How Many Kafka's Are There?

Polish Journal of Aesthetics 53 (2):9-13 (2019)

Abstract

The aim of this volume is to present Kafka not as a writer, or not only as a writer, but as a philosopher. However, even after narrowing the scope of our interest down, there will still be several Kafka’s left on the table. Themes treated in the volume include: the so-called Brentano School in Prague, Kafka’s affiliation to the Louvre Circle, Kafka and existentialist philosophy, Kafka’s Jewish heritage, his love of Nietzsche and Meister Eckhart and—last but not least, since he was such an exceptional writer—his aesthetics.

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Barry Smith
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