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Second Nature Rhetorical actio and the art of feeling in the singer-actor tradition of the late eighteenth century JOÃO LUÍS PAIXÃO “There may possibly be nations whose livelier feelings incline them more to gesticulation than is common among us, as there are also countries in which plants of excellent use to man grow spontaneously; these, by care and culture, are found to thrive also in colder countries, and by a little study we shall equal the most favoured na- tions.” GILBERT AUSTIN1 A common analogy used by pedagogues throughout the eighteenth

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, nochmals gefragt? Die Rezeption des Natürlichkeitskonzepts im 19. Jahrhundert Vera Grund | 125 Zur Theorie der Körperbewegung in der zweiten Hälfte des 18. Jahrhunderts Claudia Jeschke | 139 Second Nature. Rhetorical actio and the art of feeling in the singer-actor tradition of the late eighteenth century João Luís Paixão | 153 Actio, actio, actio. A director’s point of view on naturalism and naturalistic staging of the early opera repertoire Deda Cristina Colonna | 173 „Les Amours de Bastien et Bastienne“. Ein Opernprojekt der Anton Bruckner

extraordinary and also the most moving.« Cockerham 1975: 156: »[W]hat seems to attract [Beckett] about French is the very fact that it is less second nature to him than is English, that his relationship to it is dif- ferent and makes him more able to manipulate it consciously.« Beer 1994: 216: »Shif ts of language are an enormous help in this enterprise. The avant-garde ar tist needs to be able to throw off the demands of conventional realism, needs to find a new syntax and new forms.« 13 | Fast schon amüsant wirken insofern Nabokovs Äußerungen zu Becketts Franzö- sisch

- ematograph, and the Ideal Woman.” In: Nineteenth-Century French Studies 27(1/2), pp. 71–95. Freud, Sigmund (1919): “Das Unheimliche” [The “Uncanny”]. First published in: Imago, Bd. V., 1919; reprinted in: Sammlung, Fünfte Folge. Trans. in English by Alix Strachey. http://web.mit.edu/allanmc/www/freud1.pdf Greene, Lana (2017): “Finding a Voice.” In: Technology Quarterly, The Economist, 1 May, 2017. www.economist.com/technology-quaterly/2017-05-01/language Gunning, Tom (2003): “Renewing Old Technologies: Astonishment, Second Nature, and the Uncanny in Technology from

. References BARNARD, Alex. V. (2016): Making the city ‘second nature’: Freegan ‘dumpster divers’ and the materiality of morality. – In: American Journal of Sociology, 121/4, 1017-1050. BENNETT, Andy (2011): The post-subcultural turn: some reflections 10 years on. – In: Journal of Youth Studies, 14/5, 493-506. BENNETT, Andy (2018): Conceptualising the relationship between youth, music and DIY careers: A critical overview. – In: Cultural Sociology, 12/2, 140-155. BENNETT, Andy/GUERRA, Paula (2018) (eds.): DIY cultures and underground music scenes. London: Routledge

whom change and time mean absolutely nothing: the Word is his reality. And there is his opposite, the Jew to whom geographic dispersion and cultural multiplicity have become second nature: relativity is his absolute« (Erikson 1949: 503). Identity ist hier, 1949, jedoch mit Bezug auf Nazideutschland und das Judentum, nur einmal in dieser Klarheit kurz aufscheinend, also in der Tat die Identifizierung mit der Identität des Feindes, bzw. die Identifizierung mit der Identitätskonstruktion der eigenen Identität durch den Feind. Diese Verbindung ist, auch zu Zeiten

, such as the set up of 15 high tech hubs. At the same time, ‘the national’ is subject to and ‘threatened’ by extra-national, nebulous forces. These come, like a second nature, from outside. They are not driven 192 | THE NEGOTIATION OF THE “NEW WORLD” by identified and identifiable agents; their impact on the national just hap- pens, as “when manufacturing started going overseas”. This is a ‘new world’, then, in which ‘the national’ is re-produced as something distinctly confined. It becomes what it is via natural (external) forces that threaten (jobs in) the

Kontrast der Werte hervor. Einen Konflikt mit unserer Auffassung von Normalität. Nicht in einer qualitativen Hinsicht besser zu sein – wenn dies auch keine seltene Reaktion ist. Und vielleicht liegt hier die Wurzel von Rassismus und sozialer Diskri- minierung. 3 | Mann, Thomas: Doktor Faustus, Frankfur t: Fischer Taschenbuch Verlag, S. 88-89. Prévost: E xploratoria 265 most recently achieved stage of development, one noticed the secret desire to return to those conditions.”3 SECOND NATURE If this brief characterization of first nature is persuasive, it leads to a

individual’s will and that of creativity as a normative target, we need to think about the acquisi- tion of creativity by rote. Naturalization plays an essential role in this process, since something only counts as ‘creative’ insofar as it happens at least partly in passing, randomly. In addition, the routinization of creativity represents a decisive solution to the problem of how the potential to be creative can be perpe- tuated and maintained in the long run. To come to the point: as an internalized property, creativity is supposed to become one’s ‘second nature