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Kraus (who confessed that he himself did not really understand what Benjamin
said about him) emerges as a majestic judge who, touched by the last rays of the
day of creation, stubbornly upholds theological norms in a fallen (i.e., bourgeois)
Benjamin is not blind to the intricate mode of Kraus's polemical discourse, in
which a radical technique of unmasking the enemy combines with an intense art
of self-expression continually sustained by demonic vanity. The critic Kraus
from behind — Kraus sees this double omission as denning the journalist. Robert
Scheu rightly perceived that for Kraus prostitution was a natural form, not a social
deformation, of female sexuality. Yet it is only the entanglement of sexual with ...
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We can remark in passing that there is no better starting point for thought than laughter. In particular, thought usually has a better chance when one is shaken by laughter than when one’s mind is ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
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