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The Absolute as Translatability: Working through Walter Benjamin on Language

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Walter Benjamin and Romanticism (2002) pp. 109-22 Published by Continuum

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Abstract

Posits a linguistic Absolute (in the Early German Romantic vein) as something akin to pure language - relating The Task to On Language.

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