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“…On the second order level, however, Benjamin's historical critique of Kant also implies that any analysis of past art forms is itself historically coloured. As Lutz Koepnick (1996) has demonstrated, Benjamin's reading of the violent age of the Trauerspiel is situated in the historical configuration of the German Weimar Republic. In Benjamin's words (1998: 102), 'if the perspectives of the philosophy of history should prove to be an essential part of a theory of tragedy, then it is clear that the latter can only be expected from research which shows some understanding of its own age'.…”
Section: Tragedy and Trauerspiel As Speculative And Historicalmentioning
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“…On the second order level, however, Benjamin's historical critique of Kant also implies that any analysis of past art forms is itself historically coloured. As Lutz Koepnick (1996) has demonstrated, Benjamin's reading of the violent age of the Trauerspiel is situated in the historical configuration of the German Weimar Republic. In Benjamin's words (1998: 102), 'if the perspectives of the philosophy of history should prove to be an essential part of a theory of tragedy, then it is clear that the latter can only be expected from research which shows some understanding of its own age'.…”
Section: Tragedy and Trauerspiel As Speculative And Historicalmentioning