Contributions to the History of Concepts

Berghahn Journals, Vol. 6, Nr. 2, Winter 2011, Oxford 2011, 129 Seiten
ISBN: bzw. ISSN: 1807-9326

Contributions to the History of Concepts, Vol. 6,  Nr. 2, Winter 2011

  • Elías José Palti: »Reinhart Koselleck: His Concept of the Concept and Neo-Kantianism«, pp. 1–20
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  • Helge Jordheim: »Does Conceptual History Really Need a Theory of Historical Times?«, pp. 21–41
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  • Ernst Müller: »Introduction: Interdisciplinary Concepts and their Political Significance«, pp. 42–52
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  • Falko Schmieder: »On the Beginnings and Early Discussions of the Metaphor Survival of the Fittest«, pp. 53–68
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  • Stefan Willer: »A Concept of Transfer—Transfers of a Concept Generation in Physiology, Pedagogy, and Politics around 1800«, pp. 69–84
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  • Jörg Thomas Richter: »The Fate of Mutation Shift, Spread, and Disjunction in a Conceptual Trajectory«, pp. 85–104
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  • Margarete Vöhringer: »A Concept in Application: How the Scientific Reflex Came to be Employed against Nazi Propaganda«, pp. 105–123
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  • Kari Palonen: »Koselleck’s Two Visions of History. A Review of Reinhart Koselleck Vom Sinn und Unsinn der Geschichte (Berlin: Suhrkamp, 2010)«, pp. 124–129
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Contributions is the international peer-reviewed journal of the History of Political and Social Concepts Group (HPSCG). It is hosted and sponsored by the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute.
The journal serves as a platform for theoretical and methodological articles as well as empirical studies on the history of concepts and their social, political, and cultural contexts. It aims to promote the dialogue between the history of concepts and other disciplines, such as intellectual history, history of knowledge and science, linguistics, translation studies, history of political thought and discourse analysis.


Reflex und Propaganda

Wirtschaft als das Leben selbst. Über den Aufsatz von Margarete Vöhringer »A Concept in Application. How the Scientific Reflex came to be employed against Nazi-Propaganda« (Contributions to the History of Science, Winter 2011, Volume 6(2), S. 105-123). Rezension von Helmut Höge, in: junge Welt vom 17.04.2012