Contributions to the Annual Conference 2013 of EFNIL in Vilnius
Klaus Reichert – (University of Frankfurt a.M.) ‘Lost and Found in Translation’
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‘Lost and Found in Translation’
The history of European cultures may be narrated as the history of its translations. Every culture is a hybrid; it wouldn’t exist without appropriation of the Other, the Alien (des Fremden): by integration and/or transformation. Translation is always interpretation. A culture that does not translate is or becomes sterile. (The problem of national cultures.)
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