Martyn P. Thompson

Martyn P. Thompson is Associate Professor and Senior Political Theorist in the Department of Political Science. His main fields of interest are the history of political thought since the Renaissance, literature and politics, and contemporary German political philosophy. Professor Thompson has two doctorates, the first from the London School of Economics, the second (the Habilitation) from Tuebingen University. He has been a faculty member in the universities of London, Cambridge and Tuebingen. His honors include a Fellow Commonership at Churchill College, Cambridge University; Fellowships at the Huntington Library and the William Andrews Clark Library in California; and honorary life membership of the R.G. Collingwood Society. Professor Thompson founded the Deutsche Gesellschaft zur Erforschung des politischen Denkens in 1989. He was President of the International Conference for the Study of Political Thought from 1995 to 2002 and he was President of the Michael Oakeshott Association from 2008 to 2010.

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2010. Tab., Abb.; 315 S.

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Aufarbeitung totalitärer Erfahrungen und politische Kultur. Die Bedeutung der Aufarbeitung des SED-Unrechts für das Rechts- und Werteverständnis im wiedervereinigten Deutschland. Hrsg. von Hendrik Hansen / Hans-Joachim Veen

2009. 2 Tab., 1 Abb.; 277 S.

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Historische Rezeption und gegenwärtige Relevanz / Historical Reception and Contemporary Relevance

1991. XIII, 413 S.
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