Der Satiriker Und Der Theoretiker Karl Kraus Und Roland Barthes Als Ideologiekritiker

Author: Christoph Eyring
Publisher: Diplomarbeiten Agentur
ISBN: 3863414314
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Der Satiriker Und Der Theoretiker Karl Kraus Und Roland Barthes Als Ideologiekritiker from the Author: Christoph Eyring. Karl Kraus, der Satiriker der Apokalypse (Edward Timms), ver”ffentlichte mit der Fackel von 1899 - 1936 in Wien eine Zeitschrift, in der er die mannigfachen Zerfallserscheinungen der mitteleurop„ischen Zivilisation um die Jahrhundertwende insbesondere auf ihre Sprachverwendung zurckfhrt und anhand dieser sichtbar macht und kritisiert.Als ein wesentlicher Aspekt der herrschenden Sprachverwendung Sprache zu funktionalisieren sei einerseits Ausdruck als auch Ursache eines verkmmernden Bewusstseins, dem Vorstellungskraft sowie Geist fehlten. Die Phrase als zu einer leeren Form erstarrten Sprache ist die fortgeschrittenste Manifestation dieses Bewusstseins. Die von Kraus exzessiv gebte Kritik an der Phrase ist somit nicht bloá abstrakte Sprachkritik, sie hat vielmehr stets auch einen gesellschaftskritischen Gehalt. Sie kritisiert Ideologie als Ausdruck des herrschenden Bewusstseinszustands einer Gesellschaft, die beinahe bewusstlos ihren eigenen Untergang - den Millionen Tote fordernden 1. Weltkrieg - tausendfach in ihren Presseerzeugnissen heraufbeschw”rt. Neben einem kurzen ơberblick ber die gesellschaftlichen Verh„ltnisse in Wien/ℱsterreich-Ungarn um die Jahrhundertwende gibt die Arbeit einen knappen Eindruck von der enormen Bedeutung und Verantwortung des damaligen Pressewesens, um sich dann dem Begriff der Phrase zu widmen. Ideologiekritik zu ben ist ebenfalls ein wesentlicher Aspekt der Schriften des franz”sischen Theoretikers Roland Barthes. In dem 1957 ver”ffentlichten Text Mythen des Alltags kritisiert Barthes die zu diesem Zeitpunkt herrschende Ideologie in ihren vielfachen Auspr„gungen anhand des (von ihm theoretisch entwickelten Begriffs des) Mythos. Der Mythos kann - ebenso wie die Phrase - als erstarrte Sprache bezeichnet werden; darber hinaus bt er bestimmte Funktionen aus, insbesondere das, wovon er handelt, als naturgegeben erscheinen zu lassen; 'Geschichte in Natur zu verwandeln', wie Barthes es ausdrckt. Der Mythos als eine Form kollektiver Vorstellungen hat somit in Bezug auf die Ideologie einer Gesellschaft eine stabilisierende Funktion. Die Arbeit stellt kurz die Mythen des Alltags, den Begriff des Mythos sowie die Semiotik als Methode vor, um schlieálich nach einer etwaigen Anwendung des Mythos-Begriffs auf die Satire von Karl Kraus zu fragen und m”gliche Parallelen zwischen beiden Kritikern bzw. ihren Schriften zu ermitteln.

Mythologies

Author: Roland Barthes
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 0809071940
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Mythologies from the Author: Roland Barthes. "This new edition of MYTHOLOGIES is the first complete, authoritative English version of the French classic, Roland Barthes's most emblematic work"--

