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  1. Half-Truths and One-and-a-Half Truths: Selected Aphorisms by Karl Kraus, 1990-08-15
  2. Karl Kraus and the Soul-doctors: A Pioneer Critic and His Criticism of Psychiatry and Psychoanalysis by Thomas Szasz, 1977-05
  3. The Anti-Journalist: Karl Kraus and Jewish Self-Fashioning in Fin-de-Siecle Europe by Paul Reitter, 2008-02-01
  4. Anti-Freud: Karl Kraus's Criticism of Psychoanalysis and Psychiatry by Thomas Stephen Szasz, 1990-04
  5. Half-Truths & One-&-A-Half Truths: Selected Aphorisms by Karl Kraus, 1986-04
  6. Karl Kraus zum Vergnügen by unknown, 2007-02-28
  7. Last Days of Mankind by Karl Kraus, 2000-11
  8. Karl Kraus and the Critics (Literary Criticism in Perspective) by Harry Zohn, 1997-12-07
  9. In These Great Times: A Karl Kraus Reader by Karl Kraus, 1990-12-15
  10. Wittgenstein, Kraus, and Valery: A Paradigm for Poetic Rhyme and Reason (Phenomenology and Literature, V. 1) by Luis Miguel Isava, 2002-12-01
  11. Albert Bloch: Caricaturist, Social Critic, and Translator of Karl Kraus (Studies in Austrian Literature, Culture, and Thought) by Werner Mohr, Albert Bloch, 2003-02-26
  12. Masks of the Prophet: The Theatrical World of Karl Kraus by Kari Grimstad, 1981-12
  13. Karl Kraus (Sammlung Metzler ; Bd. 131) (German Edition) by Jens Malte Fischer, 1974
  14. Ursprung ist das Ziel. Walter Benjamin über Karl Kraus. by Christian Schulte, 2003-01-01

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2. Biografia De Karl Kraus
Biografia del autor. En Biograf as y vidas.
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Inicio Buscador Las figuras clave de la historia Reportajes Los protagonistas de la actualidad Karl Kraus (Gitschin, 1874-Viena, 1936) Escritor austríaco. Fue el espíritu más crítico, satírico y mordaz de la Viena de comienzos del s. XX. Fustigó los defectos de la burguesía y de los medios artísticos y literarios consagrados desde las páginas de la revista La Antorcha , que fundó en 1899 y que él mismo redactó en su integridad de 1911 a 1935. Es autor de varios libros de ensayos y de aforismos, y del drama satírico Los últimos días de la humanidad Inicio Buscador Recomendar sitio

3. Kraus, Karl (Schenker Documents Online)
Karl Kraus (born Gitschin, Bohemia, April 28, 1874; died Vienna, June 12, 1936), AustrianJewish writer and journalist, known particularly for his satires of fin-de-si cle Vienna
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Karl Kraus (born Gitschin, Bohemia, April 28, 1874; died Vienna, June 12, 1936), Austrian-Jewish writer and journalist, known particularly for his satires of fin-de-siècle Vienna through books, plays, and his journal Die Fackel [The Torch] (1899-1936). Kraus began his journalistic career with the Wiener Literaturzeitung in 1892, becoming the Vienna correspondent for the Breslauer Zeitung in 1897, by which time he had briefly been a member of the Jung Wien (Young Vienna) group, which included among others Peter Altenberg, Hermann Bahr, and Hugo von Hofmannsthal. Up to 1911, while editor of Die Fackel , Kraus accepted contributions by many writers, including Oskar Kokoschka, Adolf Loos, Heinrich Mann, and Arnold Schoenberg. From 1911 on, Kraus was the sole contributor. He strongly opposed World War I in Die Fackel , in his play Die letzten Tage der Menscheit and in the book Weltgericht Schenker evidently read Die Fackel , for he commented on it and on Kraus himself in his diaries (the earliest being December 23, 1906) and correspondence.

