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Adorno Und Derrida: Oder Wo Liegt Das Ende Der Moderne?

Adorno Und Derrida: Oder Wo Liegt Das Ende Der Moderne? (Hardback)

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Der hier vorliegende Text beschaeftigt sich mit den aesthetischen Theorien Theodor Adornos und Jacques Derridas. Der erste Teil der Arbeit untersucht Derridas Dissemination und Adornos Aesthetische Theorie in bezug auf deren Angaben zur Aesthetik. Im zweiten Teil der Arbeit geht es dann um die Anwendungen dieser Theorien, wobei Adornos Essays ueber Stefan George und Derridas Text zur Lyrik Paul Celans, Schibboleth, diakritisch ueberprueft werden. Auf der Basis dieses Vergleiches werden dann die jeweiligen Positionen und Probleme beider Ansaetze kritisch in Relation zueinander gesetzt. Diese Analyse bedingt den anschliessenden notwendigen Versuch, Derridas textimmanenten Ansatz einer gesellschaftstheoretischen Philosphie Adorno'scher Praegung zuzufuehren.

Der Autor: Holger Briel ist Assistant Professor der Germanistik an der Indiana State University. Er stammt aus Frankfurt a.M. und studierte Anglistik, Germanistik und Romanistik an den Universitaeten von Tuebingen, Paris (Sorbonne), Michigan (Ann Arbor), und Massachusetts (Amherst). Seinen Ph.D. erhielt er 1991 in Germanistik von der Universitaet Massachusetts. Er publizierte Artikel und Kritiken in den Weimarer Beitraegen, German Studies Review, German Quarterly und anderen Fachzeitschriften. Weiterhin ist er Fremdspracheneditor von 1-800, einer Zeitschrift fuer Vergleichende Literaturwissenschaft.

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