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Zum ambivalenten Gebrauch des Wortes >fanatisch<: Lion Feuchtwangers Umgang mit dem umstrittenen Begriff

The following study is a contribution to the history of the ambivalent using of >fanatisch / Fanatiker / Fanatismus< in the 19th and 20th century. The positive meaning is not only a characteristic indication of the fascistic language. Surprisingly there are several examples in the works of Lion... Full description

1st Person: Scholz, Rüdiger
Source: in Archiv für Begriffsgeschichte Vol. 51 (2009), p. 127-154
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Type of Publication: Article
Language: German
Published: 2009
Online: Volltext
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