Walter Benjamin and Romanticism explores the connection among Walter Benjamin's literary and philosophical paintings and the culture of German Romanticism, in addition to Holderlin and Goethe. via an in depth and scholarly research of the key texts, the booklet explores the persistence of Benjamin's courting to Romanticism, the residual presence of Romantic Goethean and Holderlinian motifs in Benjamin's next writings and the way Benjamin's knowing of the connection among feedback and Romanticism can nonetheless play a necessary position in modern philosophical and literary perform. participants: Andrew Benjamin, Josh Cohen, David Ferris, Beatrice Hanssen, Philippe Lacoue-Labarthe, Charlie Louth, Bettine Menke, Winfried Menninghaus, Anthony Phelan, Sigrid Weigel
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