptural monument.
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Susanne Grund. Assimilation judéo-allemande et historiographie chez Hannah Arendt. Histoire. Université Nancy 2, 1998. Français. ⟨NNT : 1998NAN21001⟩. ⟨tel-01776420⟩

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