This comment on Werner Herzog’s film “Jeder für sich und Gott gegen alle” (1974) deals with the enigma of Kasper Hauser’s origins, with the precarious status of the body and with his introduction into language. This is related to the problem of becoming a subject. The question arises as to what in this becoming constitutes the first and necessary anchoring point: what is the necessary condition for becoming a human subject?
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