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Neohelicon

, Volume 45, Issue 1, pp 35–54 | Cite as

Assicurarsi: una visione della “finis monarchiae” dai limiti dell’Impero. Considerazioni intorno a Carlo Michelstaedter

  • Marco Carmello
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Abstract

In our paper we will discuss the relation between Carlo Michelstaedter’s thought and the social-politic structure of the late Austro-Hungarian empire. We try to demonstrate that in the Michelstaedter’s philosophical work the deepest sense of the fall of Habsburgs monarchy becomes clear assuming a meta-historical value. Due to his peripheral origin Michelstaedter could interpret in an original way the cultural, anthropological and social causes that combined to bring about the crisis of the double-headed monarchy. In our discussion we will refer to the Tatossian’s assumption that the psychoanalysis, and above all the central psychoanalytic structure of Oedipus complex, represents an useful anthropological description of the late Austro-Hungarian society.

Keywords

Carlo Michelstaedter Paternity Finis Monarchiae Ornament Renovation Artistic Avant-garde Language 

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© Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest, Hungary 2018

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Universidad Complutense de MadridMadridSpain

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