65. Jahrgang 2013, Heft 1

AUFSÄTZE
HERNÁNDEZ DE LA FUENTE, DAVID: Der Chor Des Dionysos – Religion und Erziehung in Platons Nomoi, pp. 1-17
KRANICH, SEBASTIAN: Der Geist der Zeiten – protestantische Deutungsmuster in universitären Reformationsjubiläen, pp. 18-31
DIETZFELBINGER, DANIEL: Der Beitrag des Luthertums zur Sozialen Marktwirtschaft, pp. 32-46
LATTKI, TORSTEN: Die Gedächtnisrede von Benzion Kellermann auf Hermann Cohen. Eine unbekannte Grabrede, gehalten am 7. April 1918 auf dem jüdischen Friedhof Berlin-Weißensee, pp. 47-67

MISZELLEN
KNOLL, JOACHIM H.: Kulturgeschichte Deutschlands, pp. 68-71
PFAHL-TRAUGHBER, ARMIN: Dem Vergessen entrissen. „Politischer Messianismus“ und „totalitäre Demokratie“ bei Jakob Talmon, pp. 72-75

REZENSIONEN, pp. 76-103
Christian Leitz: Der Sarg des Panehemisis in Wien, Zeichnung von Victoria Altmann, mit einer detaillierten Bilddokumentation der Särge des Panehemisis und Hermhab auf DVD (= Studien zur spätägyptologischen Religion 3), Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz 2011, IX+ 492 S. (Stefan Bojowald)
Shaye J. D. Cohen: The Significance of Yavneh and Other Essays in Jewish Hellenism (= Texts and Studies in Ancient Judaism 136), Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2010, XV+614 S. (Görge K. Hasselhoff)
Jens Kreinath (Hg.): The Anthropology of Islam Reader, London/New York: Routledge 2012, 420 S. (Esther Voswinckel Filiz)
Irene Wagner: Rudolf Steiners langer Schatten. Die okkulten Hintergründe von Waldorf & Co., Aschaffenburg: Alibri-Verlag 2012, 405 S. (Helmut Zander)
Birgit Menzel/Michael Hagemeister/Bernice Glatzer Rosenthal (Hg.): The New Age of Russia: Occult and esoteric dimensions (= SLCEEE 17), München/Berlin: Otto Sagner 2012, 448 S. (Anna Tessmann)
Eva-Maria Heinze: Einführung in das dialogische Denken (= dia-logik, Band 3), Freiburg im Breisgau: Karl Alber 2011, 172 S. (Knut Martin Stünkel)
Karl Barh: Erklärungen des Epheser- und des Jakobusbriefes 1919-1929, hg. v. Jörg-Michael Boneth, Zürich: Theologischer Verlag 2009, XXXVIII+556 S. (Görge K. Hasselhoff)
Manfred Gailus/Armin Nolzen (Hg.): Zerstrittene „Volksgemeinschaft“. Glaube, Konfession und Religion im Nationalsozialismus, Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht 2011, 325 S. (Dirk Schuster)
Theodor Heuss, der Bundespräsident. Brief 1949-1954. Hg. u. bearb. v. Ernst Wolfgang Becker/Martin Vogt/Wolfram Werner, Berlin: De Gruyter 2012, 184 S. (Joachim H. Knoll)
Ottfried Dascher: „Es ist etwas Wahnsinniges mit der Kunst“. Alfred Flechtheim – Sammler, Kunsthändler, Verleger (= Quellenstudien zur Kunst Band 6), Wädenswil: Nimbus Verlag 2011, 511 S. (Ines Sonder)
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Alfred Bodenheimer: Haut Ab! Die Juden in der Beschneidungsdebatte, Göttingen: Wallstein 2012, 64 S. (Gesine Palmer)
Katharina Pewny: Das Drama des Prekären. Über die Wiederkehr der Ethik in theater und Performance, Bielefeld: transcirpt 2011, 331 S. (Sahra Dornick)
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ABSTRACTS
HERNÁNDEZ DE LA FUENTE, DAVID: Der Chor Des Dionysos – Religion und Erziehung in Platons Nomoi
This contribution puts forward an interpretation of the relation between the Dionysiac Religion and the Political and Ethical Project outlined by Plato in his last dialogue, the “Laws”. Firstly, the latest literature about the question of religion in the “Laws” is briefly reviewed, dealing with some recent contributions and pointing out the lack of a global interpretation of the issue. Secondly, this paper aims to a definition of the somewhat scattered but important presence of Dionysos in Plato through three Leitmotiven. Then, the text analyses some of this key issues in the “Laws” which, if our view is to be right, can help understand both the role of this God in Plato and the ethical and political proposal of the Athenian philosopher. The religious idea of Golden Age, related to the presence of Dionysos in the human world, and the social relevance of the symposia and a certain kind of Poetry related to Dionysos would be the aspects emphasized by Plato, dwelling upon the idea of education of the citizen of the ideal State. This paper continues a research line on the Religion in Plato’s “Laws” which has already offered partial treatments of this issue regarding the mythical legislators, the oracles and the Pythagorean elements.

KRANICH, SEBASTIAN: Der Geist der Zeiten – protestantische Deutungsmuster in universitären Reformationsjubiläen, pp. 18-31
To this day, traditional interpretations have shaped our view of Protestantism. In anticipation on the anniversary of the reformation in 2017, there is the affirmation of the nexus of “Bildung” and Protestantism. Nationally defined relations, by contrast, are seen not to play role. This article investigates the genesis of these current interpretations in reformation anniversaries at universities since 1617. Academic talks serve as sources.

DIETZFELBINGER, DANIEL: Der Beitrag des Luthertums zur Sozialen Marktwirtschaft
This article investigates the question whether and, if so, which, Protestant ideas and ideals have influenced the idea of a social market economy in Germany after the Second World War. The article begins with a Weberian analysis of the economic styles and the discussions in economic theory in the 1920s. The article then continues with a closer look at the Nazi period, during which an underground development of economic theory looked to reshape Germany after the National Socialist rule. In different circles and committees, a variety of people have developed ideas and concepts that were later reflected in the concept of social market economy. This article deals especially with the question of which denominational, and especially which Protestant elements were incorporated by the many fathers of the social market economy. Special attention will be paid to the work of Alfred Müller-Armack, who as professor of economics and the right hand of Ludwig Erhard advocated a specific and political form of social marked economy after the Second World War. Many sources call Müller-Armack the “Protestant father of the social market economy”. Finally, the article asks what significance the social market economy as an economic style can still be have today and whether this style can be appropriated religiously and denominationally.

LATTKI, TORSTEN: Die Gedächtnisrede von Benzion Kellermann auf Hermann Cohen. Eine unbekannte Grabrede, gehalten am 7. April 1918 auf dem jüdischen Friedhof Berlin-Weißensee
On the 4th of April 1918 the Jewish philosopher Hermann Cohen died in Berlin. Three days later he was laid to rest at the cemetery in Berlin-Weißensee under large attendance of the local Jewish community. Prior to addresses by Ernst Cassirer, Paul Natorp and other, the liberal rabbi and philosopher Benzion Kellermann (1869-1923) delivered a commemorative speech. In this obituary Kellermann, whose role as important disciple of Cohen is widely forgotten today, portrayed the stages of life of the former Professor from Marburg and reported personal details from the house of Herman and Martha Cohen. Although its existence was known to the public, the text of Kellermann’s speech has never been published. The editor discovered the manuscript in New York City and it is issued here with an introduction and commentary.

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