Friedrich Gentz, an Opponent of the French Revolution and Napoleon: Paul Friedrich Reiff
Friedrich Gentz, an Opponent of the French Revolution and Napoleon (Classic Reprint): Paul F. Reiff
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This book offers a collection of texts by Carl Friedrich von Weizsaecker (1912-2007), a major German universal scientist who was also a pioneer in physics, philosophy, religion on issues of politics and peace research. He worked with Werner Heisenberg and Otto Hahn in the German Uranverein, obtained a patent for plutonium during World War II and was an opponent of the nuclear armament of the German armed forces (1957). Furthermore, he published a study on the inability to defend Germany (1971) that was instrumental in the debate on defensive defense since the mid 1970s. He wrote on war and peace, peace and truth, policy implications of nuclear energy, on ethical issues of modern strategy, on consequences of war and war prevention and on the theory of power. He coined the term world domestic policy which still covers a valid theory for political, institutional secured world peace in the atomic age.
Austrian-born economist Friedrich Hayek´s 1944 work, The Road to Serfdom, analyzes the ways in which excessive government planning can erode democracy. Published while World War II still raged, the work draws influential parallels between the totalitarianism of both socialism and Nazism and increasing control exerted by Western democracies. Drawing on observable evidence from Fascist Italy, Nazi Germany, and the Soviet Union, Hayek demonstrates the ways in which government economic planning, in particular, erodes the mechanisms of democracy and individual freedom along with it. A key work of the post-World War II era, The Road to Serfdom is still relevant today, more than 70 years after it was first published. It continues to be hailed by opponents of big government and central planning as well as defenders of free-market capitalism. Hayek has been translated into more than 20 languages and has influenced the economic policies of many governments. ungekürzt. Language: English. Narrator: Macat.com. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/060565de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
This study is based on the current understanding of parody as an ironic and metaliterary type of intertextuality. The affinity between parody and irony asserted in Early Romantic literary theory validates the application of the term to Goethes subtle novel. By presenting an intertextual solution to the enigma of the names, the study reveals the secret target of the narrators parodic wit to be the newly converted Friedrich Schlegel whose recent publications had just carried over previous attacks against Goethes Classicism from the realm of art into the fields of language theory and literature. The book shows how Goethe appropriated his opponents polemical language to retaliate with an ironic evocation of his charges and recommendations in the guise of a romantic novel.
Frankfurt (Germany), a cold November morning. Greece is bankrupt. The financial markets are collapsing. To appease the population, the German Central Bank retrieves its gold reserves from abroad. En route to the gold pyramid a heavily guarded gold transport is raided. Investigations are underway. A journalist asks lethal questions. Fake gold bars start to appear. But does the German gold even exist? How is the CIA involved? Have we all been conned? The reporter Markus Manx and Lena, a highly accomplished hacker, dig deeper and end up caught between all the players. Mercilessly their powerful opponents try to track them down. The race against time begins. But far too late ... Videotrailer: www.john-kellermann.de The pseudonym John Kellermann is used by the co-writers Dr. Georg Friedrich Doll und Stefan Loipfinger. Dr. Doll studied business economics and is the author of several non-fiction books. He was employed in the industrial and banking sectors for many years. For the last decade hes been a consultant. He lives and works in Hamburg. Stefan Loipfinger is a freelance economics journalist and a funds and investments specialist. The recipient of the Helmut Schmidt Journalism Award and the author of numerous non-fiction books, he has also been distinguished for consumer-friendly reporting. He lives and works in Bavaria.