Two studies of Friedrich Holderlin / Werner Hamacher ; edited by Peter Fenves and Julia Ng ; translated by Julia Ng and Anthony Curtis Adler.  (Text) (Text)

Hamacher, Werner
Fenves, Peter D. (Peter David), 1960- | Ng, Julia (Julia Chi Yan) | Adler, Anthony Curtis
Call no.: PT2359.H2 H36 2020Series: Meridian (Stanford, Calif.): Publication: Stanford, California : Stanford University Press, c2020Description: xx, 210 pNotes: 'Version of meaning' was submitted to the Freie Universitat-Berlin in German in 1971 as a Magisterarbeit under the title Bild und Zeichen in der spaten Lyrik Holderlins. 'Parousia, stonewalls' was originally published in German in 2006 under the title Parousia, Mauern : Mittelbarkeit und Zeitlichkeit, spater Holderlin.ISBN: 9781503611115 (paperback); 1503611116 (paperback); 9781503608399 (hardcover); 1503608395 (hardcover)Subject(s): Holderlin, Friedrich, 1770-1843 -- Criticism and interpretationGerman poetry -- 19th century -- History and criticismIdealism, GermanLOC classification: PT2359.H2 | H36 2020
Contents:Version of meaning : a study of Holderlin's late lyric -- Parousia, stonewalls : mediacy and temporality, late Holderlin -- Afterword : toward a non-metaphysical concept of revolution.
Summary: Two Studies of Friedrich Holderlin shows how the poet enacts a radical theory of meaning that culminates in a unique and still groundbreaking concept of revolution, one that begins with a revolutionary understanding of language. The product of an intense engagement with both Walter Benjamin and Jacques Derrida, the book presents Werner Hamacher's major attempts at developing a critical practice commensurate with the immensity of Holderlin's late writings. These essays offer an incisive and innovative combination of critical theory and deconstruction while also identifying where influential critics like Heidegger fail to do justice to the poet's astonishing radicality. Readers will not only come away with a new appreciation of Holderlin's poetic and political-theoretical achievements but will also discover the motivating force behind Hamacher's own achievements as a literary scholar and political theorist. An introduction by Julia Ng and an afterword by Peter Fenves provide further information about these studies and the academic and theoretical context in which they were composed.
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'Version of meaning' was submitted to the Freie Universitat-Berlin in German in 1971 as a Magisterarbeit under the title Bild und Zeichen in der spaten Lyrik Holderlins. 'Parousia, stonewalls' was originally published in German in 2006 under the title Parousia, Mauern : Mittelbarkeit und Zeitlichkeit, spater Holderlin.

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Version of meaning : a study of Holderlin's late lyric -- Parousia, stonewalls : mediacy and temporality, late Holderlin -- Afterword : toward a non-metaphysical concept of revolution.

Two Studies of Friedrich Holderlin shows how the poet enacts a radical theory of meaning that culminates in a unique and still groundbreaking concept of revolution, one that begins with a revolutionary understanding of language. The product of an intense engagement with both Walter Benjamin and Jacques Derrida, the book presents Werner Hamacher's major attempts at developing a critical practice commensurate with the immensity of Holderlin's late writings. These essays offer an incisive and innovative combination of critical theory and deconstruction while also identifying where influential critics like Heidegger fail to do justice to the poet's astonishing radicality. Readers will not only come away with a new appreciation of Holderlin's poetic and political-theoretical achievements but will also discover the motivating force behind Hamacher's own achievements as a literary scholar and political theorist. An introduction by Julia Ng and an afterword by Peter Fenves provide further information about these studies and the academic and theoretical context in which they were composed.

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