La poesía del pensamiento. Del helenismo a Celan by George Steiner PDF

By George Steiner

ISBN-10: 8498418062

ISBN-13: 9788498418064

George Steiner nos ofrece en los angeles poesía del pensamiento una esclarecedora visión de l. a. inseparable relación que existe entre los angeles filosofía occidental y el lenguaje y, con su deslumbrante y convincente criterio a l. a. hora de argumentar, nos presenta su opus magnum: un examen de más de dos milenios de cultura occidental que reivindica los angeles esencial unidad del gran pensamiento y el gran estilo. Panorámico pero preciso, moviéndose entre el detalle esencial y el ejemplo decisivo, George Steiner recorre toda los angeles historia de los angeles filosofía occidental, que se entrelaza con l. a. literatura, para llegar a los angeles conclusión de que, como afirmaba Sartre, en toda filosofía hay «una prosa literaria oculta». «Este genio poético del pensamiento abstracto», señala Steiner, «se ilumina, se hace audible. El argumento, aun analítico, tiene su redoble de tambor. Se hace oda. ¿Hay algo que exprese el movimiento ultimate de l. a. Fenomenología de Hegel mejor que el non de non de Edith Piaf, una doble negación que Hegel habría estimado? Este ensayo es un intento de escuchar más atentamente».

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8 The potential for military application of Marey’s research was immediately apparent, and the French Ministry of War subsidized his laboratory’s work, offering financial assistance and the bodies of infantrymen as research material. Marey’s work, however, had obvious artistic merit as well; the bodies, suspended yet moving, possessed a poignant grace. Using technology of his own design, Marey managed to record what the eye cannot see. Suspending time, he captured the fleeting moment, recording the sensation of movement and thereby opening new vistas of perception.

23 The disembodied, silenced woman represents the feminine realm of sensuality from which Tatlin is liberated. Freed of former constraints, the new man inhabits a new multi-dimensional reality, attained by way of cognition and calculation. Clarity of perception can only be achieved, suggests the painting, if the human being becomes a machine. In “The Cine-Eyes. A Revolution,” Dziga Vertov sings encomia to the 33 Homo Faber, Homo Ludens Fig. 2. El Lissitzky, Tatlin at Work on the Monument to the Third International, 1921 aesthetic defamiliarization wrought by such a mechanical device as the film camera: “I am the Cine-Eye.

X-rays, microscopes, aerial photography, and the camera demonstrate how much indeed the human eye has missed. Dziga Vertov’s ecstatic ode to the camera is concomitant with the belief that human transformation is possible only if man acknowledges his physical inadequacy and adopts the camera as a prosthesis for his own deficient body: I am the Cine-Eye. I create a man more perfect than Adam was created . . 25 In such a montage, the “perfect man” is an assemblage of perfect parts harvested from various bodies.

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