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Death, Language, Thought: On Gerard Bucher's L'Imagination de L'Origine by Metka Zupancic

Death, Language, Thought: On Gerard Bucher's L'Imagination de L'Origine by Metka Zupancic

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Author
Metka Zupancic
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Summa Publications
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192
ISBN
9781883479473
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Hardcover
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This volume contains fourteen essays in which different aspects of Gerard Bucher's 'thanatopoietic hypothesis' are examined. Initially, five papers (by Wilson Baldridge, Claire Nouvet, Jean-Michel Rabate, Helene Domon, and Metka Zupancic)were presented at the International Association for Philosophy and Literature (IAPL), during its 2001 meeting in Atlanta, Georgia. Subsequently Michel Deguy and Pierre Ouelet, together with Christian Garaud, Kuisma Korhonen, Michael Degener, and Maurizio Godorecci, were invited to explore various implications of Bucher's hypotheses. Bucher's own work, as shown in his contribution to this volume, analyzes the connection between our experience of death and the establishment of poetry as a means of approaching the truth of being, of aestheticism, and of ethics.


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