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Author(s): Wilke, Carsten L.
The battle cry of “emancipation,” coined with the Enlightenment, refers in its narrower sense to the “liberation” of the European Jews from their premodern status as autonomous foreigners through political-legal equality with the rest of the citizens. In addition to this, the term came to be used for the concomitant processes of social and cultural adaption (Assimilation). Legal emancipation was carried out in France and the…
Date: 2018-11-16