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    Dialectical Philosophy After Auschwitz Remaining Silent, Speaking Out, Engaging with the Victims.Andreas Herberg-Rothe - 2019 - Philosophical Journal of Conflict and Violence 3 (2):188-199.
    Auschwitz is still the greatest challenge for philosophy and reason, rather than representing their end, as Lyotard most prominently seems to imply. The article shows how the evolution of the question of dialectics from Hegel to postmodernism must be thought in relation to Auschwitz. The critics of reason and Hegel such as Lyotard, Derrida and Foucault are highlighting the break between reason and unspeakable suffering, for which Auschwitz is the most prominent symbol, but reintroduce ‘behind’ the scene much more speculative (...)
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    Clausewitz's 'Wondrous Trinity' as General Theory of War and Violent Conflict.Andreas Herberg-Rothe - 2007 - Theoria 54 (114):48-73.
    Since the 1990s various influential authors have argued that Clausewitz’s theory is no longer applicable, not only in relation to contemporary conflicts, but also in general. Some have suggested that it is harmful and even self-destructive to continue to use this theory as the basis for understanding and as a guide to political action, given the revolutionary changes in war and violence occurring in the world’s communities.2 Clausewitz, it is proposed, was only concerned with war between states employing regular armies, (...)
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    Privatized Wars and World Order Conflicts.Andreas Herberg-Rothe - 2006 - Theoria 53 (110):1-22.
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    Lyotard Und Hegel – Im Widerstreit.Andreas Herberg-Rothe - 2015 - Hegel-Jahrbuch 2015 (1).