4. Kraus, Karl (Open Library)
Books by Kraus, Karl Die letzten Tage der Menschheit 7 editions first published in 1920 Read
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6. Kraus, Karl - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Kraus, Karl
Austrian poet, essayist, and satirist. He was the founder 1899 of the important literary journal Die Fackel/The Torch to which, from 1912 to his death, he was the sole contributor.
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7. Kraus, Karl Definition Of Kraus, Karl In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
Kraus, Karl (k rl krous), 1874–1936, Austrian essayist and poet, b. Bohemia. His satirical review the Fackel lashed out at hypocrisy, intellectual corruption, and the machine age.
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8. History Kraus, Karl: Die Dritte Walpurgisnacht. [German] PDF/A6. V1. 15 May 2010
History Kraus, Karl Die Dritte Walpurgisnacht. German PDF/A6. v1. 15 May 2010 Other Books
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Biograf a del autor con enlace a alguno de sus textos.
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10. Karl Kraus — Infoplease.com
More on Karl Kraus from Infoplease Kraus meaning and definitions Kraus Definition and Pronunciation; Hermann Broch - Broch, Hermann Broch, Hermann , 1886–1951, Austrian novelist.
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12. Biblioteca Virtual Miguel De Cervantes - Foro De Debate De Autor
Foro de debate del pensador. En la Biblioteca virtual Miguel de Cervantes.
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13. Kraus Karl: Free Encyclopedia Articles At Questia.com Online Library
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14. Kraus, Karl
Karl Kraus (Austrian writer), April 28, 1874Gitschin, Bohemia now Jič n, Czech Republic June 12, 1936Vienna, AustriaAustrian journalist, critic, playwright, and poet who has
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Karl Kraus. Foto von d'Ora, 1908.
Tschechische Republik ), † 12. 6. 1936 Wien, Essayist, Lyriker, Dramatiker, Aphoristiker. Sohn eines Kaufmanns und Fabrikanten, studierte an der juristischen und philosophischen Kraus Jung-Wien ("Die demolirte Litteratur", 1897) hervor und gründete 1899 die Zeitschrift "Die Fackel ", die ab 1911 ausschließlich mit seinen eigenen Texten erschien. Seine engagierte Kultur-, Ideologie- und Sprachkritik richtete sich vor allem gegen einen verlogenen, sensationsheischenden Journalismus, gegen Doppelmoral ("Sittlichkeit und Kriminalität", 1908) und skrupellose Kriegstreiberei, aber auch gegen jedwede ethisch und ästhetisch fragwürdige Literatur ("Literatur und Lüge", 1929). Hingegen trat er für J. Nestroy Kraus zu P. Altenberg und A. Loos . In seinem epochalen satirischen Drama "Die letzten Tage der Menschheit" (1918/19) prangerte er durch die Verwendung Besonderen eigenen und fremden Werken. Als "Instanz

15. Biografia De Karl Christian Friedrich Krause
Biografia del pensador. En Biograf as y vidas.
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Inicio Buscador Las figuras clave de la historia Reportajes Los protagonistas de la actualidad Karl Christian Friedrich Krause Pensador idealista alemán (Eisenberg, Sajonia, 1781 - Múnich, 1832). Fue discípulo de Fichte y Schelling en la Universidad de Jena; pero orientó su pensamiento hacia la crítica de sus maestros y de Hegel, intentando superar y completar la obra de Kant. En sus obras, como El ideal de la humanidad (1811), creó una filosofía propia, a la que denominó «racionalismo armónico» y que resulta extremadamente abstrusa y complicada; ello explica que, aunque Krause fue profesor en las universidades de Jena, Berlín, Gotinga y Múnich, su pensamiento ejerciera escasa influencia en Alemania.
Karl Krause Sin embargo, durante la segunda mitad del siglo XIX se desarrolló una corriente krausista en Alemania, Bélgica, Holanda y, especialmente, en España. La influencia del krausismo español sobrepasó el mundo académico e intelectual, haciéndose presente en la política activa mediante un grupo de liberales reformistas inspirados por las enseñanzas de Julián Sanz del Río (Francisco Giner de los Ríos, Nicolás Salmerón, Fernando de Castro, Francisco de Paula Canalejas, Gumersindo de Azcárate, Segismundo Moret…). Estos autores apreciaban la idea de Krause de la unidad de la Humanidad, cuya historia representaría un progreso continuo hacia la meta de la «Humanidad racional» o, lo que es lo mismo, una ascensión hacia Dios. Contra la idea hegeliana del Estado, Krause defendió la superioridad moral de las asociaciones «de finalidad universal» (como la familia o la nación), cuya federación voluntaria debía ir realizando ese ideal de la Humanidad unida.

