Allan Janik

Professor for Cultural History and Philosophy at the University of Vienna


Weininger's Vienna

Allan Janik talks to Knut Olav Åmås

No figure could be further removed from the intellectual taste of our time than the Austrian plilospher Weininger: Branded as a misogynist and a self-hating anti-Semite, he remains nonetheless an important intellectual philosophical figure who needs to be re-contextualized into the fin-de siècle cultural and intellectual landscape of Vienna, argues Allen Janik, author of the influential book Wittgensteins Vienna.

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