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Five Die äußere Wahrnehmung ist eine beständige Prätention, etwas zu leisten, used to be sie ihrem eigenen Wesen nach zu leisten außerstande ist. additionally gewissermaßen ein Widerspruch gehört zu ihrem Wesen. used to be damit gemeint ist, wird Ihnen alsbald klar­ werden, wenn Sie schauend zusehen, wie sich der objektive Sinn 10 als Einheit dn> den unendlichen Mannigfaltigkeiten möglicher Erscheinungen darstellt und wie die kontinuierliche Synthese näher aussieht, welche als Deckungseinheit denselben Sinn er­ scheinen läßt, und wie gegenüber den faktischen, begrenzten Erscheinungsabläufen doch beständig ein Bewußtsein von dar- 15 über hinausreichenden, von immer neuen Erscheinungsmöglich­ keiten besteht. Worauf wir zunächst achten, ist, daß der Aspekt, die perspek­ tivische Abschattung, in der jeder Raumgegenstand unweigerlich erscheint, ihn immer nur einseitig zur Erscheinung bringt. Wir 20 mögen ein Ding noch so vollkommen wahrnehmen, es fällt nie in der Allseitigkeit der ihm zukommenden und es sinnendinglich ausmachenden Eigenheiten in die Wahrnehmung. Die Rede von diesen und jenen Seiten des Gegenstandes, die zu wirklicher Wahrnehmung kommen, ist unvermeidlich. Jeder Aspekt, jede 25 noch so weit fortgeführte Kontinuität von einzelnen Abschat­ tungen gibt nur Seiten, und das ist, wie wir uns überzeugen, kein bloßes Faktum: Eine äußere Wahrnehmung ist undenkbar, die ihr Wahrgenommenes in ihrem sinnendinglichen Gehalt erschöpfte, ein Wahrnehmungsgegenstand ist undenkbar, der in einer abge- 30 schlossenen Wahrnehmung im strengsten Sinn allseitig, nach der Allheit seiner sinnlich anschaulichen Merkmale gegeben sein könnte.

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6 Of particular importance for the program Benjamin develops in “Two Poems” is the epistemo-critical program Cassirer wrote in 1910 under the slightly misleading title of The Concept of Substance and the Concept of Function. The title is misleading to the extent that it fails to account for the antagonistic relation not so much between the two concepts as between two interpretations of conceptuality in general. Although Cassirer avoids the legal language with which Kant first introduced the idea of critique, his treatise can be understood as a renewed “tribunal of reason” (K, A xi), in which the epistemo-critical interpretation of concepts of function argues its case against the metaphysical interpretation of concepts as substances.

18 Substance Poem Versus Function Poem  On perhaps no other point is Benjamin more consistent. In all his writing, from beginning to end, he generally declines to introduce technical terms, for wherever they occur they are evidence of a certain disorder, in which the intention of the subject takes precedence over the historically canonized objectivity of philosophical terminology. In some of his later works, Benjamin draws attention to certain terms that are unknown to Greek, Latin, French, and German philosophical traditions; but these terms, including aura and flânerie, are neither newly devised nor defined solely for the sake of the subsequent discussion.

Benjamin,  Substance Poem Versus Function Poem however, declines to follow this line of interpretation. ” Instead of discussing this phrase in terms of a particular revolution, such as the recent French one or a potential German counterpart, Benjamin goes in the very opposite direction and presents it in relation to what Henri Bergson calls durée (duration), understood as “real” or “authentic time” in contrast to its spatialized and mathematicized deformation: “Entirely in opposition to ‘fleeting time,’ to the ‘transient ones,’” Benjamin writes, quoting phrases from earlier poems of Hölderlin, “that which persists, duration in the form of time and human beings [das Beharrende, die Dauer in der Gestalt der Zeit und der ­Menschen], has been developed in the new version of these lines.

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