Kleist: Aesthetic Deconstruction of World

Lenin Pizarro Navia


In this paper we deal with the work of the german poet Heinrich von Kleist, specifically with his reading of the knowledge theory of Immanuel Kant. We intend show how the reception of Kantian philosophy mark the life and work of the poet, who saw his higher plans – “gather truth and acquire formation” – ruined by a type of thinking that would denied the access to the truth and to the world.


Kleist; deconstruction; world

DOI: https://doi.org/10.22370/rhv.2013.1.88

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