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Just nu läser jag [[La Communauté Inavouable]]. Framöver hoppas jag på samläsning av [[Jean-Luc Nancy|Nancys]] [[La Communauté désœuvrée]] och [[Emmanuel Lévinas|Lévinas]] [[De l'évasion]].
 
Just nu läser jag [[La Communauté Inavouable]]. Framöver hoppas jag på samläsning av [[Jean-Luc Nancy|Nancys]] [[La Communauté désœuvrée]] och [[Emmanuel Lévinas|Lévinas]] [[De l'évasion]].
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:"''If the community is revealed by the death of the other person, it is because death is itself the true community of mortal beings: their impossible communion. The community therefore occupies the following singular space: it takes upon itself the impossibility of its own immanence, the impossibility of a communitarian being as subject. In a way the community takes upon itself and inscribes in itself the impossibility of the community . . . . A community is the presentation to its members of their mortal truth (one may say as well that there can be no community of immortal beings...). It is the presentation of finitude and of excess without possibility of return that founds the finite-being . . . .''"

Versionen från 27 december 2007 kl. 19.58

Iammany är en genuin boknörd och nomad, både i världen och i tanken. Har en erotisk dragning till allsköns outsiders och fria andar. Sägs ha vissa kopplingar till kättersk anarkism. Bloggar emellanåt på En bris av frisk luft.


Just nu läser jag La Communauté Inavouable. Framöver hoppas jag på samläsning av Nancys La Communauté désœuvrée och Lévinas De l'évasion.



"If the community is revealed by the death of the other person, it is because death is itself the true community of mortal beings: their impossible communion. The community therefore occupies the following singular space: it takes upon itself the impossibility of its own immanence, the impossibility of a communitarian being as subject. In a way the community takes upon itself and inscribes in itself the impossibility of the community . . . . A community is the presentation to its members of their mortal truth (one may say as well that there can be no community of immortal beings...). It is the presentation of finitude and of excess without possibility of return that founds the finite-being . . . ."