By Michael Mack
While many different post-Holocaust Jewish thinkers - together with Derrida - have focused on a refusal of totality and party of 'otherness', the poet and highbrow Franz Baermann Steiner (1909-1952) combines this emphasis with an equivalent rigidity at the 'need' for convinced jointly stated limits. subsequent to the broader value of this booklet for discussions of Holocaust experiences with regards to present theoretical and social matters, it is going to additionally provide a brand new interpretation of Elias Canetti's paintings. this can be the 1st designated exam of Steiner's anthropology and philosophy and its relation to the paintings of his shut highbrow buddy Canetti.
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This poetics paves the way to a better understanding of Crowds and Power. In this text Canetti examines non-Western communities; as an anthropologist he stands in close proximity to Kien's scholarly discipline, sinology. Crowds and Power is a scholarly book, written by someone who spent years reading anthropological studies. Indeed, Canetti encourages his readers to do the same by offering them an extensive biblio81 82 83 Raphael Sorin: Souvenirs. ): Elias Canetti. Publication ä l'occasion de 1'exposition »Elias Canetti, l'ennemi de la mort«, presentee ä Paris, Bibliotheque publique d'information, 25 octobre 1995 - 22 Janvier 1996.
In: Modern Austrian Literature 16 (1983), p. 65-79, p. 72. , p. 71. Canetti's phenomenological approach has also been noted by Dietsch. StefTen Dietzsch: Leben als Passion. Canettis Masse und Macht als Beitrag zum Verstehen der Moderne. In: Pattillo-Hess, Verwandlungsverbote und Befreiungsversuche in Canettis Masse und Macht (p. 16, note 27), p. 38^5. John Bayley: Canetti and Power. In: Hülse, Essays in Honor of Elias Canetti (p. 19, note 34), p. 129-145, p. 140. 32 Part I: Elias Canetti - Anthropology as Literature Herodotus, like Canetti, tells stories, but he adopts the authoritative stance of a scholar who always tells the truth so as to exert a powerful impact on the society in which he lives.
München: Hanser 1975 (Literaturals Kunst), p. 164. See Jutta Paal: Die Figurenkonstellation in Elias Canettis Roman >Die Blendung<. Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann 1991. For a discussion of the one-sidedness of all characters in the novel see Peter Russell: The Vision of Man in Elias Canetti's Die Blendung. In: German Life & Letters 28 (1974), p. 24-35; and Edward Timms: Canetti, Kraus and China. In: Stevens / Wagner, Elias Canetti (p. 17, note 31), p. 21-31. 2. Auto Da Fe as a Negative Poetics 35 rently bestows on books; Pfaff only courts his daughter and Therese in order to satisfy his sadism, and Georg Kien has nothing on his mind apart from being revered in his hospital like a god.
Anthropology as Memory: Elias Canetti’s and Franz Baermann Steiner’s Responses to the Shoah by Michael Mack