The National Element in Hermann Cohen's Philosophy and by Hartwig Wiedebach

By Hartwig Wiedebach

Hartwig Wiedebach, Herman Cohen files, college of Zurich. Translated by means of William Templer, Simon Dubnow Institute for Jewish heritage and tradition, college of Leipzig

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95 38 part one possible as well.

86 Cf. Wiedebach. “Stufen zu einer religiösen Metaphorik. Der ‘andere’ Cohen in Skizzen eines Editors,” Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie 59 (2011): 295–309. 87 Unsourced in: Der Jude (1916): 282; but compare Lazarus. Was heißt national? (1880): 43. biographical profile of an idea 33 II When we consult our feelings about race coolly and honestly, we have to admit that we recognize race. I would even say: we all wish we had the Germanic physique of which we only suffer the side effects of climate.

The borders were closed for Jewish workers on April 23, 1918, shortly after Cohen’s death. 60 Cf. Der Jude. (June 1916): 156. This clear declaration of “solidarity” seems to have only been the result of a letter by Cohen himself. Compare Cohen’s letter to Buber dated June 4th, 1916, published by H. Wiedebach in: Jewish Studies Quarterly 6 (1999) 381. A remark by Buber to Hugo Bergman also reveals a certain distance: “Of the representatives of different strands of Judaism, it’s Hermann Cohen’s turn in No 3 (June edition),” from a Letter to Bergman, Mar 22, 1916 (Bergman Archive at The National Library of Israel, Jerusalem, letters, folder 603).

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