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Inhaltsangabe: This book examines the influence of the Jewish tradition on the work of the German-Jewish philosopher Walter Benjamin. It was hitherto always assumed that Benjamin’s knowledge of Judaism was very limited and that he was interested only in the mystical tradition of the Kabbalah, the study of which was pioneered by his friend Gershom Scholem. However, on the latter’s recommendation, Benjamin also read Franz Joseph Molitor’s Philosophie der Geschichte oder über die Tradition (1827-1857), a massive four-volume work which presents a comprehensive overview of both mainstream and mystical aspects of the Jewish tradition. Having unearthed the most likely written source of Benjamin’s knowledge of Judaism, this study sets out to show that Benjamin’s thought was influenced considerably by Jewish concepts of language, experience and history, and that this influence is persistent enough to lend a unity to Benjamin’s work that transcends its division into an early, metaphysical and a late, materialist or Marxist stage. Within this context, the book also provides a reassessment of some of Benjamin’s key texts, from the early programmatic writings on language, philosophy and literature to the little-known Protokolle zu Drogenversuchen and the unfinished Passagen-Werk.

About the Author: The Author: Bram Mertens studied English, German, literary theory and philosophy in Leuven, Keele and Nottingham. He wrote his doctoral thesis on the influence of the Jewish tradition on the work of Walter Benjamin and is currently working as a Research Fellow in the German Department at the University of Nottingham.

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Buchbeschreibung Peter Lang Mrz 2007, 2007. Taschenbuch. Buchzustand: Neu. Neuware - This book examines the influence of the Jewish tradition on the work of the German-Jewish philosopher Walter Benjamin. It was hitherto always assumed that Benjamin's knowledge of Judaism was very limited and that he was interested only in the mystical tradition of the Kabbalah, the study of which was pioneered by his friend Gershom Scholem. However, on the latter's recommendation, Benjamin also read Franz Joseph Molitor's Philosophie der Geschichte oder über die Tradition (1827-1857), a massive four-volume work which presents a comprehensive overview of both mainstream and mystical aspects of the Jewish tradition. Having unearthed the most likely written source of Benjamin's knowledge of Judaism, this study sets out to show that Benjamin's thought was influenced considerably by Jewish concepts of language, experience and history, and that this influence is persistent enough to lend a unity to Benjamin's work that transcends its division into an early, metaphysical and a late, materialist or Marxist stage. Within this context, the book also provides a reassessment of some of Benjamin's key texts, from the early programmatic writings on language, philosophy and literature to the little-known Protokolle zu Drogenversuchen and the unfinished Passagen-Werk. 278 pp. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9783039102938

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