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aspirations that motivate characters ultimately cause them harm or become their undoing. The problematic object for Kleist’s Samia is her dream of living out her passion for running in a better life for herself as well as for her loved ones. Beyond her hopes of again competing in the Olympic Games, Samia

In: Protest und Verweigerung / Protest and Refusal
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gives both internalist and externalist accounts of reasons and motivations in his conception of agency. That is, he combines his notions, first, that reasons are motivating only when they are part of a »form of life« with, second, his idea that some forms of life may themselves be shown to be more

In: Das Interesse des Denkens - Hegel aus heutiger Sicht
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, except Dagerman himself, seems to observe the „Ruinenfeld“ that the train is passing through (while looking at him, the stranger). Th e other example tells about a family living in a basement in the Ruhr district. Sebald quotes and comments: „Die weissen Gesichter dieser Leute, so Dagerman, schauen

In: Berührungen
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inhabits and by the secondary narrative stories that form one’s life. Within the sequence of the arising life story of humans and cultures, there are numerous responses, immediate and involuntary, along with intentional and planned. In the interplay of responses, too, there is a transition from secondary

In: Post-Systematic Theology II
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other living things, humans experience life in the relational given, yet also as having the task of not only living a life, but to lead a life. This leading of one’s life should not be misunderstood as activistic; rather, it means above all an imaginative perceiving truth and value and an attentional

In: Post-Systematic Theology II
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particularly appropriate for the present volume’s sub-topic of minimalist music with its “notorious repetitiv[ity]”, 4 namely the exclusion of a certain kind of repetition . In this context, my second hypothesis is that there is a tension between narrativity and large-scale, form-centered and form-motivated

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In: Music and its Narrative Potential
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.’ However, the answer is still decisive for life in both worlds. In world A, thankfulness, petition, and trust are meaningful attitudes because if a human knew that living in World A, first, one could have no securitas that the next narrative event would also preserve integritas , and second, one could

In: Post-Systematic Theology II

appropriate means of expressing the intricacies of human life. 1 As noted above, Unamuno’s philosophy of emotion is presented mainly in literary form. As such, his fictional writings have a strong cognitive component. They are, as Julián Marías puts it, a »method for obtaining knowledge.« (Marías 1950, p

In: Literature as Thought Experiment?
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fire.« (MM 271) Life is essentially a process of generation and growth; and yet, the organic structure, as a necessary requirement of life, seems to have no origin or precedent other than itself. In the search for some link, scientists had stooped to the absurdity of hypothesizing living material

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[N E X T:   Soft Dissection ] Figure 4.1 Figure 4.2 Figure 4.3 Figure 4.4 SOFT DISSECTION Rebecca Puchta This text considers LOL History as the basis for a reflection on a culture of dissection 1 that aims not only at a deeper knowledge of human life, but also to develop a method to (as

In: Re-/Dissolving Mimesis