Angelus Novus

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ISBN: 9789997736635
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Angelus Novus

Autore: Winfried Menninghaus
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Grandezza: 64,56 MB
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Angelus Novus

Autore: Johann Konrad Eberlein
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ISBN: 9783793092803
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The Angelus Novus Of Early Modern Science

Autore: Avner Ben-Zaken
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Angelus Novus Die Neuen Engel

Autore: Christine Matha
Editore: Satzweiss.com
ISBN: 3845011874
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Dieses Werk gibt Ihnen einen elementaren Überblick über die Entwicklung des Engel-Phänomens, von den religiösen Anfängen bis hin zur postmodernen Engelsauffassung. Was steckt dahinter? Und wie kann man es eventuell erklären? Dieses kleine Büchlein wurde mit etlichen Engelbildern von Manfred Evertz illustriert, so dass man nicht nur Grundlegendes und Lyrisches zum Thema Engel erfährt, sondern gleichzeitig durch eine Ausstellung einzigartiger Gemälde wandert. Book & Painting also!

Baroque Reason

Autore: Prof Christine Buci-Glucksmann
Editore: SAGE
ISBN: 9781446223321
Grandezza: 77,77 MB
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In this fascinating book, Christine Buci-Glucksmann explores the condition of modernity - alienation, melancholy, nostalgia - through the works of a number of writers and philosophers, including the social and aesthetic philosophy of Walter Benjamin. The author examines Baudelaire's haunting image of the city and its profound effect on conceptions of modernity. She goes on to consider how such influential figures as Nietzsche, Adorno, Musil, Barthes and Lacan constitute a baroque paradigm, united by their allegorical style, their conflation of aesthetics with ethics and their subject matter - death, catastrophe, sexuality, myth, the female. In her exegesis of these fundamental themes Buci-Glucksmann proposes an epistemology beyond postmodernism. This extraordinary exposition of a baroque reason for modernity sheds new light on a number of themes central to modern social theory.

Angelus Novus

Autore: Enrique Verástegui
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Angelus Novus

Autore: Walter Benjamin
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Angelus Novus

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Four Jews On Parnassus A Conversation

Autore: Carl Djerassi
Editore: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231518307
Grandezza: 71,89 MB
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Theodor W. Adorno was the prototypical German Jewish non-Jew, Walter Benjamin vacillated between German Jew and Jewish German, Gershom Scholem was a committed Zionist, and Arnold Schönberg converted to Protestantism for professional reasons but later returned to Judaism. Carl Djerassi, himself a refugee from Hitler's Austria, dramatizes a dialogue between these four men in which they discuss fraternity, religious identity, and legacy as well as reveal aspects of their lives-notably their relations with their wives-that many have ignored, underemphasized, or misrepresented. The desire for canonization and the process by which it is obtained are the underlying themes of this dialogue, with emphasis on Paul Klee's Angelus Novus (1920), a canonized work that resonated deeply with Benjamin, Adorno, and Scholem (and for which Djerassi and Gabrielle Seethaler present a revisionist and richly illustrated interpretation). Basing his dialogue on extensive archival research and interviews, Djerassi concludes with a daring speculation on the putative contents of Benjamin's famous briefcase, which disappeared upon his suicide.