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The Art Delusion

Karl Heinz Bohrer

Art has been watered down, relegated in many cases to just another consumer product. Yet the very essence of the aesthetic experience is to counteract our mundane perceptions of the world and the beauty of an artwork lies in its mystery being ...

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Shrapnel

Karl Heinz Bohrer

When the roaring bombers had finally turned away from Cologne and the sound of the defensive fire had died down, the boys would start gathering garish shards of shrapnel from the streets: little pieces of debris, the remnants of lethal bombs, ...

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An Autonomous and Systematic Critique of Paradigms

Karl Heinz Bohrer

Thought that concerns itself with real insight seeks out the weaknesses in the 'official' version of things. Regarding accepted arguments with suspicion is what keeps the intellect flexible. Karl-Heinz Bohrer isolates recurring themes in ...

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Aspects of Tragedy

Karl Heinz Bohrer

2500 years ago, Aeschylus, Sophocles and Euripides created the theatrical language of Tragedy as a means of describing the conflicts of their time. It is a language that to this day has not lost its relevance.

An essential element in ...

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Great Style

Karl Heinz Bohrer

Friedrich Nietzsche postulated that "great style emerges when the beautiful triumphs over the monstrous", yet there is hardly a term that causes more problems in aesthetic debate than "style". Associated with artificiality and appearance, ...

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Imaginations of Evil

Karl Heinz Bohrer

Why does literary imagination make a pact with evil? Artists everywhere have always been attracted by the sphere of violence, horror and war, yet all attempts to define evil, from a historical-philosphical viewpoint, simply as the absence of ...

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Imaginations of Evil

Karl Heinz Bohrer

Why does literary imagination make a pact with evil? Artists everywhere have always been attracted by the sphere of violence, horror and war, yet all attempts to define evil, from a historical-philosphical viewpoint, simply as the absence of ...

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Ecstasies of Time

Karl Heinz Bohrer

In his much-praised Gadamer lectures, Karl Heinz Bohrer has analysed our relationship to time and history from a wide perspective. "Instead of keeping alive the long, often sombre, always interesting and even impressive history of the Germans, ...

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Aesthetic Negativity

Karl Heinz Bohrer

Alongside the important positivistic philosophies of the early 19th century, the representation of a negative experience of time became a dominant literary topic, as the great writers of the age confronted the loud "YES" of the philosophers with ...

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Provincialism

Karl Heinz Bohrer

Provincialism – this is the provocative banner under which Karl Heinz Bohrer rallies his deliberately "non-p.c." studies on political, academic and cultural attitudes. And, judging from indignant reactions, his sarcastic diagnoses obviously ...

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