International Studies in Phenomenology and Philosophy

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Fjodor Stepun and Ernst Jünger

intellectuals at war

Alexander Mikhailovsky

pp. 77-87

The article provides a comparison of two intellectual accounts of experiences in the First World War—From the Letters of an Artillery Ensign (1918) by the Russian philosopher and writer Fjodor Stepun and The Storm of Steel by the German essayist Ernst Jünger. The aim of this article is to reveal similarities and differences between the "optics" of Jünger and Stepun who are reporting one and the same event but deal with two different images of the Great War.

Publication details

DOI: 10.1007/s11212-014-9202-5

Full citation:

Mikhailovsky, (2014). Fjodor Stepun and Ernst Jünger: intellectuals at war. Studies in East European Thought 66 (1-2), pp. 77-87.

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