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Lewis Rosenberg

Lewis Rosenberg

Lewis Rosenberg studies philosophy at Flinders University, focusing on the work of Friedrich Nietzsche. He is particularly interested in German and French philosophy and political philosophy. He is a graduate of the Australian National University’s Politics, Philosophy and Economics program.

Lewis Rosenberg reviews 'Walter Kaufmann: Philosopher, humanist, heretic' by Stanley Corngold

April 2019, no. 410 25 March 2019
My favourite image from Stanley Corngold’s Walter Kaufmann: Philosopher, humanist, heretic is set in Berlin as World War II concludes. Young Walter Kaufmann, a German Jew forced to flee the National Socialist regime to the United States, has returned to his native land as part of the occupying forces. Kaufmann is steeped in a German intellectual tradition of Bildung, meaning education or culture ... (read more)