Bruno Bauer’s pamphlets on the fate of Europe during the years of the Crimean War seem to be a sort of intellectual prelude to the harsh confrontation between Germany and Russia in the following century. Resurgent fears of universal mon- archy and more recent attraction to dictatorship and racism contribute in Bauer’s reflection to a dramatic picture of the perishing Christian-Germanic world as pre- viously celebrated by Hegel. Bauer’s Russian writings, whose attractive on Carl Schmitt, Oswald Spengler and other exponents of German so-called reactionary modernism has still to be investigated more deeply, are analyzed in this paper in order to clarify their political context, internal development and their collocation in the nineteenth-century history of philosophy.

Monarchia universale e principio di nazionalità dopo il 1848. Bruno Bauer su Germania e Russia

BONACINA, GIOVANNI
2015-01-01

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Bruno Bauer’s pamphlets on the fate of Europe during the years of the Crimean War seem to be a sort of intellectual prelude to the harsh confrontation between Germany and Russia in the following century. Resurgent fears of universal mon- archy and more recent attraction to dictatorship and racism contribute in Bauer’s reflection to a dramatic picture of the perishing Christian-Germanic world as pre- viously celebrated by Hegel. Bauer’s Russian writings, whose attractive on Carl Schmitt, Oswald Spengler and other exponents of German so-called reactionary modernism has still to be investigated more deeply, are analyzed in this paper in order to clarify their political context, internal development and their collocation in the nineteenth-century history of philosophy.
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