GER 305 : GERMAN INTELLECTUAL HISTORY

An interdisciplinary seminar that investigates some of the key intellectual discussions surrounding critique, praxis and emancipation in the German-speaking world since the Enlightenment. Focuses on theoretical texts that explore prominent issues in aesthetics, philosophy, and politics as well as the rhetorical strategies of knowledge production. Humanities credit. Cross-listed with PHI 230.
GEP, Major, Minor, Elective credit.

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