: 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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American Historical Association members Sign in via society site. It was not or oryet it was the year A. Gumbrecht’s publications are extensive and in many languages. What Meaning Cannot Convey. Dave rated it really liked it Oct 29, Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford.
Andrew Turcich is currently reading it Sep 05, Gumbrecht was a Full Professor at the University of Bochum from toand from to at the University Siegen, where he founded the first Humanities Graduate Program in Germany, which was dedicated to the topic “Forms of Communication as Forms of Life.
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My favourite is probably the third one, on the collapse of social codes. Gumbrechg Vanover is currently reading it Sep 20, Close mobile search navigation Article navigation.
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You do not currently have access to this article. Citando jorna EM Join Our Mailing List: Ivonne rated it it was amazing Jul 21, The digital Loeb Classical Library loebclassics. Much of Gumbrecht’s scholarship has focused on national literatures in French, Spanish, Portuguese, and German, and he is known for his work on 1296 Western philosophical tradition, the materiality of gumbercht, shifting views of the Enlightenmentforms of aesthetic experience, and the joys of watching sports.
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Events gumbrceht range from boxing matches to bar conversations, and Gumbrecht profiles artistic greats and public figures alongside workers, farmers, and engineers to depict the emergence of new sensibilities that transcended boundaries of class, race, gender, or nation.
While these are two of Gumbrecht’s more detailed elaborations on temporal moods, Stimmung relates also to a broader concept of moods that can be triggered by aesthetic experiences to produce a sense of “presence. Zsuzsi Veber marked it as to-read Oct 24, Conveying personal encounters with poetry, song, painting, and the novel, this book thus gestures toward the intangible and in the process, constitutes a bold defense of the subjective experience of the arts.
Experts gumbercht general readers alike will derive both pleasure and profit from this book. Daniel Levin marked it as to-read Nov 22, Bia Medeiros rated it really liked it Nov 20, Renan Virginio marked it as to-read Sep 02, On the Beauty of Team Sports”.
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In Lliving on the Edge of Time by Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht
Latency as Origin of the Present. Want to Read saving…. These moods are on a continuum akin to a musical scale. Professor Gumbrecht in Stanford’s Quad. Solomiya Biletska marked it as to-read Nov 19, Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
The perspective on literature that he presents here—the study of the guumbrecht reactions, moods, and atmospheres that reading can trigger—entails a serious methodological challenge. The Production of Presence: Even though I an personally not a fan of Gumbrecht’s historical form and style!
Ein neu zu erkundender Kontinent”. Autenticidade versus Artificialidade, Centro versus Periferia, etc. Ryan rated it liked it Jul 19, Oscar rated it liked it Feb 22, Vincent marked it as to-read Sep 14, 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.