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surprising that a doctoral dis- sertation on Love After Auschwitz: The Second Generation, which was begun the same year as the Reagan visit, was laden with political backlash. Grün- berg’s research in Marburg’s Phillipps University is the basis for this book. The saga of this research project, which spans a generation – twenty years – illuminates not only the intimate lives of the heirs of the victims and per- petrators, but a glimpse into the ultimate question we yet ask: how was it possible for millions of Jews and other minorities to be murdered? As a graduate

Gestaltung. An Interdisciplinary Laboratory” at the Hum- boldt University in Berlin. His research areas comprise psychoanalysis, structuralism, epistemology and contem- porary continental philosophy. He is the author of The Capitalist Unconscious: Marx and Lacan (Verso 2015) and co-editor (with Andreja Zevnik) of Jacques Lacan Between Psychoanalysis and Politics (Routledge 2015). Email: Mai Wegener is a psychoanalyst working in Berlin. She holds a PhD in Cultural Studies, lectures in Literature at the Technical University of Berlin and is co

atti- 2006-03-09 17-03-19 --- Projekt: T442.sozialtheorie.grünberg.auschwitz / Dokument: FAX ID 015a109904900730|(S. 43- 89) T02_02 chapter 3.p 109904901322 3. Jews in Germany Today | 45 tude both as regards the political situation in the Federal Republic of Ger- many and the policy of the Jewish communities over here. This necessarily means that individual events and experiences will be described in detail, whereas other occurrences which are presumably just as relevant to the state of society will only be summarily dealt with. To that extent the picture of

included. In the volume edited in 1980 by Joel E. Dismdale, Survivors, Victims, Perpetrators, the “Nazi Holocaust” is considered from the historical, political, psychological, sociological and psychiatric point of view (cf. also Krystal 1968, Krystal and Niederland 1971). One of the authors writing in this book, Robert Jay Lifton (1980) deals with various traumatic experiences (Nazi persecution, the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima, the Vietnam war, the 2006-03-09 17-03-19 --- Projekt: T442.sozialtheorie.grünberg.auschwitz / Dokument: FAX ID 015a109904900730|(S

, without mentioning the reasons 3.4 concealed pres- sure which has no connection with the origin of a partner 1. Support provided by the parents’ behav- iour for relationships with partners who correspond to the parents’ ideas, without mention being made of the reasons (profession, status, income, political stance, denomination, »decency« etc. 2. the sanctioning of relationships with partners who do not correspond to the parents’ ideas, without expressly mentioning the reasons (profession, sta- tus, income, political stance, denomina- tion, »decency« etc.) 3.5 no


, neubearbeitet von Vladimiro Macchi, Berlin, München, Zürich, Wien, New York 1957. — Lateinisch, von Hermann Menge, bearbeitet von Erich Pertsch, Ber- lin, München, Wien, Zürich, New York 1963. Lefort, Claude: »L’insurrection hongroise, Paris 1956/57. Une autre révolu- tion, 1977«, übersetzt (anonym) in: POLITICS-POETICS. Das Buch zur documenta X, Ostfildern 1997. Legendre, Pierre: Das Verbrechen des Gefreiten Lortie. Abhandlung über den Vater, übersetzt von Clemens Pornschlegel, Freiburg 1998. 242 03.07.02 --- Projekt: transcript.kumedi.gottlob / Dokument: FAX ID 01cd

Nazi perpetrators, Nazi sympathizers and observers and their children. About sixty years after Auschwitz, these Second Generation individuals meet in their day-to-day dealings at work, in politics and in cultural life. They achieve various degrees of closeness, and sometimes get in each other’s way. A love relationship probably represents the most intimate con- tact between the side of the former victims and the side of the perpetrators, or their sympathizers. In my doctoral dissertation (Grünberg 2000) I explored such second-generation relationships in post

transform the presumable epistemic and moral relativism, scepticism and pessimism of the sophists into a positive dialectical method? And finally, at the other end of philosophy Lacan brought about a transformation of the Freudian scepticism toward philosophy and pessimism in political matters, and even a transformation of probably the greatest modern sceptic, Wittgenstein, into a materialist method. This explains once again the inclusion of linguistic, logic and topology in Lacan’s quadrivium. Unlike Wittgenstein’s oscillation between logical tool, language

, getilgt sind. 18. Vgl. dazu ausführlicher das Kap. VII. in: S. Weigel, Entstellte Ähnlichkeit; zu »Sokra- tes« dort S. 154 ff. 19. Thomas Schestag: »Sem«, in: A. Hirsch (Hg.), Übersetzung und Dekonstruktion, S. 71 f.; vgl. auch Wilhelm Gemoll: Griechisch-Deutsches Schul- und Handwörterbuch, Mün- chen 1991, S. 684. 20. T. Schestag, ebd., S. 72. 21. Vgl. Sigrid Weigel: »Zeugnis und Zeugenschaft, Klage und Anklage. Die Geste des Bezeugens in der Differenz von identity politics, juristischem und historiographi- schem Diskurs«, in: Zeugnis und Zeugenschaft

historische bezieht sich einmal mehr auf Lacan tmd einen Kommen- tar zu seiner Person durch Kurt Eissler, dem vor einigen Jahren (1999) verstorbenen einstigen Gralshüter des Freudschen Erbes und zugleich Zeitgenossen Lacans. Sein Buch »Psychologische Aspekte des Brief- wechsels zwischen Freud und Jung« von 1982 endet mit einer Fußnote, in der er folgende Konsequenzen aus Sherry Turkles Buch »Psychoana- lytic Politics: Freuds French Revolution« von 1978 über Lacan und sei- nen Einfluss auf die französische Szene zieht: »Wenn Sherry Turkles Darstellung der historischen