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    Figura Etymologica: heidegger's critique of the economy of reproduction

    Auer, Michael
    Angelaki : journal of theoretical humanities, 01 March 2012, Vol.17(1), pp.13-29 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Figura Etymologica: heidegger's critique of the economy of reproduction
    Auteur: Auer, Michael
    Sujet: Rhetoric ; Privation (Aristotle) ; Use Value (Marx) ; Society of the Spectacle ; Hermeneutic As Principle of Identity ; Philosophy ; Languages & Literatures
    Description: The extensive use that Heidegger makes of the figura etymologica in his works is not mere rhetoric. Inner nominatives, such as in the phrase "the thing things," are indicative of his unique approach to thinking. Heidegger develops this rhetorical figure into a figure of thought, pitting what one could call an inner nominalism against the (onto-)logical and grammatical economy that has installed itself in, and as, the course of the metaphysical tradition leading from Plato's eidos to the spectacle of late capital. Thereby Heidegger seeks to wrest the situation of philosophy - one that positions itself in the crisis of the eidos - from a tautological regime that produces alterity only to reproduce itself. He does so not by championing a radical form of otherness but by reappraising the relations that obtain between the Aristotelian concept of privation and Marx's use value.
    Fait partie de: Angelaki : journal of theoretical humanities, 01 March 2012, Vol.17(1), pp.13-29
    Identifiant: 0969-725X (ISSN); 1469-2899 (E-ISSN); 10.1080/0969725X.2012.671642 (DOI)

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    Predictors of Response to Multiple Sclerosis Therapeutics in Individual Patients

    Hegen, Harald, Auer, Michael, Deisenhammer, Florian
    Drugs, 2016, Vol.76(15), pp.1421-1445 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Of Hearing and Hearing Of Das Unerhörte in Goethe's Novella

    Auer, Michael E
    The Germanic review, 23 February 2011, Vol.86(1), pp.58-72 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Of Hearing and Hearing Of Das Unerhörte in Goethe's Novella
    Auteur: Auer, Michael E
    Sujet: Aesthetics and Politics ; the Demonic ; Eckermann ; Goethe ; Hearing ; Metamorphosis ; Novella (Definition) ; Novella (Genre) ; Reception of Novella ; Wilhelm Meisters Wanderjahre ; Languages & Literatures
    Description: This essay challenges the long-standing tradition of reading Goethe's Novella as an image-driven narrative. Goethe himself suggests my starting point. He characterizes the novelistic event with explicit recourse to the sense of hearing as something "unheard-of." The unexampled and unresolved something that "makes itself heard" unsettles the desire-logic of the image-world Novella depicts by unveiling the dynamics on which its political economy hinges. The unheard-of character of the narrated event, thus, also effects the narrative form of Novella. It dethrones the narrative voice. Consequently, the readers find themselves confronted with an unprecedented and undecided crisis they have to come to terms with alone, while being denied an outside perspective from which to utter a decision. The unheard-of event is ultimately a narrative-less a narrated-event. Exactly here Novella breaks with its genre.
    Fait partie de: The Germanic review, 23 February 2011, Vol.86(1), pp.58-72
    Identifiant: 0016-8890 (ISSN); 1930-6962 (E-ISSN); 10.1080/00168890.2011.543386 (DOI)

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    PINDARS "NOMOS" UND AGAMBENS "BASILEUS": Zur philologischen Textpolitik des "Homo sacer"

    Auer, Michael
    Poetica, 1 January 2013, Vol.45(3/4), pp.271-297 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: PINDARS "NOMOS" UND AGAMBENS "BASILEUS": Zur philologischen Textpolitik des "Homo sacer"
    Auteur: Auer, Michael
    Sujet: Languages & Literatures;
    Description: This article explores the paradigmatic status Agamben's reading of Pindar's Nomos basileus-fragment has for the philological method of the Homo-sacer project, a status Agamben grants and revokes at the same time. As this ambiguous montage of the fragment in his narrative shows, Agamben can only tell the story of occidental sovereignty as an "inclusive exclusion" by reproducing this fundamental bio-political gesture on the level of his textual politics. He tries to escape the consequences this reproduction entails by adapting a number of features of the (Pindaric) ode for his theoretical prose. These 'odic' elements provide a structure that is able to fulfill the paradoxical attempt of recounting the history of an exception.
    Fait partie de: Poetica, 1 January 2013, Vol.45(3/4), pp.271-297
    Identifiant: 03034178 (ISSN)

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    Voluntary Limit Setting and Player Choice in Most Intense Online Gamblers: An Empirical Study of Gambling Behaviour

    Auer, Michael, Griffiths, Mark
    Journal of Gambling Studies, 2013, Vol.29(4), pp.647-660 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Stability and predictive value of anti-JCV antibody index in multiple sclerosis: A 6-year longitudinal study

    Hegen, Harald, Auer, Michael, Bsteh, Gabriel, Di Pauli, Franziska, Plavina, Tatiana, Walde, Janette, Deisenhammer, Florian, Berger, Thomas
    PLoS ONE, 2017, Vol.12(3) [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Inter-Titles and Calendar-Time: Godard's History of Manners

    Auer, Michael E
    Quarterly review of film and video, 19 November 2010, Vol.28(1), pp.1-12 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Inter-Titles and Calendar-Time: Godard's History of Manners
    Auteur: Auer, Michael E
    Sujet: Film
    Fait partie de: Quarterly review of film and video, 19 November 2010, Vol.28(1), pp.1-12
    Identifiant: 1050-9208 (ISSN); 1543-5326 (E-ISSN); 10.1080/10509200802433079 (DOI)

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    An Empirical Investigation of Theoretical Loss and Gambling Intensity

    Auer, Michael, Griffiths, Mark
    Journal of Gambling Studies, 2014, Vol.30(4), pp.879-887 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Self-Reported Losses Versus Actual Losses in Online Gambling: An Empirical Study

    Auer, Michael, Griffiths, Mark D
    Journal of gambling studies, September 2017, Vol.33(3), pp.795-806 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Self-Reported Losses Versus Actual Losses in Online Gambling: An Empirical Study
    Auteur: Auer, Michael; Griffiths, Mark D
    Sujet: Behavioral Tracking ; Gambling Expenditure ; Pre-Commitment ; Responsible Gambling ; Internal-External Control ; Self Report ; Truth Disclosure ; Gambling -- Economics
    Description: Many research findings in the gambling studies field rely on self-report data. A very small body of empirical research also suggests that when using self-report, players report their gambling losses inaccurately. The aim of the present study was to evaluate the differences between objective and subjective gambling spent data by comparing gambler's actual behavioral tracking data with their self-report data over a 1-month period. A total of 17,742 Norwegian online gamblers were asked to participate in an online survey. Of those surveyed, 1335 gamblers answered questions relating to gambling expenditure that could be compared with their actual gambling behavior. The study found that the estimated loss self-reported by gamblers was correlated with the actual objective loss and that players with higher losses tended to have more difficulty estimating their gambling expenditure (i.e., players who spent more money gambling also appeared to have more trouble estimating their expenses accurately)....
    Fait partie de: Journal of gambling studies, September 2017, Vol.33(3), pp.795-806
    Identifiant: 1573-3602 (E-ISSN); 27815667 Version (PMID); 10.1007/s10899-016-9648-0 (DOI)

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    Cognitive Dissonance, Personalized Feedback, and Online Gambling Behavior: An Exploratory Study Using Objective Tracking Data and Subjective Self-Report

    Auer, Michael, Griffiths, Mark
    International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction, 2018, Vol.16(3), pp.631-641 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]