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Table of Contents Acknowledgements Introduction Chapter One: Stigma and Structure in German Memory Chapter Two: The Languages of Republicanism and West German Political Generations Chapter Three: The Forty-Fivers: A Generation between Fascism and Democracy Chapter Four: The German German -- The Integrative Republicanism of Wilhelm Hennis Chapter Five: The Non-German German -- The Redemptive Republicanism of Jürgen Habermas Chapter Six: Theory and Practice: Science, Technology and the Republican University Chapter Seven: The Crisis of the Republic: 1960--1967 Chapter Eight: 1968 and its Aftermath Chapter Nine: The Structure of Discourse in the 1980s and 1990s Chapter Ten: History, Multiculturalism and the Non-German German Chapter Eleven: German Germans and the Old Nation Chapter Twelve: Political Theology and the Dissolution of the Underlying Structure Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Germany -- History -- 1933-1945.
Collective memory -- Germany (West).
Intellectuals -- Germany (West) -- Attitudes.
National socialism -- Psychological aspects.
National characteristics, German.