'Vom faulen Holze lebend'?! - 'Remapping' the 'jungle' with Amo, Latino, Levinas et al.? - An attempt against forgetting and 'white'-washing, sad, racist '(a)e(sthe)tic(al)' texts of so called German 'prime fathers' et al.

von: Georg Schilling

GRIN Publishing, 2009

ISBN: 9783640448975 , 78 Seiten

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'Vom faulen Holze lebend'?! - 'Remapping' the 'jungle' with Amo, Latino, Levinas et al.? - An attempt against forgetting and 'white'-washing, sad, racist '(a)e(sthe)tic(al)' texts of so called German 'prime fathers' et al.


 

Document from the year 2009 in the subject Law - Philosophy, History and Sociology of Law, University of Vienna (Institut für Rechtsphilosophie, Religions- und Kulturrecht), course: What could universities 'learn' from Prof Dr Anton Wilhelm Amo?, language: English, abstract: Who was Anton Wilhelm AMO? What can we learn from him today? What should universities - with respect to so called 'knowledge management', so called 'divergent thinking', and anti-discriminatory measures learn from Amo, Levinas, Latino (De Sesa) et al ? These questions are raised as are questions with respect to rarely ever mentioned texts of KANT, HUME, HEGEL, ROUSSEAU and others, focussing on *anti-semitic, racist, misogyn(ist), uncritical, pseudo-scientific nonsense*, which is hardly ever mentioned in so called 'biographies' about some of these men often presented as ethical 'role models'.