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As an artist of renewal Buber was also interested to capture the auratic moment which engenders the experience of mystery. Although he cannot be said to have been at the center of the heterogeneous Expressionist movement, partially because of his dedication to the objectives of a Jewish moderne, he was certainly part of this vibrant cultural scene. His anthologies of myth and mysticism found great resonance among Expressionists. 31 What he shared with Expressionism was, alongside the appreciation 36 chapter two of the religious, an ambivalent attitude to modernity.
His anthologies of myth and mysticism found great resonance among Expressionists. 31 What he shared with Expressionism was, alongside the appreciation 36 chapter two of the religious, an ambivalent attitude to modernity. Highlighting such as pects as rhythm and movement, Hasidism cultivated the spiritual life as both a distinctive form of religious culture and a dynamic form of life. Lebensphilosophie was the connecting link between Neo-Romanticism and Expressionism. Henri Bergson had just presented intuition as an integral ex perience.
It gradually evolved from a non-institutionalized network of collaboration into an institutionalized production of anthologies. An examination of the role and function of the genre in a specific cultural and existential setting is immediately encumbered by a need to identify the dialectic between the two elementary impulses inspiring the compilation, namely, preservation and innovation. It may be helpful to delineate some definitional considerations before we turn to a discussion of the genre as a distinct cultural form.