: 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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Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht
We hear the voice of Adolf Hitler condemning tight pants on young men. Gumbrecht highlights the importance of modes of “world-appropriation” that do not focus on locating or discerning meaning.
The entire work is divided into three sections. What are the various atmospheres gumbrechh moods that the reading of literary gumbrrecht can trigger?
In a interview with Gumbrecht, Ulrik Ekman describes Gumbrecht’s work on presence as an “extremely intricate oscillation between a move, perhaps unavoidable, towards epistemological sense-making and conceptualization on gummbrecht one hand, and, on the other, an at least formally opening move in the direction of ontological concerns. If you originally registered with a username please use that to sign in. Renan Virginio marked it as to-read Sep 02, My favourite is probably the third one, on the collapse of social codes.
Although Gumbrecht continues to teach at Stanford, he is affiliated with other universities and is a visiting professor or associate professor at institutions worldwide.
He writes, “‘Reading for Stimmung’ always means paying attention to the textual dimension of the forms that envelop us and our bodies as a physical reality—something that can catalyze inner feelings without matters of representation necessarily being involved.
Gumbrecht’s publications are extensive and in many languages.
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Jackie rated it it was ok Sep 26, Gumbrecht’s focus on presence in the reading of literature is significant for his gumbrrcht of a “post- hermeneutic ” form of literary criticism. Solomiya Biletska marked it as to-read Nov 19, There is a fine and subtle affinity between the form of the chapters, which might almost be called ‘mood pieces,’ and their delicate and somewhat elusive subject.
Presence is a central concept to many of his books, including In Receive exclusive offers and updates from Oxford Academic.
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Vincent marked it as to-read Sep 14, Kai Teorn rated it really liked it Aug 25, Thanks for telling us about the problem. He also writes in Spanish and Portugueseand his works are regularly translated into FrenchHungarianKoreanRussianand several other languages.
By identifying specific moods as temporal in nature, he attempts to capture the spirit of particular time periods and to recreate how they were experienced by people living at those times.
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Maksym Karpovets rated it it was amazing Oct 13, Gumbrecht’s project is to provide a new mode for exploring and understanding the aesthetic experience of sports spectatorship, or what precisely makes certain athletic moves and plays “beautiful.
Nana added it Oct 15, 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. Gumbrecht acknowledges the occurrence of fights and hooliganism at sporting events, but focuses instead on the sense of communion that watching athletics can produce—for example, through acts of cheering, chanting, or even doing “the Wave.