By Roman Parkhomenko
Die Arbeit stellt die Hauptlinien der im 20. Jahrhundert in West- und Osteuropa geführten Totalitarismus-Debatten dar, um die besonderen Merkmale von Cassirers Auseinandersetzung mit demselben Phänomen des Totalitarismus zu zeigen. Der Autor konzentriert sich auf Cassirers Kulturphilosophie und politischer Philosophie im Verhältnis zu den dargestellten Debatten. So wird geklärt, welchen "Gewinn" Cassirers kulturanthropologisch angelegte Deutung totalitärer Herrschaft aus heutiger Sicht abwirft.
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Note 1. A small feudatory state of Lu. [back] Note 2. Tzu-lu. He and Jan Yu were at the time in the service of the Chi. [back] Note 3. Jan. Yu. [back] Note 4. A mountain in Chuan-yü. The ruler of that state, having received from the emperor the right to sacrifice to its mountains, had some measure of independence, though the state was feudatory to Lu, and within its borders. [back] Note 5. A town belonging to the Chi. [back] Note 6. Of Lu. [back] Note 7. See note to v. 22. [back] Note 8. The disciple Tzu-ch´in.
46] Yüan Jang awaited the Master squatting. ” and hit him on the leg with his staff. ” The Master said: “I have seen him sitting in a man’s seat, seen him walking abreast of his elders. ” Note 1. The disciple Yüan Ssu. [back] Note 2. Yi was killed by his best pupil, who thought within himself, “In all the world Yi alone shoots better than I,” and so he slew him. [back] Note 3. See note to iii. 22. [back] Note 4. Huan and Chiu were brothers, sons of the Duke of Ch´i. When the father died, their uncle seized the throne.
Note 1. The disciple Yüan Ssu. [back] Note 2. Yi was killed by his best pupil, who thought within himself, “In all the world Yi alone shoots better than I,” and so he slew him. [back] Note 3. See note to iii. 22. [back] Note 4. Huan and Chiu were brothers, sons of the Duke of Ch´i. When the father died, their uncle seized the throne. To preserve the rightful heirs Shao Hu and Kuan Chung fled with Chiu to Lu, whilst Huan escaped to another state. The usurper having subsequently been murdered, Huan returned to Ch´i and secured the throne.