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Betz
ISBN: 978-0-470-67492-5
Paperback
372 pages
February 2012, Wiley-Blackwell
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Hamann is gradually being recognized as one of the most important and original critics of the Enlightenment. This much-needed, comprehensive introduction to his fascinating life and controversial works explores his views on a range of topics – including faith, reason, history, hermeneutics, aesthetics, politics, the origin of language, and the relationship between Judaism and Christianity. Focusing upon his engagements with famous contemporaries and friends, such as Kant, Herder, and Mendelssohn, it also offers a unique perspective on the intellectual debates of the time. Moreover, in and through these debates, Betz presents Hamann as the prophetic founder of a distinctly post-modern, post-secular theology, and as such, an alternative to the postmodern philosophies of Nietzsche, Heidegger, and Derrida.

After Enlightenment demonstrates the continued relevance of Hamann today, reprising the debate between those defending his views and those labeling him the bête noir of the Enlightenment.

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