Chapter 1. “Breathe in, hold, breathe out” – practicing a dark hermeneutic circle

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February 1, 2021

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Martin Bartelmus, « Chapter 1. “Breathe in, hold, breathe out” – practicing a dark hermeneutic circle », Dark Hermeneutics, ID : 10670/1.e54a6b


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Dark hermeneutics is about breathing or more precise it is about the gap between inhale and exhale, which can be short if you are running up the stairs getting to the top of a building or long if you trained and practiced your breathwork. Yes, even breathing can be work and so is interpretation. In saying that, one might be confused what a theory of interpretation of literature does have to do with breathing and work. The process of breathing, to inhale and exhale frames a little gap, the m...

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