Anthropology As Memory: Elias Canetti's and Franz Baermann Steiner's Responses to the Shoah

Anthropology As Memory: Elias Canetti's and Franz Baermann Steiner's Responses to the Shoah

by Michael Mack
     
 

Whereas many other post-Holocaust Jewish thinkers - including Derrida - have concentrated on a refusal of totality and celebration of 'otherness', the poet and intellectual Franz Baermann Steiner (1909-1952) combines this emphasis with an equal stress on the 'need' for certain collectively acknowledged limits. Next to the wider significance of this book for

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Whereas many other post-Holocaust Jewish thinkers - including Derrida - have concentrated on a refusal of totality and celebration of 'otherness', the poet and intellectual Franz Baermann Steiner (1909-1952) combines this emphasis with an equal stress on the 'need' for certain collectively acknowledged limits. Next to the wider significance of this book for discussions of Holocaust studies in relation to current theoretical and social issues, it will also offer a new interpretation of Elias Canetti's work. This is the first detailed examination of Steiner's anthropology and philosophy and its relation to the work of his close intellectual friend Canetti.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9783484651340
Publisher:
De Gruyter
Publication date:
01/01/2001
Series:
Conditio Judaica Series, #34
Pages:
240
Product dimensions:
6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.56(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

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