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  • 5. A false candor of the text and suffering of Ulysse

    The Odyssée is the epilogue of the Iliade. “Longin”. On sublime, Ulysse is suddenly threatened by a storm that the anger of Poseidon dechains against it. The hero acknowledges the truth of the words of Calypso (V, 300), yet, against all expectations, because the Nymph assured him that he would retur...

  • Presentation

    The Comment episode by implicit disagreement on how we can talk about the current situation. In order to learn what motivates the costly celebrations that illuminated the city during the night, the dolphia enquires with the Queen, offering him, as a guarantee of submission, the grid of his possible...

  • Hesiode and Muses: the gift of truth and the conquest of speech

    The depth and seriousness of Hesiode’s reflection on traditional epic heritage, both in terms of expressive heritage and the complex network of values and ideals, and, indeed, the principles of the poetic nature of the eppopée, are now well-established realities. In these circumstances, the almost l...

  • Disputationes vallianae

    1. – La date de naissance de Lorenzo Valla Les deux biographes modernes de Valla, qui ont tous deux publié en 1891, sont en désaccord sur la date de sa naissance. R. Sabbadini décida pour 1407 ; G. Mancini opta pour 1405. Depuis lors, les érudits ont choisi entre ces deux options ou donné les deux d...

  • IV. Indifference

    ‘osciller, slip, tipping’: these terms klossowskiens in the definition of thought are sufficient to place the ‘phenomenon’ in a field ultimately defined by the author of the Baphomet: indifference. The concept is of course nietzschéenne, the name, on the other hand, serves as a justification for the...

  • Written trimmings

    Written breaks or paintings of an exhibition of clothes in literature, in drinking schools. Coat, jacket, dress, shoe or slippage, accessories or even simple gesture if it is sufficient to attach attention. There is no shortage of writers to take care of the guard of their characters, not so much to...

  • Translating the same, the other and the one

    Since Cicéron, translation theories consider that there are two ways of translating a literary text. Either the translator remains unconditionally faithful to the language of the original, or he acts as an author and is translated according to the habits of the host language. In this duality, which...

  • Epilogue. Wisdom of the poet

    "Reality and poetry is a double desire, a series of matches that are now the bedding of my life. A solid rope, which is well tressed from my experiences and dreams, allows me to draw on the centuries-old reserves, flooring fountains and tanks filled with sky water. “Mr Barrès L’amnesty may pronounce...

  • Réda by cheating the eye

    The appearance is indefinitely plastic and permeable, while the illusion, which like this wall exhibe only itself, and behind which it was decided that there is nothing, nevertheless suggests a setback and a violent desire to know it. This would prevent me from writing: I was faulted by the building...

  • ‘Mademoiselle bistouri’ and the surgery of the cores

    A text such as ‘Mademoiselle bistouri’, the XLVII poem of the Spleen of Paris, is clearly mild for a critical approach inspired by psychanalysis. Its title already indicates this, by combining, by metaphor or metonymy, the designation of a young woman with that of an instrument which enables the doc...

  • The sense of disorientation

    Ah! no, my relationship with Michaux is not good, not good at all. That he leaves me a bit quiet, that is what I would like to see, but he continues to bush me and tip me down. He wants me to get out of my bar. That is why he is attacking my gangs so that I lose any point of reference. And I am obli...

  • III. Inconsistency

    ‘Nothing makes sense’: this is the ‘award’ that Nietzsche, cited by Klossowski, describes as essentially ‘melancolic’ (Nietzsche and the vicious circle, p. 82). More than a philosophical axioma affecting the nature and prerogatives of being such an axioma in itself, it is necessary to recognise here...

  • 14.... An injured pupil

    Pierre’s uncle is an old doctor. In order to treat a patient, he first examines his eye, taking as an indication only the diagnosis of the cornea. In the eye of an old servant, this sorcier sees the spraying of a synovie that blocks her knee. A quote from Platon to start. De Platon or, more precisel...

  • Philippe Vasset or the ambition of a ‘Centre Pompidou textuel’

    The website of the Fayard editions publishing the works signed by Philippe Vasset presents the author: Born in 1972, Philippe Vasset is a journalist and writer. Graduated in geography, philosophy and international relations, he worked for some time in an American law firm. He is now editor-in-chief...

  • Show

    Donc, first, get to see, and even impose a vision of what we prefer not to see, put to bare, humiliate the icons, undo and sow statues. Ponge, in 1930, written in ‘The Law and Propphetes’: The statues will pick up in the city one day with a tissue stick between the thighs. Women will then take their...

  • Misunderstood affinities

    The author of these lines experienced two intellectual lightning attacks in the 1980s by reading Roman Mensonge and Roman truth and La Distinction. Girard and Bourdieu are two leading artists, who each create two full worlds of dark seduction, built with a conceptual device inside which you feel to...

  • VIII. The deed of mind

    ‘Our fight’, the Aptre Paul, ‘is not against flesh and blood, but against the spiritual power of mechancity in celestial places.’ It is under this epigraph that the suspended novel of La Vocation opens. This is one of the fundamental paradoxes of Klossowski’s existence and work. Hence, against wides...

  • Introduction

    since the middle of the twentieth century, European philosophy has always shown that knowledge has no direct bearing on the world of phenomena. Mr Husserl had offered access to the ‘very things’ to the German legislature, but since then we have learned how to respect — if not feared — the constituti...

  • 5. The unlikely geography

    Moi! I said that I’ve been cheating or angled, free of all morals, I’m going to the ground, with a duty to look for; and the rough reality to be screened! Peasant! Arthur Rimbaud De la Lorraine in Venice, the free man’s journey resembled a one-way journey: from disappointment to triumph. From the Lo...

  • At the point of escape: on a painting by Edouard Manet

    The first thing to do is to ask the question: what right, in what sense do we purport to “apply psychanalysis” to a painting? As we know, there is a first scandal to make unconscious people speak out of the cure. This framework, on some sides, is a set of constraints, but it makes it possible to cre...

  • Chapter IV. The miracle of Venice

    ‘There are places where the mindset flourished.’ ‘I felt like the best of my contemporary young, the desire to live my life, a strong, powerful life, to unlock my personality, a powerful personality. (...) I lacked an environment, an environment created by my predecessors, a suitable environment for...

  • Second stasimon

    The stasimon put an aporie to the interpreters, the terms of which appear clearly in the positions adopted by the history of criticism. The choir attacked the perpetrator of a transgression with indignation. If we stick to the immediate content of the latest exchanges of the episode, it would apply...

  • 15. Mindful of food: forgotten of the suffering

    Chez Homère, the issue of food is never treated with legère.Faustino Codino, Introduzione a Omero Le heart (thumos) and ventre (gastēr) are not synonymous, although they are both used as a figure by Homère to refer to the ‘desire’ or ‘impulse’ of man. Thumos can also be the ‘appetite’ as in the expr...

  • Presentation

    The first two speeches of the episode (the address of the dolphia and the response of Agamemnon) provide two different answers to the same concern: how can just political action be deduced, with regard to the future of the city finally joined by its sovereign, from the massive, enormous and obvious...

  • Conclusion

    as the decapitation escapes the image, the representations go so far as to make it impossible; this goes from decapity, which does not die, to the action of beapitation for whom neither time nor space is available to take place. However, even if it is felt only a posteriori, once the head has been s...

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