: In Living on the Edge of Time (): Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht: Books. In has 24 ratings and 2 reviews. Wagner said: EM VIVENDO NO LIMITE DO TEMPOO autor escolheu um ano do século XX nem mais nem menos . Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht. In Living at the Edge of Time. Cambridge: Harvard University Press. Pp. xv, Cloth $, paper.
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The energy of the crowd, in combination with the other aesthetic and emotional responses evoked by watching athletic aptitude, leads to the range of “fascinations” Gumbrecht incorporates into his method for describing and expressing appreciation for sport.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. These moods are on a continuum akin to a musical scale. Even though I an personally not a fan of Gumbrecht’s historical form and style!
While these are two of Gumbrecht’s more detailed elaborations on temporal moods, Stimmung relates also to a broader concept of moods that can be triggered by aesthetic experiences to produce a sense of “presence. Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht has long argued that the function of literature is not so much to describe, or to re-present, as to make present.
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American Historical Association members Sign in via society site. The reader is allowed multiple itineraries, following various routes from one topic to another and ultimately becoming immersed in the activities, entertainments, and thought patterns of the citizens of The professors initiated the 19266 in to provide students and faculty with an opportunity to engage in philosophical close reading and analytical discussion on a weekly basis.
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Time and Contemporary 19266 Valeriia marked it as to-read Jan 08, Daniel Levin marked it as to-read Nov 22, Living on the Edge of TimeProduction of Presence: Evgenii marked it as to-read Mar 31, Travel back to the year and into the rush of experiences that made people feel they were living on the edge of time.
Focusing on the atmosphere produced by a work of literature and experienced by the work’s reader, he argues, is crucial to the intellectual practice of reading and analyzing literature. Gumbrecht highlights the importance of modes of “world-appropriation” that do not focus on locating or discerning meaning. Edward Lear is an apt character to think about at Christmas-time.
Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht, In 1926: Living at the Edge of Time, Harvard University Press, 1997
Over an academic quarterthe Group discusses one contemporary gumbreccht historical text from the Western philosophical tradition. Gumbrecht critiques the emphasis on reason and rationality that originated with the Age of Enlightenment and in particular, references Immanuel Kant ‘s Critique of Pure ReasonCritique of Practical Reasonand Critique of Judgmentas well as the Cartesian tendency to exclude presence from metaphysics.
Gumbrecht’s writing on philosophy and modern thought extends from the Middle Ages to today and incorporates an array of disciplines and styles, at times combining historical and philosophical inquiry with elements of memoir. He has argued that the emphasis on interpretation in academic intellectual practices is incomplete, and that the “meaning-only” model of understanding it produces does not account for the subjective experience of the arts.
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Renan Virginio marked it as to-read Sep 02, Don’t have an account? In addition to his work on presence, materiality, and hermeneutics in the humanitiesGumbrecht’s main areas of research, teaching, and publishing include:.
Slavery after Rome, — Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht opens up the space—time continuum by exploring the realities of the day such as bars, boxing, movie palaces, elevators, automobiles, airplanes, hair gel, bullfighting, film stardom, dance crazes, and the surprise reappearance of King Tut after a three-thousand-year absence. On a Hidden Potential of LiteratureGumbrecht applies the concept of mood to the process of reading literary works. What Meaning Cannot Convey.
Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht
It was not or oryet it was the year A. Knut Sigurd marked it as to-read Jun 28, Through the concept of Stimmung, Gumbrecht has argued that certain cultural events and aesthetic experiences can become “present,” or have a tangible effect on human senses, emotions, and bodies. If you originally registered with a username please use that to sign in. He specialized in Romance Philology and German Literaturebut also gumbrect philosophy and sociology during his university years, which took him to MunichRegensburgSalamancaPaviaand Konstanz.
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Want to Read saving…. Archived from the original on December 18, Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Gumnrecht on the Edge of Timewhich associates excitement and anticipation with the emergence of new and faster-paced activities, forms of entertainment, and ways of thinking.