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175. , 54. 36 Nietzsche, Complete Works, ed. Oscar Levy (New York: Macmillan, 1911), II, 91; translation slightly modified. ; emphasis added. 38 In the same passage, he explains: the expression of every deep philosophical intuition by means of dialectics is, it is true, on the one hand the only means to communicate what has been seen, but on the other hand it is a paltry means, and at the bottom a metaphorical, absolutely inexact translation into a different sphere and language. 39 Shoshana Felman, Judith Butler and others have recently discussed the matter on the concrete basis of examples of “hate speech” and “excitable speech”.
6 Aristotle, Poetics, 44. 7 Friedrich Kittler, Musik und Mathematik, Volume 1: Hellas, Part 2: Eros (Munich: Fink, 2009), 63, with reference to Hermann Koller, Musik und Dichtung im alten Griechenland (Bern: Francke, 1963), 89–91. 8 Jennifer Wise, Dionysus Writes: The Invention of Theatre in Ancient Greece (Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 1998). 21ff. 10 Friedrich Kittler, Musik und Mathematik, Volume 1: Hellas, Part 1: Aphrodite (Munich: Fink, 2006), 192. g. Anthony J. Cascardi, “Tragedy and Philosophy”, in Garry L.
On the one hand, the Aristotelian inheritance has declared the core of the theatre, its essential trait, to be that it contains thought, which it illustrates and must make manifest. On the other hand, this can only happen via the senses. Consequently (as is well known), Kant had Palaia diaphora – an “old quarrel” 35 great difficulty defining the Beautiful in conceptual terms without practically all great works of art proving the exception (because they are all related to concepts, a matter that imposes itself in too many ways to account for).
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