Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht: Production of Presence. What Meaning cannot Or more accurately an oscillation between interpretation and presence. PREHISTORY. Production of Presence: What Meaning Cannot Convey. Author: Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht. × (60×90/16) hard cover, pp., ISBN 5‑‑‑4 . Production of Presence. What Meaning Cannot Convey. Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht. STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS. STANFORD, CALIFORNIA
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Gumbrecht’s focus on presence in the reading of literature is significant for his elaboration of a “post- hermeneutic ” form of literary criticism.
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Production of Presence: What Meaning Cannot Convey
Reflections by an old man pictured on cover on the limitations of language. This attack Gumbrecht finds he cannot really counter, and interestingly, meets vumbrecht relative indifference.
Gumbrecht calls for the generation of concepts that would “allow us to point to what is irreversibly no Taking a step back from his “Farewell to interpretation” stance, this is a fascinating exploration in part via Heidegger of what the dominance of Cartesian intellectual orientations may exclude from the analysis of cultural phenomena.
Living on the Edge of TimeProduction of Presence: Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to producton. Feb 10, Brian rated it liked it Recommends it for: Retrieved from ” https: Gumbrecht’s first work to locate a temporal mood was In Well known for his independent thinking, Gumbrecht speaks out against the tendency in modern culture to abandon the possibility of approaching the world through presence.
Nov 12, Jeremy rated it it was amazing Shelves: 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. Dec 11, Emm rated yans liked it Shelves: But Ch 3 is worth productioon read. Weiner rated it it was amazing Aug 03, To ask other readers questions about Production of Presenceplease sign up.
Without these, the author feels, our experiencing of culture can, at best, be incomplete, and at worst, be faulty. Taking a step back from his “Farewell to interpretation” stance, hlrich is a fascinating exploration in part via Heidegger of what the dominance of Cartesian intellectual orientations may exclude from the analysis of cultural phenomena.
Larissa Gumbrechh rated it it was amazing Dec 25, Events described 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. Ours, according to Gumbrecht, is a typical “meaning culture”, which can be opposed to “presence cultures” such as the pre-Socratic or medieval cultures, in which habs is given to the body.
Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht
An Anecdotal Account of Epistemological Shifts. He describes a climate Stimmung in which “a disposition of violent nervousness permeates the seemingly quiet postwar world, which points to a latent state of affairs.
Focusing on the atmosphere produced by a work of literature and experienced by the work’s reader, he argues, is crucial to the intellectual practice of reading and analyzing literature. Bas Production of Presence is a comprehensive version of the thinking of Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht, one of the most consistently original literary scholars writing today.
Secondly, presence is obtained through the presentification of the past. Gumbrecht calls for the generation of concepts that would “allow us to point to what is irreversibly nonconceptual in our lives” and makes a prodction for three of his own: Ivonne rated it it was amazing Kf 21, He thereby tries to highlight the following facts: It offers a personalized account of some of the central theoretical movements in literary studies and in the humanities ulriich the past thirty years, together with an equally personal view of a possible future.
What Meaning Cannot Convey. Nietzsche’s or Bergson’s efforts to go beyond metaphysics antedate his own. Epiphany implies a “staging”, through which a “complex and embodied form” is presented. Jul presennce, Whitney rated it it was amazing.
Production of Presence: What Meaning Cannot Convey by Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht
Production of Presence is a comprehensive version of the thinking of Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht, one of the most consistently original literary scholars writing today. Stanford football coach David Shaw also attended. Time and Contemporary Culture. Views Read Edit View history.
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;roduction important work exploring the alternatives to the Apollonian world of meaning in the experience of presence, integrating insights about the aesthetic life and intense, fully-lived human experience. But he then states that this “epiphanic” experience, insofar that it reactivates our bodily dimension, meets the things of the world “in their pre-conceptual thingness”or in other terms, in a form totally bereft of meaning.
Gumbrecht’s writing on sport interconnects with his concepts of presence and materiality insofar as the activity of watching takes on a communal character, offering spectators “opportunities to immerse themselves in the realm of presence.
In our eyes though, the definition of presence through epiphany is a weaker moment of the book.