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The Bonn Handbook of Globality

Volume 2

  • Ludger Kühnhardt
  • Tilman Mayer

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxiii
  2. Aesthetic-Practical Appropriation of the World: Art and Culture

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 761-761
    2. Rolf Lessenich
      Pages 763-771
    3. Bethany Joelle Walker
      Pages 773-780
    4. Art
      Roland Kanz
      Pages 781-788
    5. Anne-Marie Bonnet
      Pages 789-798
    6. Reinhard Zöllner
      Pages 799-806
    7. Roland Alexander Ißler
      Pages 807-819
    8. Christoph Antweiler
      Pages 821-829
    9. Erik Fischer, Alexander Kleinschrodt
      Pages 831-846
    10. Michael Wetzel
      Pages 847-855
    11. Michael Bernsen
      Pages 857-865
    12. Jens Schröter
      Pages 867-876
    13. Paul Geyer
      Pages 877-887
    14. Christian Moser
      Pages 889-898
    15. Karoline Noack
      Pages 899-910
    16. Bettina Schlüter
      Pages 911-924
    17. Barbara Schmidt-Haberkamp
      Pages 925-934
    18. Thomas A. Schmitz
      Pages 935-945
    19. Helmut J. Schneider
      Pages 947-956
    20. Rolf Lessenich
      Pages 957-965
    21. Kerstin Stüssel
      Pages 967-977
  3. Public Order: Politics and Law

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 979-979
    2. Karl Kaiser
      Pages 981-986
    3. Klaus F. Gärditz
      Pages 987-1008
    4. Volker Kronenberg
      Pages 1009-1016
    5. Volker Kronenberg
      Pages 1017-1023
    6. Joachim Scholtyseck, Thomas Freiberger
      Pages 1025-1037
    7. Christian Hillgruber
      Pages 1039-1049
    8. Dominik Geppert
      Pages 1051-1060
    9. Peter Geiss
      Pages 1061-1071
    10. Hanns Jürgen Küsters
      Pages 1073-1084
    11. Frank Decker
      Pages 1085-1093
    12. Law
      Mathias Schmoeckel
      Pages 1095-1105
    13. Stefan Haack
      Pages 1107-1115
    14. Peter Geiss
      Pages 1117-1127
    15. Erich Weede
      Pages 1129-1136
    16. Hans-Peter Schwarz
      Pages 1137-1146
    17. Matthias Becher
      Pages 1147-1157
    18. Christian Koenig
      Pages 1159-1167
    19. Urs Kindhäuser
      Pages 1169-1180
    20. Matthias Herdegen
      Pages 1181-1191
    21. Christian Hacke
      Pages 1193-1203
  4. Moral Order and Human Mortality: Ethics and Religion

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1205-1205
    2. Andreas Bartels
      Pages 1207-1215
    3. Clemens Albrecht
      Pages 1217-1229
    4. Marc Laureys, Rolf Lessenich
      Pages 1231-1239
    5. Doris Mathilde Lucke
      Pages 1241-1250
    6. Cornelia Richter
      Pages 1251-1257
    7. Dieter Sturma
      Pages 1259-1267

About this book

Introduction

This two-volume handbook provides readers with a comprehensive interpretation of globality through the multifaceted prism of the humanities and social sciences. Key concepts and symbolizations rooted in and shaped by European academic traditions are discussed and reinterpreted under the conditions of the global turn. Highlighting consistent anthropological features and socio-cultural realities, the handbook gathers coherently structured articles written by 110 professors in the humanities and social sciences at Bonn University, Germany, who initiate a global dialogue on meaningful and sustainable notions of human life in the age of globality.

Volume 1 introduces readers to various interpretations of globality, and discusses notions of human development, communication and aesthetics.

Volume 2 covers notions of technical meaning, of political and moral order, and reflections on the shaping of globality.

Keywords

Globality Globalization Human development Global turn Modernity Universalization

Editors and affiliations

  • Ludger Kühnhardt
    • 1
  • Tilman Mayer
    • 2
  1. 1.Political ScienceUniversity of Bonn/Center for European Integration Studies (ZEI)BonnGermany
  2. 2.Political Science, History of Ideas and Contemporary HistoryUniversity of BonnBonnGermany

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