Rudolf Schlögl, Philip R. Hoffmann-Rehnitz, Eva Wiebel (Ed.)

Die Krise in der Frühen Neuzeit

1. Edition 2016
399 pages
ISBN 978-3-525-36728-5
Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht

Historische Semantik. - Band 026

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The notion that societal developments are primarily shaped by periods of crisis, and that recurrent crises are a constitutive element of history, is characteristic of the self-perception of modern societies. This contributions to this volume delineate this highly contingent development. They examine the “invention of the crisis” as a form of societal self-perception within different historical contexts and outline the use and proliferation of the crisis model in different social and cultural contexts within western-, mid, southern and eastern Europe. In this way, the volume contributes to a coherent historicization of the crisis phenomenon.

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