With this translation, one of the classics of German historical literature becomes available in English. InWeltburgertum und Nationalstaatthe eminent historian Friedrich Meinecke attempted to trace the transition in Germany from eighteenth-century cosmopolitanism to nineteenth-century nationalism, and to clarify the genetic history of the German nation through an analysis of the relationship between Prussia and Germany. The insights and arguments that Meinecke developed in this work have influenced two generations of historians, as has his superb methodology, which integrated the two areas of ideas and politics with rare effectiveness.
Originally published in 1970.
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Subjects: Political Science
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