The Question of German Guilt by Karl Jaspers, S.J. Joseph W. Koterski

The Question of German Guilt

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Publisher: Fordham University Press
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Page: 142
ISBN: 0823220680, 9780823220687

In their debate in Philadelphia, after moderator George Stephanoplous had raised the question of Obama's relationship with Ayers, Hillary Clinton elaborated on the subject, seeking to add to its significance: SEN. The question that is seriously being asked here is: Should I feel guilty about what was done by Germans under nazi rule? This interesting paper published just after the war is quite fascinating in its insights into the question of German guilt. In pondering these questions, I am reminded of Karl Jaspers and his work, The Question of German Guilt, written after the Holocaust, in which he argues that there are 4 layers of guilt. In English, you will find this book titled The Question Of German Guilt, but in truth, it is not that. Jaspers, Karl "The Question of German Guilt"; Jay, Martin "The Dialectical Imagination: A History of the Frankfurt School and the Institute of Social Research, 1923-1950"; Jung, C.G. After the war he resumed his teaching position, and in his work The Question of German Guilt he unabashedly examined the culpability of Germany as a whole in the atrocities of Hitler's Third Reich. At the end of World War Two, Karl Jaspers gave a lecture which came to be published as The Question Of Guilt. While journalists and academics tend to separate questions of culture and identity from economics and foreign affairs, in Germany's case it's impossible to understand one without the other. Germany Since the early 2000s, there has been increasing interest in the question how Germans have remembered their experiences as victims of the Second World War. Margalit, Gilad: Guilt, Suffering, and Memory.