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Theories of Knowledge: Fate and Forgetting in the Early Works of Walter Benjamin

Benjamins Ground New Readings of Walter Benjamin (1988) pp. 61-82 Published by Wayne State University Press

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Abstract

Benjamin's position as philosopher and literary critic. Epistemology and relation to Kant. For Benjamin knowledge is fundamentally about language.

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  • Timothy Bahti

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