4. Game and seriousness in Benjamin.
One of the passages that usually goes unnoticed in the Benjaminian essay attributes to art two aspects, for the time being, obscure: one linked to the game and the other to seriousness. These attributes, however, finally collude Benjamin's political position and the demand he would make on art. Thus, considering the cases previously analyzed and through a brief review of authors such as Kant, Goethe, Fichte, Schiller, in addition to commentators such as Agamben, it seems possible to generate a new way of addressing the hypothesis of W. Benjamin.