New article by Kenaan for the Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology, online in advance of the print edition.
Hagi Kenaan – ‘Celan and Heidegger at the Mountain of Death: Listening to Hope’: JBSP (Originally published online: 30 April 2021).
Abstract: In “Todtnauberg,” the poem in which Paul Celan responded to his encounter with Martin Heidegger, the concept of hope becomes central. The paper focuses on the ways in which hope figures in between the poet and the philosopher, showing that their different understanding of the value of hope is indicative of a much deeper disagreement that calls for an investigation. This investigation is neither analytic nor purely conceptual, but requires us to develop a new way of listening to hope’s resonance, one that uncovers the presence of a chasm cutting through the space of language in which this mood becomes meaningful for the poet and the philosopher.
Full article: https://doi.org/10.1080/00071773.2021.1915696
Hagi Kenaan, Department of Philosophy, Tel Aviv University, Ramat Aviv, Israel
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