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  1. Remedy or disease? : Romantic perspectives on music
    Erschienen: 07.03.2012

    Around 1800, aesthetic debate suddenly places music at the very top in the hierarchy of the arts, even superseding poetry: This has become a commonplace not only in scholarly discourse. The protagonists of this re-arrangement of the artistic... mehr

     

    Around 1800, aesthetic debate suddenly places music at the very top in the hierarchy of the arts, even superseding poetry: This has become a commonplace not only in scholarly discourse. The protagonists of this re-arrangement of the artistic disciplines are Wilhelm Heinrich Wackenroder, E.T.A. Hoffmann and Ludwig Tieck. In their programmatic texts, they state that music is to be free and absolute and stress its metaphysical quality and its close relation to the supernatural. Furthermore, music is supposed to be no longer dependent on the other arts, and music releases the listener or the musician from prosaic everyday life. As Wackenroder writes in Die Wunder der Tonkunst, […] [a]ll sickening thoughts which, according to Wackenroder, are the illness of mankind vanish with a piece of music, making our mind sane again. Literary romanticism here recurs to a long tradition that reaches back to the classical ages in Greece and Arabia: Music is used as a remedy for curing illnesses of various kinds. In classical antiquity, Apollo is the god of music, poetry and dancing as well as the god of healing. He was also named “Iatros” (physician) or Apollo Medicus. […] Orpheus as a bard and demigod was also said to be capable of curing diseases by means of his music. […] Thus, music in history is part of treating physical illness on the one hand, but on the other hand is more and more considered to provide a remedy especially for mental deficiencies. Music is meant to improve nervous disorders and sometimes it is even prescribed as a regular medicine. As we will see in Hoffmann’s text Die Genesung, there is a connection between the ritual healing processes in the temples of Aesculapius and the setting of the forest in which the old man regains his health.

     

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    DDC Klassifikation: Literatur und Rhetorik (800); Literaturtheorie (801)
    Schlagworte: Wackenroder, Wilhelm Heinrich; Hoffmann, Ernst T. A.; Musikästhetik
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  2. A configuração medial da literatura

    This article will provide a general look on modern literature as partially configured by medial history. It parts from the impact of Gutenberg’s invention on social differentiation and the romantic literary concepts, and then looks on photography as... mehr

     

    This article will provide a general look on modern literature as partially configured by medial history. It parts from the impact of Gutenberg’s invention on social differentiation and the romantic literary concepts, and then looks on photography as an important reference for the realistic aesthetics as well as the initial struggle of film against the domination of the traditional literary medium. It closes with a brief historical overview on what one may call precursors of the hyperlink in literary communication.

     

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    DDC Klassifikation: Literatur und Rhetorik (800); Literaturtheorie (801)
    Schlagworte: Literatur; Medien
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  3. Tod der Literatur? : Die Neuen Medien als Herausforderung
    Erschienen: 31.12.2012

    The "Death of Literature" will be doubted as an affirmation, but, on the other hand, it will be analysed as an effective and dynamic theme in the history of literature. Considering the "Advent of new Medias" (J. Hörisch) and with reference to J.... mehr

     

    The "Death of Literature" will be doubted as an affirmation, but, on the other hand, it will be analysed as an effective and dynamic theme in the history of literature. Considering the "Advent of new Medias" (J. Hörisch) and with reference to J. Derrida it will be demonstrated that literature since antiguity is orientated on an not only phonetical, but also optical 'Imaginary', and it is always playing with the auto-transgressing of itself- and that consequently the audio-visual medias represent a very special challenge as they are a kind of 'fulfilling' of these intraliterary tendencies. Modern German-speaking authors react upon this new "anxiety of influence" (H. Bloom) in at least five ways: by retreating in the 'essence' of literature (askesis), by adopting various technical elements (adaptio), by historizing and 'outstripping' the medias (reductio), by pretending an anticipation of the innovations of the medias by the literature (anticipatio) and last but not least with a fight under equals, using all means (agon).

     

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    DDC Klassifikation: Literatur und Rhetorik (800); Literaturtheorie (801)
    Schlagworte: Literatur; Neue Medien; Das Imaginäre
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  4. "Anführungszeichen" : Anmerkungen zur Literaturtheorie von Jacques Derrida und Paul de Man
    Erschienen: 31.12.2012

    This article deals with the relevance of deconstructivist theory today, more precisely, in the context of modern philologies. The author introduces the theory of deconstruction with an "elementary gesture", which we can find in the use and the... mehr

     

    This article deals with the relevance of deconstructivist theory today, more precisely, in the context of modern philologies. The author introduces the theory of deconstruction with an "elementary gesture", which we can find in the use and the analysis of quotation marks in certain texts of Jacques Derrida. The quotation marks indicate a special treatment of the concepts of the Western metaphysical tradition; the moments of quotation, distance and literality are also important for the theory of literature of Paul de Man. The critical, non-ideological use of deconstructive concepts and their "lectio difficilior" is interesting for research into texts and interpretation. O artigo tematiza a relevância da teoria desconstrutivista hoje, e, mais precisamente, no contexto da filologia moderna. O autor quer introduzit na teoria da desconstzução por meio de um "gesto elementar", a saber o uso e a análise das aspas, que se observa em alguns textos de Jacques Derrida. As aspas indícam um tratamento específico dos conceitos da tradição metafísica ocidental; os momentos da citacção, da distância e da literalidade são importantes tarnbém na teoría literária de Paul de Man. O uso crítico, não ideológico dos conceitos desconstrutivistas e dessa "lectio difficilior" fica na opinião do autor, interessante para a investigação contemporânea dos textos e das interpretações.

     

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    DDC Klassifikation: Literatur und Rhetorik (800); Literaturtheorie (801)
    Schlagworte: Dekonstruktion; Literaturtheorie; Derrida, Jacques; De Man, Paul
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  5. O estranho e o próprio: projeção, diferença e reminiscência em "A missão" de Heiner Müller
    Erschienen: 01.01.2013

    From the very beginning literary discourse plays a decisive role in the context of colonial discourse of power. Even Anna Seghers, a progressive socialist authoress with a fixation on the Enlightenment, the French Revolution and the Jewish-Christian... mehr

     

    From the very beginning literary discourse plays a decisive role in the context of colonial discourse of power. Even Anna Seghers, a progressive socialist authoress with a fixation on the Enlightenment, the French Revolution and the Jewish-Christian tradition is unable to detach herself from the European claim on universality. In a tensely opposed relationship of projection and otherness, of "memoria" and intertextuality, Heiner Müller, however, understands literature in the sense of Emanuel Lévina's respect for the other being as a work on difference. Vom Anfang an spielt im kolonialen Machtdiskurs der Literaturdiskurs eine entscheidende Rolle. Auch Anna Seghers als fortschrittliche, sozialistische Autorin kann sich mit ihrer Fixierung auf Aufklärung, Französische Revolution und jüdisch-christliche Tradition nicht vom europäischen Universalismus-Anspruch lösen. In einem Spannungsverhältnis von Projektion und Alterität, von Memoria und Intertextualität versteht Heiner Müller dagegen Literatur im Sinne von Emanuel Lévinas' Achtung des Anderen als Arbeit an der Differenz.

     

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    Schlagworte: Projektion <Psychologie>; Das Andere; Memoria <Begriff>; Intertextualität; Seghers, Anna; Müller, Heiner; Lévinas, Emmanuel
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