L-L

AcronymDefinition
L-LLower Hatch Latched Auxiliary
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Further on, L-L considers in detail Benjamin's reading of a single poem by Holderlin, which speaks about the vocation and courage of poetry (69) and which will also be interpreted by Heidegger.
gestures of defense' (xii) than in prior works, and L-L is also readier to find in Benjamin and in Adorno a counter reading to Heidegger's appropriation of Holderlin and German romanticism in general.
While in his previous books L-L's main problem was how to continue to elaborate Heidegger's understanding of poetry while at the same time disengaging these insights from Heidegger's politically tainted past, in recent years he had to defend his position against Alain Baidou's demand that the question of the end of philosophy and of its subordination to poetry be abandoned, and that philosophy turn back to its original platonic foundations.