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Title: “Corpo a corpo” Bataille l’impolitico
Authors: Giannattasio, Marco
Racinaro, Roberto
Moroncini, Bruno
Keywords: Bataille
Issue Date: 30-Apr-2015
Publisher: Universita degli studi di Salerno
Abstract: The research aims to cross the thought of George Bataille, using three conceptual pairs: 1) SUBJECT - INDIVIDUAL 2) SOVEREIGNTY '- SIGNORIA 3) EXCESS - RESIDUAL Individual is a word that does not occur in Bataille’s texts, but is assumed here to emphasize something which is also very present in the work of the French. Under the name of Ipse, Bataille indicates in fact the subject, agent and simultaneously acted, that the consciousness of his singularity, and then of his death, he leans towards the infinite. The IPSE is then the actor of a movement, but not a party in the traditional sense. In it go hand in hand the desire for knowledge, the recognition of the constitutional inadequacy of knowledge, and the ineliminabilità of desire. The Ipse immersed in the flow of this movement is the one who makes experience of ecstasy, when undergoing the failure of its motion more precisely, what precisely towards knowledge. Ecstasy is an affirmation empty, devoid of a positive quality, which can not be inserted in the duration, has no stability or no reference to something known: Ecstasy is not a "state"; as does the voltage between known and unknown, it is a risky move, which is not subject to much repetition, as the possession. The subject is rather more specifically the "bearer" of selfhood, who beyond the epistemological question, lives materially as a tragedy impossible to be around. Merging the panic is inaccessible, but equally inaccessible is the quiet, where death does not stop for a moment to remind him of his finitude; finiteness is what the subject individual, can not stand. So far we have used the pronoun he, in reference to ipse and the subject; is not correct. In their vagueness and dynamism, these two terms are not very personal, perhaps even human. A fortiori, it must be recognized as they are neither opposite nor contradictory, but they are useful tools to mimic the knowledge, partial signs of recognition, that continually fall on each other... [edited by Author]
Description: 2009 - 2010
Appears in Collections:Etica e filosofia politico-giuridica

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