By William S. Allen
What is the character of poetic language while its adventure contains an come across with finitude; with failure, loss, and shortage? For Martin Heidegger this event is important to any considering that will search to articulate the that means of being, yet for Friedrich Hölderlin and Maurice Blanchot it's a mark of the tragic and unanswerable calls for of poetic language. In Ellipsis, a rigorous, unique examine at the language of poetry, the language of philosophy, and the bounds of the notice, William S. Allen deals the 1st in-depth exam of the improvement of Heidegger’s taking into account poetic language—which is still his such a lot radical and but such a lot misunderstood work—that rigorously balances it with the most unlikely calls for of this event of finitude, an event of which Hölderlin and Blanchot have supplied the main looking out examinations. In bringing language up opposed to its limits, Allen indicates that poetic language not just exposes considering to its abyssal grounds, but in addition shows how the bounds of our lifestyles come themselves, traumatically, impossibly, to speak.
“This is a truly critical paintings of proposal that makes a beneficial contribution to present discussions approximately language within the writings of Heidegger and Hölderlin. There are passages which are memorable not just for his or her insightfulness, but in addition simply because in an exceptionally condensed formula, a surely unique instinct is articulated with readability and precision. it's a virtuoso performance.” — David Michael Kleinberg-Levin, writer of Gestures of moral existence: interpreting Hölderlin’s query of degree After Heidegger
William S. Allen is an self sufficient pupil who acquired his PhD from the college of Warwick, England.
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Ellipsis: Of Poetry and the Experience of Language after Heidegger, Holderlin, and Blanchot (SUNY series in Contemporary Continental Philosophy) by William S. Allen