‘Only a gleaming leprosy in the sky’: Hegel and Heine on the Stars

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From:

Mascat, ‘Hegel and the advent of modernity: A social ontology of abstraction’,

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Later Heine wrote: ‘I no longer know where irony ends and the sky begins’

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About anti

Anthony Iles is currently a doctoral candidate at the School of Art & Design, Middlesex University. A founder member of the Full Unemployment Cinema. A contributing editor with Mute / Metamute since 2005. He is the author, with Josephine Berry-Slater, of the book, No Room to Move: Art and the Regenerate City (Mute Books, London 2011), contributing editor to the recent publications, Anguish Language: writing and crisis (Archive Books, Berlin, 2015), and Look at Hazards, Look at Losses (Mute/Kuda, 2017) and a contributor to Brave New Work: A Reader on Harun Farocki’s Film A New Product. Recent essays have been published in Mute, Radical Philosophy, Rab-Rab: Journal for Political and Formal Inquiries in Art and Logos.
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1 Response to ‘Only a gleaming leprosy in the sky’: Hegel and Heine on the Stars

  1. Like!! Thank you for publishing this awesome article.

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