The post-romantic syndrome: Reflections on work, wealth, and trade from Adam Müller to Ernst Jünger
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The article presents an original, innovative and interdisciplinary contribution to intellectual history. It examines the intersections between economic and political thought, social philosophy, and aesthetics and literature that inform a pervasive post-romantic discourse on work, wealth and capital spanning the nineteenth century and becoming particularly prominent in the first third of the twentieth century in Germany and Austria.