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Pushing Time Away

My Grandfather and the Tragedy of Jewish Vienna

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Pushing Time Away by Peter Singer
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"What binds us pushes time away." So wrote David Oppenheim, scholar, collaborator and then critic of Sigmund Freud, participant in the intellectual and cultural highs and lows of early 20th-century Vienna, victim of the Nazis, and grandfather of philosopher Peter Singer. Fifty years after Oppenheim's death, Singer found a wealth of written materials, including intimate personal letters his grandparents had sent to each other, which provided startling insights into their relationship - and a vivid picture of the man Singer never met. Their lives were bound by a passion for understanding universal values and human nature that did 'push time away'. In recreating his grandfather's life, Singer gives readers a rare glimpse into the controversial, vibrant, and most intensely Jewish intellectual life in Europe.
Release date Australia
May 1st, 2009
Author
Country of Publication
Australia
Imprint
Collins
Pages
352
Dimensions
129x197x24
ISBN-13
9780732290016
Product ID
2780233

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