New German Critique

Papers
(The TQCC of New German Critique is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
ArticleCitations
Laocoön’s Scream; or, Lessing Redux9
Otto Kirchheimer and the Frankfurt School: Failed Collaborations in the Search for a Critical Theory of Politics7
Hannah Arendt’s Contribution to a Critique of Political Economy2
The Call: Leo Strauss on Heidegger, Secularization, and Revelation2
Hannah Arendt, Karl Jaspers, and World Citizenship Rethought2
Natural History and Aesthetic Truth inAesthetic Theory2
What IsLeitkultur?2
Reification and the Duty to Work Through the Past: On Critical Theory and Temporality2
The Ends of (German) Film Criticism: On Recurring Doomsday Scenarios and the New Algorithmic Culture2
Introduction: Hans Blumenberg at 1012
Looking Away: On Théodore Géricault’s The Raft of the Medusa and the Narration of Political Pedagogy in The Aesthetics of Resistance1
On the “Spiritual” in Aesthetic Experience; or, The “Nonfactual in Facticity”1
Affordances of a New Language: Abbas Khider’s Claim to Community inGerman for Everyone1
Traces of the Other: Adorno on Natural Beauty1
The Child in the Dark: On Child Abuse in Robert Walser1
Film Criticism in Germany Today: A Report on Practice1
Trendy Monsters: The Nazis, the Perpetrator Turn, and Popular Culture1
Secular Reason? A Minor Query about a Major Work1
A Sympathy with Death: Weimar Politics from Heidegger to Mann1
The Pleasure and Pain of Passing as (Dis)abled: Rudi Dutschke’s Exile in the United Kingdom (1968–1971) and the Ableism of the West German Student Movement1
The Inversions of Walter Benjamin’s Anarchism1
The Social Body of Béla Balázs1
Nazism as Inhumanity: Carl Schmitt and Hannah Arendt on Race and Language1
Revolt against Time: Jean Améry on the Constitution of the Self1
Enzensberger’s Illusions1
“The Primacy of the Object”: Adorno’s Aesthetic Theory and the Return of Form1
The Vanishing Reality of the State: On Hans Blumenberg’s Political Theory1
Social Suffering and the Autonomy of Art1
Franz Rosenzweig, Richard Wagner, and the Sacred Theater of the Day of Atonement1
Guy Maddin’sCarefuland the Mountain Film: A Transnational Approach to German Film History1
We Can Come Very Close to Them: Solidarity and the Struggle for Liberation inThe Aesthetics of Resistance1
“My Program Is Still Broader Than the Sea”: Gershom Scholem’s Letters to Abraham Joshua Heschel, 1940–19531
Between Consequential Memory and Destruction: Karl Jaspers, Jean Améry, and the Intellectual History of Postwar West Germany1
Postmetaphysical Conundrums: The Problematic Return to Metaphysics in Horkheimer’s Critique of Instrumental Reason1
The Concert Hall as Agonistic Public Space: The Gewandhaus in Leipzig1
Introduction: Peter Weiss and The Aesthetics of Resistance1
The “Enormous Freedom of the Breaking Wave”: The Experience of Tradition in Benjamin between the Talmud and Kant1
Peter Weiss and Others1
Intermittent Legitimacy: Hans Blumenberg and Artificial Intelligence1
On the Wannseeheim Youth Center1
Engels after Frankfurt: Nature and Enlightenment in Critical Theory1
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