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Selfhood in Jerusalem Conclusion: The Irony of Self-Annihilation. Do you want to read the rest of this article? Request full-text. This book will be a crucial source for those interested in the political legacy of Romanticism, as well as for anyone concerned with critical theoretical approaches to politics in the present.
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While the theory of reception has moved on considerably since publication of this book, it is a comprehensive study of literary and artistic influences. 2. Bertholf, R. and Levitt, A. Blake and the Moderns (SUNY: 1982).
Chapters on the discourse and concept of self-annihilation are followed by specific readings of the term in Blake’s works from Songs of Innocence and of Experience to Jerusalem. While the theory of reception has moved on considerably since publication of this book, it is a comprehensive study of literary and artistic influences.
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The Self-Annihilation of God. International Journal of Žižek Studies, Vol 4. . International Journal of Žižek Studies, Vol 4, No 4 (2010), 2010. Thomas J. J. Altizer. Download with Google. William Blake first envisioned the death of God in his first prophetic book, America (1793), envisioning God as Urizen, an alien and tyrannical God whose death realizes an ultimate liberation. Now Hegel could know an absolute Self-Negation of God as an absolute Self- Saving of God - this is the deepest of all Hegelian scandals - and it is fully paralleled in Blake’s vision of Self-Annihilation. Both Blake and Heel have been known as Gnostics in this context, for Gnosticism did and does enact a Self-Saving of God.