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Können Offiziere fliegen?: die Drogen, das Wissen und die Literatur: Ernst Jüngers 'Annäherungen' (1970)

Marcus Hahn (UGent)
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This article examines Ernst Jiinger's "Annaherungen" ('Approaches') as part of the European literature on drugs and as the result of interaction both with fellow scientists such as the orientalist Rudolf Gelpke, the chemist Albert Hofmann and the religious scholar Mircea Eliade, and with the German drug research of the interwar period, particularly with the meskaline experiments undertaken by the psychiatrist Kurt Beringer. Jiinger's method of dealing with his scientific sources is clarified in a comparison with the writing on the topic of drugs by his colleague and competitor Gottfried Benn, who in the early 1950s refused to join Junger's male circle experimenting with drugs.

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Hahn, Marcus. 2013. “Können Offiziere Fliegen?: Die Drogen, Das Wissen Und Die Literatur: Ernst Jüngers ‘Annäherungen’ (1970).” Zeitschrift Fur Deutsche Philologie 132 (4): 577–610.
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Hahn, Marcus. (2013). Können Offiziere fliegen?: die Drogen, das Wissen und die Literatur: Ernst Jüngers “Annäherungen” (1970). ZEITSCHRIFT FUR DEUTSCHE PHILOLOGIE, 132(4), 577–610.
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Hahn M. Können Offiziere fliegen?: die Drogen, das Wissen und die Literatur: Ernst Jüngers “Annäherungen” (1970). ZEITSCHRIFT FUR DEUTSCHE PHILOLOGIE. 2013;132(4):577–610.
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Hahn, Marcus. “Können Offiziere Fliegen?: Die Drogen, Das Wissen Und Die Literatur: Ernst Jüngers ‘Annäherungen’ (1970).” ZEITSCHRIFT FUR DEUTSCHE PHILOLOGIE 132.4 (2013): 577–610. Print.
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  author       = {Hahn, Marcus},
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  journal      = {ZEITSCHRIFT FUR DEUTSCHE PHILOLOGIE},
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  number       = {4},
  pages        = {577--610},
  title        = {K{\"o}nnen Offiziere fliegen?: die Drogen, das Wissen und die Literatur: Ernst J{\"u}ngers 'Ann{\"a}herungen' (1970)},
  volume       = {132},
  year         = {2013},
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