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Introduction

8 The Cooked Kitchen Images, Rituals, Myths Preface 9 The Wiener Schnitzel in the Rorschach Test 10 The Cooked Kitchen Images, Rituals, Myths 11 1 1 Plachutta/Wagner (1993: 306 f ) 2 2 Leitner (2006: 62 f ) 12 The Cooked Kitchen 3 3 Cf. Frazer (1993: 704) 4 4 Cf. Ruhm (undated: 248 f ) 5 5 Cf. Rorschach (1921/ 1998: 15) 6 6 Ibid., p. 23 7 7 Cf. Gombrich (1959/ 1987: 80 f f ) 8 8 Ibid. Images, Rituals, Myths 13 Karl Friedrich von Rumohr 9 14 The Cooked Kitchen Dough as Primal Form Images, Rituals, Myths 15 9 Rumohr (1822/1993: 95) 16 The Cooked Kitchen 10 10 The ?lm and cultural theorist Peter Kubelka recently republished this book (2006). In his int- duction he juxtaposes the cookbook with books by Rumohr, Brillat-Savarin and Pellegrino Artusi that were all written by philosophical diners. Images, Rituals, Myths 17 The Bough as the First Fork 18 The Cooked Kitchen Ludwig Wittgenstein 11 11 (Wittgenstein 1953/ 2004: 166) Images, Rituals, Myths 19 The Devil’s Fork 12 The story about carving is taken from Wühr’s book (1961: 27ff ). The book Altes Essbesteck (Old Cutlery) certainly does not always take a scienti?c 12 approach. But since we are not interested in scienti?c proofs but in myths, this book serves our purposes very well. 13 On this subject see Freedberg (1991) and Belting (1996). 14 Rudofsky (1987: 110), in his polemic, often puts

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  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-211-77642-1
  • Copyright Information Springer Vienna 2008
  • Publisher Name Springer, Vienna
  • Print ISBN 978-3-211-77641-4
  • Online ISBN 978-3-211-77642-1
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