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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Violences of name: exception and silence|
|Abstract:||From the reading of the final scene of Pier Paolo Pasolini's Teorema, the present essay proposes an analysis about human language, as well as the political implications that arise from such analysis. It approaches the manner how the limit of language is faced in the reflections that Pasolini and Maurice Blanchot do about it. Retaking Valery - poetry as 'I 'hesitationprolongee entre le senset le son' - it demonstrates how the pair signifier/signified can be read as the mystic question of language, i.e., as something that deal with mystery. For that, it resorts to Dante's comprehensions about the origin of significant language, to Walter Benjamin's propositions about language and to contemporary readings of Giorgio Agamben and Jean-Luc Nancy. The analyses expose how mystical problem of language can and must be connected to the political problem. It is to say, to the comprehension of politics it is implicated the necessity of resizing of the Aristotelian maxima zoon logon ekhon. The essay also exposes the way Man resolves his life into language, so as to the presupposed political certitudes it is necessary newer questions about the dimension of human. Therefore the reading of Teorema is the motto to think a dimension in which ontology resolve itself into ethics and docks not in a quest for the Sense of politics, but into a (political) thinking (about politics) crossbred by a reinvention of senses.|
|Editor:||Pontificia Univ Catolica Parana|
|Appears in Collections:||Artigos e Materiais de Revistas Científicas - Unicamp|
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