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  • Hans Robert Jauss (German: Jauß; 21 December 1921 in Göppingen – 1 March 1997 in Konstanz) was a German academic, notable for his work in reception theory
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  • surname include: Dave Jauss (born 1957), American baseball coach Georg Jauss (1867-1922), German painter Hans-Robert Jauss (1921–1997), German philosopher
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  • "Horizons of Expectation" is a term fundamental to German academic Hans Robert Jauss's Reception theory. The concept is a component of his theory of literary
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  • researched the Waffen-SS past of the German romanist and academic Hans Robert Jauß leading to the re-evaluation of the latter's past. Westemeir's research
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  • 1978. Jauss, Hans Robert. Aesthetic Experience and Literary Hermeneutics. Trans. Michael Shaw. Minneapolis: U of Minnesota P, 1982. Jauss, Hans Robert. Toward
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  • Carow, German film director and screenwriter (born 1929) March 1 – Hans Robert Jauss, German academic (born 1921) May 22 - Klaus von Bismarck, German journalist
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  • Germany, in work by Norman Holland, Stanley Fish, Wolfgang Iser, Hans-Robert Jauss, Roland Barthes, and others. Important predecessors were I. A. Richards
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  • about Hans-Georg Gadamer at Internet Archive Hans-Georg Gadamer at Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy Chronology (in German) Works by Gadamer Hans-Georg
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  • Autoren aus vier Jahrhunderten. Stuttgart: Metzler, 1999, pp. 185–187. Hans Robert Jauß, "In Memoriam Max Imdahl." In Max Imdahl: Gesammelte Schriften. vol
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  • Renaissance. Cambridge University Press, 1998. Page 17) quoting: Jauss, Hans Robert. Toward an Aesthetic of Reception. University of Minnesota Press,
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  • of Konstanz, which he helped to found in the 1960s. Together with Hans Robert Jauss, he is considered to be the founder of the Constance School of reception
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  • member of Parliament, co-editor of the Neue Württembergische Zeitung Hans Robert Jauss (1921-1997), literary scholar and linguist Peter Häberle (born 1934)
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  • Arnold–Graboné (1896–1982) Carl Arp (1867–1913) Hans Arp (1886–1966) Otto Arpke (1886–1943) Isidor Ascheim (1891–1968) Hans Aschenborn (1888–1931) Fritz Ascher (1893–1970)
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  • developed the Konstanz School's Rezeptionsästhetik (Wolfgang Iser, Hans Robert Jauß, Wolfgang Preisendanz) from a theory of literary response (Reader-response
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  • an emerging synthesis. Some members of the reception theory group (Hans Robert Jauss, in particular) have approximated the Marxist view by arguing that
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  • reader to a text Louise Rosenblatt, Wolfgang Iser, Norman Holland, Hans-Robert Jauss, Stuart Hall Russian formalism Victor Shklovsky, Vladimir Propp
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  • Gershom Sholem from Jerusalem, Theodor W. Adorno from Frankfurt, Hans Robert Jauss from the then young University of Konstanz, and from the US René Wellek
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  • Foucault: Truth and Power; What Is an Author?; The Discourse on Language Hans Robert Jauss: Literary History as a Challenge to Literary Theory Georges Poulet:
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  • Rush, Ormond (1997). The reception of doctrine: an appropriation of Hans Robert Jauss' reception aesthetics and literary hermeneutics. Tesi gregoriana.
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  • Genres can act as constraints on readers as well. Literary historian Hans Robert Jauss describes genres as creating a "horizon of expectation" under which
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