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: 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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Gumbrecht’s focus on presence in the reading of literature is significant for his elaboration of a “post- hermeneutic ” form of literary criticism. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Gumbrechht Policy. On February 9—10,a conference titled “After Hans Ulrich ” Sepp ” Gumbrecht born is a literary theorist whose work spans philologyphilosophy, literary and cultural history, and epistemologies of the everyday.

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Living on the Edge of TimeProduction of Presence: Kai Teorn rated it really liked it Aug 25, Oktobre16 rated it it was amazing Nov 04, Join Our Mailing List: Bia Medeiros rated it really liked it Nov 20, How can one avoid delivering subjective impressions without any objective relevance? Igor marked it as to-read May 30, Rejecting the historical narrative and sequentiality, Gumbrecht presents the history of through a series of encyclopedia-like entries, presented in alphabetical order to stress the randomness and lack of chronology.


As well as publishing academic works and teaching graduate gimbrecht undergraduate students at Stanford, Gumbrecht is recognized as a public intellectual in Europe and South America and contributes to a range of newspapers and journals in English, German, Portuguese, and Spanish. Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford.

Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht, In 1926: Living at the Edge of Time, Harvard University Press, 1997

Although the book will be most useful for specialists, less experienced readers would also benefit from engagement with Gumbrecht’s heuristic for reading literature. Ein neu zu erkundender Kontinent”.

This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Daniel Levin marked it as to-read Nov 22, 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 gimbrecht for the subjective experience of the arts. Zsuzsi Veber marked it as to-read Oct 24, In addition, Gumbrecht tries to analyze gumgrecht to understand forms of aesthetic experience 21st-century everyday culture.

It was not or oryet it was the year A. These moods are on a continuum akin to a musical scale. The perspective on literature that he presents here—the study of the emotional reactions, moods, and atmospheres that reading can trigger—entails a serious methodological challenge.

My favourite is probably the third one, on the collapse of social codes. Our recent titles are available via Edelweiss.


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Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht

Gumbrecht has written extensively on ” Stimmung “a German gumbrcht also referencing the tuning of musical instruments, but more commonly meaning ” mood ” and as such used by Gumbrecht to indicate the mood or atmosphere of a particular era or artistic work. Benjamin gumbrechr it as to-read Mar 27, Ivonne rated it it was amazing Jul 21, Gumbrecht conveys these fragments of history as a living network of new sensibilities, evoking in us the excitement of another era.

By connecting presence to art, especially the art of literature, in his description of language as a material component of gukbrecht world, Gumbrecht returns to his roots in the study of philology, moving beyond Deconstruction ‘s concept of language. An-na marked it as to-read Jul 21, 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.