The Last Days Of Mankind

Author: Karl Kraus
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The Last Days Of Mankind from the Author: Karl Kraus. Intended 'for a theatre on Mars', with a cast of nearly 500 and running to over 200 scenes, Karl Kraus's apocalyptic tragedy The Last Days of Mankind is the longest, most elaborate play ever written. It is also a bitingly satirical commentary on the outbreak and subsequent course of World War I. Kraus (1874-1936) ranks as one of the greatest twentieth-century satirists. In 1899 he established his own journal, Die Fackel (The Torch), to 'drain the marsh of empty phrase-making.' His work comprises essays, short stories, poetry and aphorisms, and culminated in the five-act play presented here. First published in 1920, The Last Days employs a collage of modernist techniques to evoke a despairing and darkly comical vision of the Great War from the perspective of the author's hometown, Vienna. At its centre, Kraus places a cabal of war-mongering press barons and self-serving hacks, whose strategies of mass manipulation he holds responsible for the very atrocities they report. With this translation of the play in its entirety, Patrick Healy completes the work begun in 2014 when he published the first ever English-language version of the Prologue and Act I in In These Great Times, a selected anthology of Kraus's work. This edition features an introduction and a glossary of relevant names and terms. About the translator Patrick Healy is a philosopher, writer and senior lecturer at the Technical University Delft. He lives in Amsterdam. His earlier translations include Karl Kraus, In These Great Times: Selected Writings and Carl Einstein's Negro Sculpture. In the spring of 2016 his translation of Max Raphael's early critical writings will appear as The Invention of Expressionism. For more information, visit www.patrick-healy.com

Die Sprache

Author: K. Kraus
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Die Sprache from the Author: K. Kraus.

The American College Novel

Author: John E. Kramer
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The American College Novel from the Author: John E. Kramer. This second edition of The American College Novel cites and describes 648 novels that are set at American colleges and universities, from Nathaniel Hawthorne's Fanshawe (Bowdoin College, 1828) to William Hart's Never Fade Away (University of California, 2002). This revised and updated edition contains 225 new entries, most new novels published since 1981. The annotations provide information about the novels' plots, settings, and central characters, as well as brief biographies of the authors. The bibliography is divided into two sections: student-centered and staff-centered novels, both cited in chronological order by publication year. A "starter list" of 50 American college novels is included, to help the novice reader distinguish classics within the genre, as well as indexes by author, title, college and university, and academic discipline. Intended for scholars as well as the layperson, this is a useful reference work for studying the portrayal of American higher education over time in popular fiction, as well as helping a casual reader locate a pleasurable read.

German Memory Contests

Author: Anne Fuchs
Publisher: Camden House
ISBN: 1571133240
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German Memory Contests from the Author: Anne Fuchs. Essays shedding light on the increasingly open cultural debate on the German past.

The Shape Of Time

Author: George Kubler
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 9780300001440
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The Shape Of Time from the Author: George Kubler. Arising from the study of art history, this book presents a radically new approach to the problem of historical change. George Kubler draws upon new insights in fields such as anthropology and linguistics and replaces the notion of style with the idea of a linked succession of works distributed in time as recognizably early and late versions of the same action. The result is a view of historical sequence aligned on continuous change more than upon the ecstatic concept of style--the usual basis for conventional histories of art.

Passages From The Life Of A Philosopher

Author: Charles Babbage
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1108037887
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Passages From The Life Of A Philosopher from the Author: Charles Babbage. An 1864 collection of essays by Charles Babbage, the inventor of 'calculating machines', about his life and times.

Computation And Human Experience

Author: Philip Agre
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521386036
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Computation And Human Experience from the Author: Philip Agre. By paying close attention to the metaphors of artificial intelligence and their consequences for the field's patterns of success and failure, this text argues for a reorientation of the field away from thought and toward activity. It offers a critical reconstruction of AI research.

Buddha Da

Author: Anne Donovan
Publisher: Canongate Books
ISBN: 1847675522
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Buddha Da from the Author: Anne Donovan. In her hugely acclaimed debut Anne Donovan tells an endearing, humorous yet unsentimental story of a working-class Glaswegian man who discovers Buddhism, rejects old habits and seeks a life more meaningful, only to alienate his immediate family in the process. Moving seamlessly between three family members, Donovan's clear-eyed, richly expressive prose sings off the page. Each character's voice has its own subtle rhythm and the conclusion is a poignant mixture of hope and lingering reservations. Buddha Da is a delight from one of Britain's best writers.