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-59 JOHNSON, Sheila K.: "The Japanese Through American Eyes"; Standford University Press, Stanford 1988 KEIM, Heinrich: ",New Wave'- die Avantgarde der modernen anglo- amerikanischen Science-Fiction?"; Corian, Meitingen 1983 KELLNER, Douglas: "Media Culture. Cultural Studies, Identity and Politics Between the Modern and the Postmodern"; Routledge, London und New York, 1995 KELL Y, James Patrick; KESSEL, John: "Hacking Cyberpunk"; In: KELLY, James Patrick; KESSEL, John (Hrsg.): "Rewired: The Post Cyberpunk Anthology"; Tachyon Press, San Francisco 2007, S. vii

1 N. Johnson: The Actor as Playwright, S. 16. 2 Siehe z.B. K. Wilson: Fictions of Authorship; R. Schlesier/B. Trînca (Hg.): Inspira- tion und Adaptation; A. Minnis: Fallible Authors; D. Hobbins: Authority and Publicity; A. Minnis: Medieval Theory of Authorship. 3 Siehe z.B. M. Rose: Authors and Owners. 4 Die Entstehung des modernen Autors, so Andrew Bennett, ist nur erklärbar durch die Ablösung höfischer Kultur, den aufkommenden Merkantilismus und die Drucktechno- logie: »It is only with a reduction in the prestige, status and financial and political 380

methodology its outcomes are likely to affect our notions of lit- erary theory and literary criticism in their relation to literature. At the same time, the study further politicises the textual culture of literary studies through a per- spective that recognises not only literary criticism as (ethico-)political but also the very textual practices which constitute the entire discipline just as much as its ob- jects of study. The aim in this respect is to raise awareness among literary scholars of the systemic implications that their practices share with their objects of

motivated by experiences in specific contexts engage post/modern formal means to serve certain ethico-political agendas. Their mutual aim is to inscribe such textual structures as can lead their readers towards realising their own ficto/critical discourse analyses motivated by their respective idiocultural and con/textual positioning. Ultimately, the goal is to raise awareness of the reading self’s agency and potential – if not responsibility – to transform certain textual and generic practices thus under ficto-critique. After the intersection of aesthetics and

Massenmedien vgl. C. Bartz: MassenMedium Fernsehen. Die Semantik der Masse in der Medienbe- schreibung, S. 227-241: C. Borch: The Politics of Crowds, S. 225-230. Auf- grund von Riesmans Einsichten zum Wandel des sozialen Charakters hat Micha- el Gamper die Großstadtromane von Erich Kästner und Irmgard Keun in der Weimarer Republik analysiert. Vgl. M. Gamper: Masse lesen, Masse schreiben, S. 492-505. 13 P. Sloterdijk: Die Verachtung der Massen, S. 19. Hier bezieht er die »Medien- masse« explizit auf den Begriff der molekularen Masse von Deleuze und Gua- ttari. 3. MASSE

Die verbleibende Zeit verbrachten die Autoren und einige ihrer Freunde gemeinsam in Sterlings Wohnung. Umgeben von japanischer Popmusik und Sterlings fleischfressenden Pflanzen nutzen sie die Zeit, um sich auszutau- schen: "We talked a little about Iiterature - Len Deighton, Nelson Algren, Burroughs, and Ballard- but mostly we talked about rock and roll, MTV, Japan, fashion, drugs, and politics. As Bill [William Gibson] got in the plane for Vancouver he said, only half- kidding, ,A new axis has been formed'. I know I feit that way. Part of it was Bill 's charm

(Hg. Walter Sachs), Heidel- berg: Quelle & Meyer Verlag 1973, S. 82-158. Sullivan, Robert R.: »Gadamer’s Early and Distinctively Political Hermeneu- tics«, in: The Philosophy of Hans-Georg Gadamer, The Library of Living Philosophers, vol. XXIV (Hg. Lewis E. Hahn), LaSalle, Il.: Open Court Publishing 1997, S. 237-253. Troeltsch, Ernst: »Die deutsche Idee von der Freiheit«. in: ders., Deutscher Geist und Westeuropa. Gesammelte kulturphilosophische Aufsätze und Reden, Tübingen 1925; Neudruck Aachen: Scientia Verlag 1966. Trost, Ludwig/Leist, Friedrich: König

impeachment. What will people say about all this 20 years from now? Will they quiz each other on the minutiae of the Starr report, as they do on the Warren report? Or will posterity simply conclude that one of the two political parties, having lost an election, saw an opportunity to nullify it and proved too weak to resist the temptation? You may find that a difficult question. I don’t.« (Beispiel [7] in Smith 2003, 162) Smith (ebd.) interpretiert den direkten Bezug zum Leser in Form von Fragen und dem deiktischen Du als Herstellung der kanonisch

down. It is a little crisis because criticism can’t be relied upon ‘to keep its distance’, and fiction can’t be relied upon to stay in its imaginary and sometimes politically irrelevant worlds.” (ibid: 19) While in this bi/directional process of generic pollution both genres take on the characteristic traits of the other, their generic function becomes less clear even though the texts remain fully functional as texts – only not in a generically pre- dictable way. This unruly effect of the fictocritical leads into the much-heralded grey area of the generic in

: Walter Benjamin, Frankfurt a.M./New York: Campus 1991. Bourdieu, Pierre: L’ontologie politique de Martin Heidegger, Paris: Éditions de Minuit 1988. Bredekamp, Horst: »Von Walter Benjamin zu Carl Schmitt, via Thomas Hobbes«, in: Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie 46, 6 (1998), S. 901-916. Britt, Brian: »The Schmittian Messiah in Agamben’s ›The Time That Remains‹«, in: Critical Inquiry 36, 2 (2010), S. 262-287. Butler, Judith: »Critique, Coercion, and Sacred Life in Benjamin’s ›Critique of Violence‹«, in: Hent de Vries/Lawrence E. Sullivan (Hg.), Political