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familiar as well as new paths: »if we are to take it as a truth that knows no exception that everything living dies for internal reasons – becomes inorganic once again – then we shall be compelled to say that ›the aim of all life is death‹ and looking backwards, that ›inanimate things existed before

In: Jenseits von Bayreuth
Author: Max Haas

outline of the leading approaches. (a) While living in exile, Ernst Cassirer (1874–1945) summarized the main thoughts of his great three-volume magnum opus Die Philosophie der symbolischen Formen for his American readership in a smaller volume entitled An Essay on Man . There we find a brief chapter

In: Von der Oralität zum SchriftBild
Author: Max Haas

outline of the leading approaches. (a) While living in exile, Ernst Cassirer (1874–1945) summarized the main thoughts of his great three-volume magnum opus Die Philosophie der symbolischen Formen for his American readership in a smaller volume entitled An Essay on Man . There we find a brief chapter

In: Von der Oralität zum SchriftBild
Author: Hannah Schroder

1 Introduction Serhiy Zhadan remains a prominent figure in Ukrainian cultural life. While his works have been widely translated, his 2010 novel Voroshilovgrad received particular attention from the English-language literary press in its selection as the 2014 bbc Ukrainian Book of the

In: Popular Music and the Poetics of Self in Fiction
Author: Klaus Nathaus

from us, and they are communicating what we already know.’ 4 In the hippies’ view, they and the bands are part of one and the same group, defined by a shared way of life that is regarded as exclusive: ‘this’ lifestyle in opposition to ‘that’ one. The hippies think that their music renders verbal

In: Popular Music and the Poetics of Self in Fiction

is about achieving a sense of purpose, dignity, and distinction (in adverse living conditions) for the musicians, but consider the profound ignorance of and racism towards black US culture of some of the band members as problematic, as they find the musicians appropriate mere style for self-gain and

In: Popular Music and the Poetics of Self in Fiction

bevorsteht. 8 As in marathon running, if we are faced with a long distance we need to find a rapid yet sustainable pace: ‘The beat of Down By The River carries far’. (‘Der Beat von Down By The River trägt weit.’) 9 This beat can even be seen as the motto of life. It helps to see life in its right

In: Popular Music and the Poetics of Self in Fiction