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Laocoon. An essay upon the limits of painting and poetry. With remarks illustrative of various points in the history of ancient art. by: Lessing. Request PDF on ResearchGate | On Jan 1, , P Giordanetti and others published Gotthold Ephraim Lessing: Il grido di Laocoonte. Lessing's Laokoon by Gotthold Ephraim Lessing, , Clarendon Press edition, in English.

But a monument is a very specific case of such a representation for architecture.

Gotthold Ephraim Lessing

Can a monument ever be architecture; and in the very specific case of the Holocaust, can it ever be both a representation of an external political, social narrative, as well as an example of the internal necessities of architecture, its disciplinary being? I am here this evening to argue that such a condition is possible.

One is the recognition of the paradigm shift that has moved toward the affective experience of objects and away from their critical, linguistic, and textual nature. Whether by accident or by design, our memorial was less about its possibility of its representation of a symbolic text, but rather about the individual subject having a prima facie experience in the present.

This is not about the prima facie of the space of the concentration camps themselves.

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The camps can be seen and then psychologically assimilated into everyday experience. This is not the case with our memorial site, which allows for the experience of the affect of being alone, of being constricted, of possibly feeling lost in space, if ever such a condition were possible.

This is an experience which cannot be easily assimilated in and of itself into everyday experience. It is an out of the ordinary physical experience unlike any other in everyday life. That is what makes it architecture: a physical experience that does not rely on a representation of the Holocaust as its major narrative but rather seeks to present what architecture is and can be. When something is in writing, the reader has to use his or her imagination.

When physical or emotional pain, or the reaction to such pain, i.

This problem certainly pertains to the possibility of expressing emotion and its affect when it comes to the specific case of such an expression in the architecture of a Holocaust memorial. There is no doubt that the Holocaust and its culture of representation has been considered a singular problem in the discourse of Western thought, at least through the end of the last century.

But a monument is a very specific case of such a representation for architecture. Can a monument ever be architecture; and in the very specific case of the Holocaust, can it ever be both a representation of an external political, social narrative, as well as an example of the internal necessities of architecture, its disciplinary being?

I am here this evening to argue that such a condition is possible. One is the recognition of the paradigm shift that has moved toward the affective experience of objects and away from their critical, linguistic, and textual nature.

Whether by accident or by design, our memorial was less about its possibility of its representation of a symbolic text, but rather about the individual subject having a prima facie experience in the present.

This is not about the prima facie of the space of the concentration camps themselves.

The camps can be seen and then psychologically assimilated into everyday experience. In his theoretical and critical writings on the subject—as in his own plays—he tried to contribute to the development of a new type of theatre in Germany.

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Despite discouragement from his brother, Karl, Lessing began publishing pieces of the manuscript in pamphlets known as Fragments from an Unnamed Author. After completing his education at St. In his writing The Education of Humankind Die Erziehung des Menschengeschlechts he extensively and coherently lays out his position.

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Gotthold Ephraim Lessing

Infor example, he accompanied Prince Leopold to Italy. He did much of his studying by reading manuscripts he found while working as a librarian.There is no doubt that the Holocaust and its culture of representation has been considered a singular problem in the discourse of Western thought, at least through the end of the last century. When something is in writing, the reader has to use his or her imagination.

In his writing The Education of Humankind Die Erziehung des Menschengeschlechts he extensively and coherently lays out his position. Wikiquote has quotations related to: No, you will enjoy unlimited free shipping when you have the total amount for the added fulfilled by Souq paocoonte to your cart is above or equal EGP.

Ultimately, as a great painting is always about painting and less about its content, and great literature is ultimately about writing and only secondarily about its narrative, so too is architecture which aspires to be of disciplinary importance always about architecture.

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