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"Die Zukunft gehört den Phantomen" : Kunst und Politik nach Derrida

Author: Artur R Boelderl; Monika Leisch-Kiesl
Publisher: Bielefeld : Transcript-Verlag, [2018] ©2018
Series: Linzer Beiträge zur Kunstwissenschaft und Philosophie, 9
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Government publication : GermanView all editions and formats
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"The future belongs to the phantoms", Jacques Derrida stated in the movie Ghost Dance in 1983. In his future - our present tense - the authors of this text-picture book set out to pursue their traces in aesthetics, literary studies, musicology, political philosophy, the arts and psychoanalysis. Based on the guidelines of his processing of the phantom, this un-creature, experts and readers of Derrida paint an
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Artur R Boelderl; Monika Leisch-Kiesl
ISBN: 9783839442227 3839442222
OCLC Number: 1046619266
Language Note: In German.
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Frontmatter --
Inhaltsverzeichnis --
Die Zukunft gehört den Phantomen. Ein Brief, 2015_2017 / Leisch-Kiesl, Monika --
Prägnanzen. Lavierungen Colette Deblés / Derrida, Jacques --
The Ghost in the Image / Tormey, Jane --
Tragweiten des Trägers. / Meister, Carolin --
„le trait - le retrait". / Leisch-Kiesl, Monika --
Dead Letters. / Lenger, Hans-Joachim --
L'avenir in Jazz - L'avenir des Jazz / Feige, Daniel Martin --
Gespenster und Geheimnisse / Panteliadou, Sophia / Sorger-Domenigg, Magda --
Von der ‚Phantomalität' der Dinge / Panteliadou, Sophia --
Das Schweigen des Phantoms / Sorger-Domenigg, Magda --
Phantomschmerzen / Hainz, Martin A. --
Romantische Vorrede zur Logik der Bilder / Boelderl, Artur R. --
D'ailleurs Derrida: Die Zeit der Gabe. / Fathy, Safaa / Boelderl, Artur R. --
„The Origin of Tears" / Schäfer, Elisabeth --
Phantome zwischen uns. Einem ominösen Phänomen namens „Illegale" auf der visuellen Spur / Oberprantacher, Andreas --
Wir wittern Morgenluft, wir alten Gespenster". Friedlaender/Mynonas phantomatische Lektüre von Derridas Marxbuch / Thiel, Detlef --
Abstand und Nähe: Levinas / Derrida / Sebbah, François-David --
Derridas „Politik der Alterität". / Flatscher, Matthias --
Das Fehlen von Antisemitismus genügt keineswegs / David, Alain --
Die Différance und das Politische / Tholen, Georg Christoph --
Als ob er tot wäre: v-e-r-sprechen, phantomatisch und konkret / Boelderl, Artur R. --
Register --
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Series Title: Linzer Beiträge zur Kunstwissenschaft und Philosophie, 9
Responsibility: Artur R. Boelderl, Monika Leisch-Kiesl.
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"The future belongs to the phantoms", Jacques Derrida stated in the movie Ghost Dance in 1983. In his future - our present tense - the authors of this text-picture book set out to pursue their traces in aesthetics, literary studies, musicology, political philosophy, the arts and psychoanalysis. Based on the guidelines of his processing of the phantom, this un-creature, experts and readers of Derrida paint an impressive picture of deconstruction, showing that it has nothing in common with any preference for obscurantism as it was claimed in the past and that the current allegation of the refusal to accept reality does not apply to it but that it rather infinitely serves the radical clarification of reason about itself. Including a contribution by Jacques Derrida published in German for the first time.

"Die Zukunft gehört den Phantomen", so Jacques Derrida 1983 im Film Ghost Dance. In seiner Zukunft - unserer Gegenwart - begeben sich die Autor_innen dieses Text-Bild-Bandes auf deren Spuren in Kunst-, Literatur- und Musikwissenschaft, politischer Philosophie, Kunst und Psychoanalyse. Am Leitfaden seiner Abarbeitung an der UnGestalt des Phantoms zeichnen Derrida-Kenner und -Leser ein eindrückliches Bild der Dekonstruktion und zeigen, dass diese nichts mit einer früher oft unterstellten Vorliebe für Obskurantismus gemein hat noch vom aktuell erhobenen Vorwurf der Wirklichkeitsverweigerung getroffen wird, sondern im unendlichen Dienst einer radikalen Aufklärung der Vernunft über sich selbst steht. Mit einem erstmalig auf Deutsch erscheinenden Beitrag von Jacques Derrida.

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