Sprung – Ausnahme – UrsprungDie Figuren der kontingenten Gründung bei Kierkegaard, Carl Schmitt und Benjamin


This paper examines Kierkegaard’s concept of the leap, Carl Schmitt’s concept of the exception, Benjamin’s concept of the origin and the extreme and tries to demonstrate that they all derive from a contingent foundation stipulating that the reason can fulfill its founding function only because of its own absence. According to these concepts, not the reason itself but the very absence of the last reason makes the foundation of the multiplicity of reasons possible. They assume a paradox figure of the reason, in which the figure of the foundation coincides with the figure of the withdrawal.

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