'Aufenthalt im unerhörten': Bloch's reading of hebel (1926–65).
Oxford German Studies
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This article explores the reception of J.P. Hebel's Calendar Stories by Ernst Bloch. The narrative form of Hebel's stories proves to be an irreducible medium of philosophical thinking for Bloch. Two modes of temporality emerge as fundamental to both Hebel and Bloch: historical time and messianic time.
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