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Author Heidegger, Martin, 1889-1976, author.

Title Holderlin's hymn "Remembrance" / Martin Heidegger ; translated by William McNeill and Julia Ireland
Published Bloomington : Indiana University Press, 2018
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Contents Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Translators' Foreword; Preliminary Considerations: Preparation for hearing the word of the poetizing; 1. What the lecture course does not intend. On literary-historiographical research and the arbitrary interpretation of poetry; 2. The attempt to think the word poetized by Hölderlin; 3. That which is poetized in the word of essential poetizing "poetizes over and beyond" the poet and those who hear this word; 4. The essential singularity of Hölderlin's poetizing is not subject to any demand for proof
15. Poetizing and the explanation of nature in modernity. On the theory of "image" and "metaphor"16. "The northeasterly blows." The favor of belonging to the vocation of poet; 17. The "greeting." On the dangerous addiction to psychological-biographical explanation; 18. Norbert von Hellingrath on "Hölderlin's madness." Commemoration of von Hellingrath; 19. Hölderlin's de-rangement as entering the range of a different essential locale; 20. The "going" of the northeasterly. The "greeting" of the poet's going with it; Review
21. Transition from the first to the second strophe. The greeting thinking-in-the-direction-of as the letting be of the greeted. The greeted thinks its way to the poet22. In the unity of that which is greeted, gathered by the poet's greeting, the day's work and stead of human dwelling arise; Part Two: "Holidays" and "Festival" in Hölderlin's Poetizing; 23. Preliminary hints from citing "passages" in the poetry; Review; 24. Celebrating as pausing from work and passing over into reflection upon the essential; 25. The radiance of the essential within celebration. Play and dance
5. The poetizing word and language as means of communication. Planetary alienation in relation to the wordReview; 1. "Thinking" that which is poetized; 2. Hearing that which is poetized is hearkening: waiting for the coming of the inceptual word; 6. The univocity of "logic" and the wealth of the genuine word out of the inexhaustibility of the commencement; 7. Remark on the editions of Hölderlin's works; Main Part "Remembrance"; 8. A word of warning about merely admiring the beauty of the poem; 9. Establishing a preliminary understanding about "content" and what is poetized in the poem
Review1. The wealth of the poetizing word; 2. Poetizing and thinking as historical action; 3. The transformation of the biographical in that which is poetized; 10. That which is poetized in the poetizing and the "content" of the poem are not the same; Part One: Entry into the Realm of the Poem as Word; 11. The beginning and conclusion of the poem; 12. Concerning language: the poetizing word and sounding words; 13. Language in our historical moment; 14. Preliminary consideration of the unity of the poem; Review
Summary Martin Heidegger's 1941'1942 lecture course on Friedrich HOlderlin's hymn, "Remembrance," delivered immediately following his confrontation with Nietzsche, lays out a detailed plan for the interpretation of HOlderlin's poetry in which remembrance is a central concern. With its emphasis on the "free use of the national" and the "holy of the fatherland," the course marks an important progression in Heidegger's political thought. In addition to its startlingly innovative analyses of greeting, the festive, and the dream, the text provides Heidegger's fullest elaboration of the structure of commemorative thinking in relationship to time and the possibility of an "other beginning." This English translation by William McNeill and Julia Ireland completes the series of Heidegger's major lecture courses on HOlderlin
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Subject Hölderlin, Friedrich, 1770-1843. Andenken
PHILOSOPHY / Movements / Phenomenology.
POETRY / Continental European.
Form Electronic book
Author Ireland, Julia, translator.
McNeill, William, 1961- translator.
LC no. 2018045909
ISBN 0253035872
0253035899
9780253035875
9780253035899