Sigrid Hunke

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Sigrid Hunke

Sigrid Hunke (born 26 April 1913 in Kiel, Germany; died 15 June 1999 in Hamburg, Germany) was a German Philosopher on Culture and Religion.

Biography

Sigrid Hunke received her PhD from the Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Berlin in 1941. She is known for her work in the field of religious studies.

Sigrid Hunke joined the "Germanistischer Wissenschafteinsatz", the German Sciences Service of the SS, the organization established by Heinrich Himmler to oversee the Germanization of Northern Europe. Her job was to research racial psychology.

Hunke was also known for her claims of Muslim influence over Western values.[1] Her tutor, Ludwig F. Clauss[2] is associated with the ideology of the Neue Rechte.

After 1957, she went to Morocco and stayed two years in Tangier (Tanja), after which she returned to Bonn.

In her book, "Allahs Sonne über dem Abendland" or "Allah's sun over the Occident" she asserts that "the influence exerted by the Arabs on the West was the first step in freeing Europe from Christianity."[citation needed]

Some of her books have been translated to many languages, e.g. her "Allahs Sonne über dem Abendland".

Sigrid Hunke was a pagan Unitarian.[3]

References

Bibliography

  • Am Anfang waren Mann und Frau: Vorbilder und Wandlungen der Geschlechterbeziehungen (1955)
  • Allahs Sonne über dem Abendland: Unser arabisches Erbe (1960)
  • Das Reich ist tot - es lebe Europa: Eine europäische Ethik (1965)
  • Europas andere Religion: Die Überwindung der religiösen Krise (1969)
  • Das Ende des Zwiespalts: Diagnose und Therapie einer kranken Gesellschaft (1971)
  • Das nach-kommunistische Manifest: Der dialektische Unitarismus als Alternative (1974)
  • Kamele auf dem Kaisermantel: Deutsch-arabische Begegnungen seit Karl dem Großen (1976)
  • Glauben und Wissen: Die Einheit europäischer Religion und Naturwissenschaft (1979)
  • Europas eigene Religion: Der Glaube der Ketzer (1983)
  • Was trägt über den Untergang des Zeitalters? in Elemente 1-86 (1986)
  • Tod - was ist dein Sinn? (1986)
  • Die Zukunft unseres unvergänglichen Erbes in Mann und Frau in Elemente June/September-87 (1987)
  • Vom Untergang des Abendlandes zum Aufgang Europas: Bewußtseinswandel und Zukunftsperspektiven (1989)
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