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Figures emerge from movement. We live and think in figures. This monograph pursues the literary, theological, and philosophical traces of the concept of figura in comparative constellations from antiquity to modernity, starting with Erich Auerbach, developing them into a method of literary-philosophical figuralogy and opening up a compendium of connections between conceptual history and literary theory.
Patricia Gwozdz, University of Potsdam, Germany.
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