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by alberich00
Mon May 23, 2022 5:31 am
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Paul Krause reviews my Ring book for VoegelinView 5/22/2022
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Paul Krause reviews my Ring book for VoegelinView 5/22/2022

Paul Krause’s review of my Ring book at VoegelinView on Wagner’s birthday, 5/22/2022 Paul Heise.  The Wound That Will Never Heal : An Allegorical Interpretation of Richard Wagner’s The Ring of the Nibelung . Washington DC: Academica Press, 2021. Richard Wagner holds a very unique place in the histo...
by alberich00
Fri Mar 11, 2022 1:06 pm
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Dr. Julian Young cuts and runs for the high grass
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Dr. Julian Young cuts and runs for the high grass

Dear Members of, and visitors to, the www.wagnerheim.com discussion forum In 2014, Dr. Julian Young's (Kenan Professor of Humanities Emeritus at Wake Forest University) book The Philosophies of Richard Wagner was published. I recently (early February) contacted Dr. Young to inform him that I'd writt...
by alberich00
Wed Feb 23, 2022 12:42 pm
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Julian Young "The Philosophies of Richard Wagner" Part 1
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Julian Young "The Philosophies of Richard Wagner" Part 1

Paul Heise’s response to Julian Young’s The Philosophies of Richard Wagner (published 2014) Citations of Julian Young’s text are in boldface Paul Heise’s responses are in light print, preceded by PH for Paul Heise P. xvi: “… his [Wagner’s] focus on the place of opera in a Left Hegelian vision of th...
by alberich00
Wed Feb 23, 2022 12:40 pm
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Julian Young "The Philosophies of Richard Wagner" Part 2
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Julian Young "The Philosophies of Richard Wagner" Part 2

P. 61, Note 18: “Nietzsche observes … that the Ring … is a ‘great system of [ethical] thought.’ He adds, however, that it is a system that ‘thinks mythologically’ as ‘the people have always done (WB 9).” PH: Discussed previously. P. 71: Speaking of possible inconsistencies in Schopenhauer’s thought...