L'Antisemitisme Eclaire: Inclusion Et Exclusion Depuis L'Epoque Des Lumieres Jusqu'a L'Affaire Dreyfus / Inclusion and Exclusion: Perspectives on Jews ... Series in Jewish Studies) (French Edition)

L'Antisemitisme Eclaire: Inclusion Et Exclusion Depuis L'Epoque Des Lumieres Jusqu'a L'Affaire Dreyfus / Inclusion and Exclusion: Perspectives on Jews ... Series in Jewish Studies) (French Edition)

ISBN10: 9004129723
ISBN13: 978-9004129726
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Title: L'Antisemitisme Eclaire: Inclusion Et Exclusion Depuis L'Epoque Des Lumieres Jusqu'a L'Affaire Dreyfus / Inclusion and Exclusion: Perspectives on Jews ... Series in Jewish Studies) (French Edition)
Publisher: Brill; Bilingual edition (August 28, 2003)
Language: French
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Pages: 392 pages
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L'Antisemitisme Eclaire: Inclusion Et Exclusion Depuis L'Epoque Des Lumieres Jusqu'a L'Affaire Dreyfus / Inclusion and Exclusion: Perspectives on Jews ... Series in Jewish Studies) (French Edition)



This volume principally deals with perceptions on Jews dating from the beginnings of their emancipation to the Dreyfus Affair. The title in French, and the original title of the colloquium in Hebrew, 'Enlightened Antisemitism' not only reflects the overall anti-religious (anti-Christian and, hence, by necessity, anti-Jewish) sentiments of an Enlightenment figure such as Voltaire, but also refers to those who justified either their philosemitism or antisemitism with erudition: Johann David Michaelis, Antoine Guenee, Charles Maurras, etc. With France as its focal point, the volume also contains essays that treat various perceptions of Jews during the same period in England, Germany, and Italy. Interdisciplinary in nature, this collection of essays treats the Jewish question from historical, literary, and sociological angles.

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