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By Veronika Wieser, Christian Zolles, Catherine Feik, Martin Zolles, Leopold Schlöndorff

The articles examine eu notions of the apocalypse from past due antiquity to the twenty first century. orientated to cultural experiences, the amount containsthree chapters on modernity andthree chapters at the early glossy period and the center a long time. The articles deal with a couple of topics, together with kinds of the Almighty, medial legislation, suggestions on contingency, typological schemata, modifications, neighborhood, and time frames.

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We are uncertain as to what stories we are telling ourselves about modern apocalyptic or apocalyptic ‘now’. The uncertainty is structural. It is not simply a matter of our inability to correctly decipher the signs of the times. In Modernity, it is as if the syncopated divisions internal to apocalyptic seem to unravel to the point where they become overt. The temporal and spatial divisions spool out in a fundamental uncertainty about whether ‘It is (really) coming, now’, or ‘It is really done, now; that future, or that kind of future, is really gone’.

Derrida glosses the shrill sectarian tone and logic of apocalyptic thus: The end is soon, it is imminent […]. I see it, I know it, I tell you, now you know, come. We’re all going to die, we’re going to disappear […]. We’re all going to die, you and me, the others too, the goyim, the gentiles, and all the others, all those who don’t share this secret with us, but they don’t know it. It’s as if they are already dead. We’re the only ones in the world. I’m the only one able to reveal to you the truth or the destination […].

Napalm like prostitutes’ – a baroque, ‘apocalyptic’ metaphor if ever there was one – breaks the contract between the two elements in metaphor, as it breaks with the assumed relations between the religious and its secular/technological successors. Thus Derrida leads us into the world of the modern apocalypse: a time that is profoundly out of synch with itself. ), The States of ‘Theory’: History, Art and Critical Discourse, trans. by Anne Tomiche (New York 1990) 63–94. DERRIDA, Of an apocalyptic tone recently adopted in philosophy 20.

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