File spoon-archives/habermas.archive/habermas_2000/habermas.0005, message 41


Date: Mon, 15 May 2000 06:48:06 -0500
Subject: Re: HAB: Origins of "das Unbehag der Moderne"


Hi--just a wild guess, but the title of Charles Taylor's short book _The
Malaise of Modernity_ might derive from the phrase (and the text might
identify its post-Freud genealogy).  Vic

At 11:13 AM 5/15/00 +0200, you wrote:
>
>
>"Jeremy J. Shapiro" wrote:
>
>> It is derived ultimately from Freud's 1931 essay "Das Unbehagen in der
Kultur" ("Discomfort with Civilization", published in English as
"Civilization and its Discontents").  I can't remember who transferred it
to modernity.
>>
>>       Jeremy
>
> Thanks Jeremy- I will lokk at the puyblication. . Any other who has any
commment?
>
>I wrote:
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>> At 09:06 AM 5/12/00 +0200, your brain seems to have output the following:
>> >I need a short commentary/reference to the origin of the word " Das
Unbehag der
>> >Moderne".
>> >I now Habermas has wrote about it. But was it Adorno who coined the word.
>> >I believe those on this list can give a very quick and simple answer.
>> >
>> >From
>> >
>> >Dag Helge Moldenhagen
>> >Rdyrveien 4, 43oo Sandnes.
>> >
>> >
>> >
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