Myth in History, Philosophy of History as Myth: On the Ambivalence of Hans Blumenberg’s Interpretation of Ernst Cassirer’s Theory of y Andrew. Blumenberg’s highly original theory of myth, outlined in the volume Work on Myth (; English translation ), distinguishes him as the. In , Hans Blumenberg began a minor revolution in the philosophy of .. In his Work on Myth, Hans Blumenberg’s explanation of mythology parallels his.
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In Blumenberg’s many inquiries into blumenbegg history of philosophy the threshold of the late Middle Ages and the early Renaissance provides a focal point Legitimacy of the Modern Age and The Genesis of the Copernican World.
Tina-Karen Pusse June 17, However, until the very end of his life, Blumenberg remained unwilling to explore any personal motives for his interest in mythology.
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Chiara Bottici – – Iris. The border between logos and myth is, according to Blumenberg, a fictive one. He received the postdoctoral habilitation inwith a dissertation on ‘Ontological Distance, an Inquiry into the Crisis of Edmund Husserl ‘s Phenomenology ‘Die ontologische Distanz: Inspired by amongst others Ernst Cassirer myfh functional perspective on the history of ideas and philosophy, and the concomitant view of a rearrangement within the spiritual relationships specific to an epoch, Blumenberg rejects the substantialism of historical continuity — fundamental to the so-called ‘theorem of secularization’; the Modern age in his view represents an independent epoch opposed to Antiquity and the Middle Ages by a rehabilitation of human curiosity in reaction to theological absolutism.
Blumenberg created what blumenberf come to be called ‘metaphorology’, which states that what lies under metaphors and language modisms, is the nearest to the truth and the farthest from ideologies. Horstmann, Siep, and German Idealism.
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History of Western Philosophy. This discovery and an exploration of this avoidance or self-perceived failure to publish those reflections suggestive perhaps of biographical motives gives this book a special significance in Blumenberg studies. After Blumenberg continued his studies of philosophy, Germanistics and classical philology at the University of Hamburgand graduated in with a dissertation on the origin of the ontology of the Middle Ages, at the University of Kiel.
The Tetralogy of Richard Wagner: Above all, it is a warning against the force of revealed truth, and for the beauty of a world in confusion.
How do political myths construct collective identities and thereby affect political agency? This context is of decisive importance for Blumenberg’s idea of absolute metaphors.
Nattiez – – Diogenes 52 4: The critical history mgth concepts may thus serve the depotentiation of metaphorical power.
Hans Blumenberg and the Theory of Political Myth
Reflecting his studies of Husserl, Blumenberg’s work concludes that in the last resort our potential scientific enlightenment finds its own subjective and anthropological limit in the fact that we are constantly falling back upon the imagery of our contemplations. Added boumenberg PP index Total downloads 1 1, of 2, Recent downloads 6 months 1of 2, How can I increase my downloads?
Pini Ifergan – – Continental Philosophy Review 48 3: His mentor during these years was Ludwig Landgrebe. Sign in to use this feature.
Catholic theology was the only subject choice subsequently open to him, as it was offered by the church and not by the state. Retrieved from ” https: No categories specified categorize this paper.
The workshop will focus on the importance of the work of Hans Blumenberg in relation to these questions and will offer close readings and interpretations of two recently published texts from the Blumenberg Nachlass: Narrative, Nanotechnology and the Accomplishment of Public Responses: Find it on Scholar. Hurley – – Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 96 1: The early text “Paradigms for a Metaphorology” explicates the idea of ‘absolute metaphors’, by way of examples from the history of ideas and philosophy.
In its wake, the concept of political myth has begun to establish itself as a relevant concept of political theory.
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Trierweiler – – Diogenes 46 European Journal of Philosophy and Public Debate 3 5: The fundamental adaptive and cognitive functions of myths enable us to survive the most hostile surroundings and, therefore, they are the most powerful evolutionary tool that we have. Pippin – – European Journal of Philosophy 2 1: Blumenbetg distinctness and meaning of these metaphors constitute the perception of reality as a whole, a necessary prerequisite for human orientation, thought and action.
The founding idea of this first text was further developed in works on the metaphors of light in theories of knowledge, of being in navigation Shipwreck with Spectatorsand the metaphors of books and reading. Digging under apparently meaningless anecdotes of the history of occidental thought and literature, Blumenberg drew a map of the expressions, examples, gestures, wkrk flourished in the discussions of what are thought to o more important matters.
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