Merry Think Time!

Reinhart Koselleck (photographer), Light decoration Santa Claus in sleigh at the main station, 2001. © Bildarchiv Foto Marburg/Reinhart Koselleck. Courtesy of Reinhart Koselleck joint heirs.

„Was ereignet sich nicht alles zu gleicher Zeit, was sowohl diachron wie synchron aus völlig heterogenen Lebenszusammenhängen hervorgeht.“

Reinhart Koselleck: Einleitung, in: ders.: Zeitschichten. Studien zur Historik, 4. Aufl. Frankfurt a.M. 2015, S. 9-16, hier S. 9.

“How much can happen at the same time that emerges both diachronically and synchronically from completely heterogeneous life contexts.”

Reinhart Koselleck, “Einleitung”, in ders.: Zeitschichten. Studien zur Historik, 4. edition Frankfurt a.M. 2015, 9-16, here 9. (English translation by the editorial board and Sunniva Greve.)

« Que n’arrive-t-il pas au même moment, qui ne soit issu de contextes de vie totalement hétérogènes, aussi bien au niveau diachronique que synchronique. »

Reinhart Koselleck, « Einleitung », in Reinhart Koselleck, Zeitschichten. Studien zur Historik, Frankfurt a.M., Surhkamp Verlag, 2015 (4e édition), 9-16, ici 9. (traduit de l’allemand par le comité éditorial.)

“Quante cose diverse accadono allo stesso tempo che emergono da contesti di vita assolutamente eterogenei sia dal punto di vista diacronico sia da quello sincronico”.

R. Koselleck, «Einleitung», in Id., Zeitschichten. Studien zur Historik, Frankfurt am Main, Surhkamp, 20154, p. 9 (traduzione dal tedesco ad opera della redazione).


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Editorial Board (2022, December 20). Merry Think Time! Geschichtstheorie am Werk. Retrieved May 22, 2024, from https://doi.org/10.58079/pcy4

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