Corporeality, Subjectivity, and Language in Johann Georg Hamann
Iwould like to thank the following mentors, friends, and family, with-out whose help this project could not have been completed: Eckart Goebel, John Hamilton, Paul North, and Friedrich Ulfers for their advice on improving the dissertation; Paul Fleming, without whose guidance the dissertation, and as a consequence this work, would never have been written; Eva Geulen and Barbara Hahn, whose work inspired me; Gabika Bockaj, Cornelia Uhlenhaut, Thomas Stachel and Amir Irani Tehrani for their countless conversations and friendship; Dr. Sigrid Salehi for her generous gifts of collected works, being my Vorbild, and unflagging enthusiasm for this and all my enterprises; Karin and Lutz Goesser for their unwavering support; and Paul and Emma Assaiante, who make it all worthwhile. Acknowledgments Goesser Assaiante_T4.qxd 9/1/2011 3:55 PM Page xi Goesser Assaiante_T4.qxd 9/1/2011 3:55 PM Page xii
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