This readable, well-researched study is an important contribution to German intellectual and political history. Highly recommended. (CHOICE
Demonstrating admirable prose and analysis, Mark Clark assesses anew the contributions — and limitations — of four pre-eminent intellectuals who sought to bridge the nearly unbridgeable abyss between pre-war Germany and the traumatized societies, east and west, that painfully emerged after 1945. (James F. Tent, The University of Alabama at Birmingham)
About the Author
Mark W. Clark
is associate professor of history and philosophy at the University of Virginia's College at Wise.