Daily Archives: 16 November, 2010

Transit 40: Editorial

Copyright © 2010 by Transit-Europäische Revue. All rights reserved. This work may be used, with this header included, for noncommercial purposes. No copies of this work may be distributed electronically, in whole or in part, without written permission from Transit. Transit – Europäische Revue, Nr. 40/2010 Editorial Der Zusammenbruch des Sowjetimperiums ließ das herrschende Narrativ …
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How European States Export Censorship

When Austrian cartoonist Gerhard Haderer wrote and illustrated a book in 2002 satirizing the Gospels, he no doubt anticipated controversy.[1] He did not, however, expect to face time in a Greek prison. In his book titled The Life of Jesus, Haderer, best known for his biting caricatures in the German newsweekly Stern, depicts Jesus as …
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From the Urban Horizon to Logical Space: Notes On Contemporary Pedagogical Philosophy

I The first part of this essay attempted to portray an extraordinary, though often overlooked continuity in the history of social philosophy.[1] Understood as an attempt to dissolve intrigue through the clearing of occluded horizons, we compared the social-philosophical attempts of ancient Athens and turn-of-the-century Vienna by describing the affinities between reflection and reduction. In …
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