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17. Karl Kraus
A CV of Kraus with a couple of pictures and citations. This article is part of Thinking Man s Minefield .
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Hypocrisy or Merely Condradiction?:
A brief look at the Life and Work of Karl Kraus
by Jessica Van Campen
(The Undergraduate Review, SUNY) Throughout the last decade of the nineteenth century, Austria underwent tremendous economic, social and political changes. As a new form of government grew on the horizon posing a threat to the long established Habsburg Empire, a number of intellectuals began to transform Austrian life. Vienna, the center of the territory ruled by the Habsburg monarchy, was the site where Social Democrats and Liberals formed and touted new ideas that promised higher living standards. Amidst transitions in political and social reform developed overwhelming aesthetic appreciation. Though fine art, theater, architecture, poetry, literature and music had been the focal point of the upper and middle classes all along, transformations in aesthetics were occurring. Modernism was replacing the conventional notions. New ideals were romanticized by many second generation nouveaux riches, and instead of striving for high political office or a superior role in commerce, they lived the life of artists. Often this bohemian life-style was supported financially by the family and one was allowed ample time to create rather than worry about an income. These individuals who provided a diversion for society were often admired, however they were not always liked. One writer in particular who quickly joined the ranks of Vienna's acerbic satirists was Karl Kraus (b. 1874). Most of his focus was on criticism of people and events, as well as fallacies in political and social elements of fin de siecle Vienna. When examining the life and work of Karl Kraus, the question arises whether he was a man who sought reform through conservatism (in language) and liberalism (in the realm of women's liberation and pacifism), or merely a sardonic wit who relished pointing out the evil and hypocrisy in the world.

18. Kraus, Karl Quote - He Who Sleeps Half A Day Has Won Half A Life....
Famous quote by Kraus, Karl He who sleeps half a day has won half a life. on Quotations Book
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19. KRAUS, KARL: All His Books And Works In His Libreria House Of The Book
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20. Karl Kraus: Aforismos, Reflexiones, Dichos Y Contradichos
Selecci n de pensamientos, por Francisco Fern ndez Buey.
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Aforismos, reflexiones, dichos y contradichos
Karl Kraus (1874-1936)*
Sobre lenguaje y pensamiento El lenguaje no es el aya, sino la madre del pensamiento ¿Que el lenguaje es la madre del pensamiento? ¿Que éste no es un mérito del pensador? Oh, sí, ya que tiene que gestarlo. El lenguaje es la varita de las virtudes que encuentra las fuentes del pensamiento. El pensamiento provoca el lenguaje. Una palabra da otra palabra. Sólo en el gozo de la creación lingüística se hace del caos un mundo. Confucio en Die Fackel : "Si los conceptos no son correctos, las palabras no son correctas; si las palabras no son correctas, los asuntos no se realizan; si los asuntos no se realizan, no prosperan ni la moral ni el arte, la justicia no acierta; si la justicia no acierta, la nación no sabe cómo obrar. En consecuencia, en las palabras no debe haber nada incorrecto. Esto es lo que importa". Las instrucciones lingüísticas deberían escribirse de manera ilegible para infundir al locutor un respeto parecido al que el paciente siente por la receta médica. Nos bastaría si solamente se sacara esto: antes del uso de la lengua agítese la cabeza, porque con la duda, que es el mejor maestro, ya hubiéramos ganado bastante: mucho quedaría sin decir. He extraído del lenguaje no pocas ideas que no tenía y que no sería capaz de apresar en palabras.

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