The Idea of Volk and the Origins of Völkisch Research, 1800–1930s

Journal of the History of Ideas 80 (4):575-596 (2019)
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On the concept of Volk in Carl Schmitt.Roberto Orsi - forthcoming - History of European Ideas.

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