Appropriating the Angel. Paul Klee’s "Angelus Novus" (1920)


Term Paper, 2017

32 Pages, Grade: 80.00


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Table of Contents

Introducing the Angel(s).

Angelus Novus.

The Angel of History.

Critical discrepancies within Walter Benjamin’s Theses IX,

Homeostatic theory as proposed by Claude Bernard,

Indication of homeostatic theory migrating into literature,

Homeostasis within the methodology of Paul Klee’s Pedagogical Sketchbook

Critical review of trauma marked poesies in Paul Klee’s pre-1918 painting

The influence of homeostatic methodology within the Pedagogical Sketchbook,

The balance model within the framework of Angelus Novus

Walter Benjamin’s appropriation of Angelus Novus appears in, Theses on the Philosophy of History,

Walter Benjamin’s traumatic experience within a volatile period in history

Revalorization of the appropriated angel

The duality discourse in context to Angelus Novus,

Conclusion.

The Angel and the Artist.

The Keys to the Tower.

The Appropriated Angel of the Historian.

The Philosophical Revalorization from Art to Art efact.

In View of the Angel.

Bibliography

Appendix 1: Homeostasis: Recent Research of Causal Mechanism for Hallucinations.

Appendix 2: Selected Significant Events, Publications and Text of Relevance:1859-1947

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Title
Appropriating the Angel. Paul Klee’s "Angelus Novus" (1920)
Course
Fine Art Masters Degree
Grade
80.00
Author
Year
2017
Pages
32
Catalog Number
V377801
ISBN (eBook)
9783668566132
ISBN (Book)
9783668566149
File size
1252 KB
Language
English
Keywords
Paul Klee, Pedagogical sketchbook, Theodor Adorno, Angelus Novus, Walter Benjamin, The Angel of History, Homeostatic methodology, Der Blaue Reiter, 1920'S German Art, The Art of War, Claude Bernard, Susan Sontag, Degenerate Art, Theses on the Philosophy of History
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Julie Kim Rossiter (Author), 2017, Appropriating the Angel. Paul Klee’s "Angelus Novus" (1920), Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/377801

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