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Pour les articles homonymes, voir Fuchs.Eduard Fuchs Eduard Fuchs (1870-1940) est un écrivain, un militant politique et un critique d'art allemand, spécialiste d'Honoré Daumier et inspirateur de Walter Benjamin. Son travail qui consistait entre autres à valoriser l'image (ou l'objet de masse) dans l'approche historique, est aujourd'hui réévalué au sein des Cultural Studies. Eduard Fuchs (31 January 1870, Göppingen – 26 January 1940, Paris) was a German Marxist scholar of culture and history, writer, art collector, and political activist. Fuchs' father was a shopkeeper. Early in his life, the younger Fuchs developed socialist and Marxist political convictions. In 1886, he joined the outlawed political party Sozialistische Arbeiterpartei (the precursor of the modern SPD, Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands). Fuchs received a doctor of law degree and practiced as an attorney. In 1892, he became editor-in-chief of the satiric weekly Süddeutscher Postillon and later co-editor of the Leipziger Volkszeitung. His inflammatory articles in newspapers—one accusing the Kaiser of being a mass murderer—resulted in periodic jail sentences. During his periods of confinem Eduard Fuchs (* 31. Januar 1870 in Göppingen; † 26. Januar 1940 in Paris) war ein marxistischer Kulturwissenschaftler, Historiker, Schriftsteller und Kunstsammler. エドゥアルト・フックス(Eduard Fuchs 、1870年1月31日-1940年1月26日)は、ドイツのマルクス主義者・風俗研究家・収集家。
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Eduard Fuchs (* 31. Januar 1870 in Göppingen; † 26. Januar 1940 in Paris) war ein marxistischer Kulturwissenschaftler, Historiker, Schriftsteller und Kunstsammler. エドゥアルト・フックス(Eduard Fuchs 、1870年1月31日-1940年1月26日)は、ドイツのマルクス主義者・風俗研究家・収集家。 Eduard Fuchs (31 January 1870, Göppingen – 26 January 1940, Paris) was a German Marxist scholar of culture and history, writer, art collector, and political activist. Fuchs' father was a shopkeeper. Early in his life, the younger Fuchs developed socialist and Marxist political convictions. In 1886, he joined the outlawed political party Sozialistische Arbeiterpartei (the precursor of the modern SPD, Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands). Fuchs received a doctor of law degree and practiced as an attorney. In 1892, he became editor-in-chief of the satiric weekly Süddeutscher Postillon and later co-editor of the Leipziger Volkszeitung. His inflammatory articles in newspapers—one accusing the Kaiser of being a mass murderer—resulted in periodic jail sentences. During his periods of confinement, Fuchs wrote various social histories utilizing images as one of his primary sources. The first of these was his Karikatur der europäischen Völker (Caricatures of European Peoples), 1902. He moved to Berlin that same year where he edited the socialist newspaper Vorwärts. The following year he began his magnum opus, an examination of moral practice, Sittengeschichte, eventually running to six volumes by 1912. While engaged in this series, he followed up his interest in caricatures with one devoted to the representation of women, Die Frau in der Karikatur, 1905 (3 vols). Another book documenting the stereotypical representations of Jews appeared in 1912. Fuchs traveled with the artist Max Slevogt to Egypt in 1914, shortly before the outbreak of World War I. He was a pacifist during the War. Lenin's government put him in charge of prisoner exchange with Germany after the war; he was among the leaders of the German Comintern in Berlin in 1919. His interest in societal concerns in caricature led to a research interest in Daumier. Beginning in 1920, Fuchs published a catalogue raisonné on the artist in three volumes. He resigned from the party in 1929, following the expulsion of several stalwarts. At Hitler's ascension to power in Germany in 1933, Fuchs moved to France. Pour les articles homonymes, voir Fuchs.Eduard Fuchs Eduard Fuchs (1870-1940) est un écrivain, un militant politique et un critique d'art allemand, spécialiste d'Honoré Daumier et inspirateur de Walter Benjamin. Son travail qui consistait entre autres à valoriser l'image (ou l'objet de masse) dans l'approche historique, est aujourd'hui réévalué au sein des Cultural Studies.
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