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In his lecture "The Author as Producer," given at the Paris Institute for the Study of
Fascism (1934), Benjamin concentrates on important questions often discussed
with Brecht; and I wonder how the functionaries responded to his nostalgic ...
But whereas the type of petit bourgeois current today — that is, the fascist —
decides in face of this situation to exert his iron, indomitable will, Kafka hardly
resists; he is wise. Where the fascist imposes heroism, he poses questions. He
asks for ...
Brecht thinks of an age without history, of which his poem to sculptors gives a
portrait, and about which he told me a few days later that he thought its arrival
more likely than victory over fascism. But then, still as an argument for the
inclusion of ...
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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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