Hölderlin’s Hymn The Ister has 70 ratings and 7 reviews. Edward said: Long discussion of what heidegger means by the uncanny. Roughly, an ontic descripti. . Convert documents to beautiful publications and share them worldwide. Title: Heidegger – Holderlin’s Hymn the Ister, Author: syneur, Length: 99 pages. Der Ister. Friederich Hölderlin c Jetzt komme, Feuer! translation by Richard Sieburth, from Friederich Hölderlin: Hymns and Fragments, Heidegger reads Hölderlin’s “Der Ister”, excerpt from the documentary film.
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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Martin Heidegger’s lecture course interprets Friedrich Holderlin’s hymn “The Ister” within the context of Holderlin’s poetic and philosophical work, with particular emphasis on Holderlin’s dialogue with Greek tragedy. Delivered in summer at the University of Freiburg, this course was first published in German in as volume 53 of Heidegger’s Collected Works.
R Martin Heidegger’s lecture course interprets Friedrich Holderlin’s hymn “The Ister” within the context of Holderlin’s poetic and philosophical work, with particular emphasis on Holderlin’s dialogue with Greek tragedy. Revealing for Heidegger’s thought of the period are his discussions of the meaning of “the political” and “the national,” in which he emphasizes the difficulty and the necessity of finding “one’s own” in and through a dialogue with “the foreign.
A detailed reading of the famous chorus from Sophocles’ Antigone, known as the “ode to man,” is a key feature of the course. Hardcover1stpages. Published September 1st by Indiana University Press first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Lists with This Book.
This book is not yet featured on Listopia. May 07, Edward Moran rated it really liked it Shelves: Long discussion of what heidegger means by the uncanny. Roughly, an ontic description of uncanniness is that it involves an unusual “state of mind” like dizziness, daze,confusion, or fantasies.
It is not the everyday mind. In other works, heidegger describes the uncanny as a state of wonder or astonishment at the fact that there is anything at all. It is related to the twilight state between conscious and unconscious experienced as theta waves in drowsy states just before waking or falling aslee Long discussion of what heidegger means by the uncanny.
It is related to the twilight state between conscious and unconscious experienced as theta waves in drowsy states just before waking or falling asleep or dusk or dawn. Oct 24, Leonard Houx added it Shelves: Maybe one Heidegger’s most important seminars and one that you are least likely to see at a bookstore.
Dec 07, Tasshin Fogleman rated it really liked it Shelves: It was an excellent reading—and demonstration of explication that can fuse philosophy, poetry and drama while blending with its subject matter in an “uncanny” way.
Hölderlin’s Hymn The Ister (Studies in Continental Thought)
However, I feel like there are some anomalies which he is intentionally? I’m just not intelligent enough to put my finger on them ; May I had mentioned to Mr. Recco that we read this in December Recco that we read this in Ms. Printz’ class and he recommended that I watch The Ister.
That was amazing, and so I decided to re-read this, and also that I might as well read the whole thing. When I read the second section last year, I didn’t understand why Heidegger would write about Isterr, or why it related to Sophocles; I even had a vague notion that whatever poem Holderlin wrote was very long and inaccessible.
Heidegger’s work is a masterpiece of interpretation; his approach is cautious but bold, thorough but sweeping. I had been chewing on his interpretation of the Antigone all year, especially his thoughts about interpretation, language, and Deinon, but I found some newly-understood gems in that section with Hestia and the Phaedrus, and also other, new gems across the whole book: I look forward to re-reading the book and understanding more about “Spirit,” which surely relates to Hegel although, as Heidegger cautions the reader, Holderlin’s poetry cannot be taken as an absorption of Hegel’s philosophical concept of Spirit —I say that I am looking forward to re-reading the book because I plan to re-read it in the midst of or shortly after I write my Senior Essay.
If I hadn’t read the book before, I would probably wait until after I wrote the essay; however, I want to be sure that any thoughts I have are hoderlin related to their heidrgger in Heidegger’s thought.
Not only do I want to avoid plagiarizing him, but I also want kster try to match the yhmn and caliber of Heidegger’s thought; to continue what he has begun in that direction. He explicitly calls for further work in this area: In order to fully grasp Plato’s pointer concerning the poetizing of beings, we would here have to go into the stance that he himself takes towards this poetizing telling, and the way in which he gives his own heidwgger a determination that exceeds and thus leaves beneath it all poetizing, as a result of which poetizing then essentially remains “mere” poetizing as far as all metaphysics isster concerned.
I think it may be a good project to track the roots of the modern understanding of this word. Still, the mid-term project must be The Phaedrus, and that will determine what projects come after that. Apr 18, Nathan “N. Hier aber wollen wir bauen. Man nennet hsidegger diesen den Ister. Aber allzugeduldig Scheint der mir, nicht Freier, und fast zu spotten. Aug 06, Hameed rated it really liked it Shelves: As a result, the translators have narrowed down the target audience.
I agree with keeping the lecture intact with Greek words but for the sake of translation, there should be at least hhe notes or footnotes on what is the Greek word in question. Nonetheless, a must read for anyone interested in poetic interpretations and hermeneutics in general. Jul 29, William rated it it was amazing.
This is an important work for a number of reasons. Primarily, it brings into view an ecological deconstruction, as we see Heidegger applying the work of his ontological deconstruction in the treatment of a Holderlin’s naturalism. Also many issues pertaining to criticism of the author come into view – one can begin questioning Heidegger’s ideas of spirit: Wh can we learn from the paradox of Heidegger’s stature and jolderlin relati This is an important work for a number of reasons.
Heidegger – Holderlin’s Hymn the Ister
Wh can we learn from hokderlin paradox of Heidegger’s stature and the relation to National Socialism? Mar 20, Douglas marked it as to-read Shelves: I’d like to read this as a fan of Syberberg’s films, and this a key issue they explore. Joseph rated it liked it May 21, Mat rated it it was amazing May 14, Douglas rated it it was amazing May 15, Gpdimonderose giacintho rated it it was amazing May 07, Philip Cherny rated it really liked it Aug 06, Vircati rated it it was amazing Jan 17, Sinclair von Sinclair rated it it was amazing Sep 30, Kimberly rated it liked it Jul 02, Wolf rated it really liked it May 30, Markus Kovalski rated it it was amazing May 08, John Ervin rated it it was amazing Aug 26, Nana rated it it was amazing Mar 23, Matthew rated it liked it Istsr 27, AM rated it it was amazing Jun 04, Tristan Laing rated it really liked it Oct istter, Hatim rated it really liked it Oct 14, Alain rated it it was amazing Jan 24, Jorge Acevedo rated it it was amazing Dec 27, Kirsten rated it it was amazing May 23, Bryan rated it really liked it Jan 05, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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