By Lester Embree (auth.), Lester Embree (eds.)
The maintext within the current quantity has beenconstructed out of passages stumbled on scattered aboutin thirty-five years of Alfred Schutz's writings, and it's been built via following a pageof notes for a lecture that he gave in 1955 below the identify "Sociological point of Literature. " the end result should be thought of the substance of Schutz's contribution to the idea of literature. extra element approximately how this development has beenperformed is obtainable within the Editor's creation. The complementary essays areby students from Germany, Japan, andthe usa , from numerous generations, and from the disciplines of anthropology, philosophy, and sociology. those researchers have been invited to mirror of their personal views at the major textual content and in terms of issues stated inside of and past it. Draftversions of every one of these complementary essays have been awarded for severe dialogue in a examine symposium held on the Graduate school of Political and Social technology of theNewSchool for Social study on April28-29, 1995 underthe sponsorship of the heart for complicated study in Phenomen ology, Inc. , Florida Atlantic college; the dep. of Philosophy of The Graduate school of the hot tuition, Richard 1. Bernstein, Chair; and Evelyn and George Schutz, the philosopher's teenagers. Revised models of those shows and in addition a number of essays thus recruited are provided to start yet one more stagein thehistory of scholarship on Schutz and the phenomenological examine encouraged via him. Northwestern college Press is thanked for permission to cite generally from Alfred Schutz, The Phenomenology of the Social international, trans.
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This line is discussed in Karl Vossler's Geist und Kultur in der Sprache (Heidelberg, 1925), Ch. ] 36 ALFRED SCHUn'S "LITERATURE" to refer to (seealsocomponent [9-A]), but are they genuinely part of a situation in which the listenerparticipates if the lyricpoet lacks communicative intent? [3-B] Regarding drama, thedraftforthenotes in thesketchincludes the words " [T]he eye-witness, reciprocal ' face-to-face' relation defines the situation," which is then spelled out in the sketch: " [In drama there is a] face-to-face relationship not only between [the] persons in the play, but [also the] spectator is [an] eyewitness face-to-face.
Formal Science (Logic and Mathematics) B. Natural Science a. Biology b. Chemistry c. Physics etc. C. Cultural Science 1. Psychology 2. Historical Science 3. Social Science a. Economics b. Ethnology c. Linguistics d. Political Science e. Sociology etc. IV. Phantasy A. DayDream B. Play C. Make Believe D. Magic World of Primitive Man E. Fairy Tale EMyth G. Joke H. Art or Fiction 1. Architecture 2. Music 3. Painting 4. Literature a. Poetry b. Theater c. Novel a) Concerning the tension ofconsciousness, the finite provincesof meaning "are merely names fordifferent tensions of oneandthe same consciousness, and it is the same life, the mundane life, unbroken from birth to death, which is attended to in different modifications.
Through theword, thepoetforms his ownselfin language; the narrator anticipates in his language-work the subjective meaning interpretation of the listener. " (LFMS 166) "To summarize, it must be said that the bridge between narrator and reader is indirect. Thenarrator remains hidden behindhis work only for the reader. In reality, he stands above the action; he knows its complete course before the 34 ALFRED SCHUTZ'S "LITERATURE" reader learns aboutit. " (LFMS 166) [3-SITUATION] Poetry, drama, andthenovel arenextrelated to what Schutz calls the "situation," aboutwhich something caninitially be intimated in general: "Socially approved knowledge consists .
Alfred Schutz’s “Sociological Aspect of Literature”: Construction and Complementary Essays by Lester Embree (auth.), Lester Embree (eds.)