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Christoph Martin Wielands Vermittlungsrolle zwischen Kulturen, Autoren, Menschen


This article deals with Wieland’s work as editor of Der Teutsche Merkur, the first successful German journal he had founded, as a famous writer and tireless translator. The focus of the article is on Wieland’s need for confrontation and an exchange of opinions, his concept of cosmopolitanism, his conception of Europe and the Mediterranean, his rejection of any claim to the inviolability of one’s own convictions which were to be defended at all costs and against everyone and everything.