The essai is a reflection on Walter Benjamin's Essais "Trauer and Tragedy" and "The meaning of language in Trauerspiel and Tragedy". In them the reflection on music relate itself to a jewish messianic conception of nature, language and history, where in the link with the conception of redemption the temporality of music approaches the messianic temporality.The article shows how important the reflection on music has been for the philosophy of Walter Benjamin. Starting from the early writing a philosophy of music can be recognized. It relates to the central concepts of Walter Benjamin: Redemption, Language, Sound, the Name of God, Time and Messianism.
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