The gaze and the blood

Papazisis Editions, Athens 2015

Τhe effort of our study is to detect that other interpretative perspective for that other gaze and for that other blood, and –it is already clear– for their relationship, but also for their relationship with the commitment of the ultimate tragic act, has as its starting point, in the First Part of our study, the discourse for the gaze and for the blood, the discourse for the gaze and the blood as non-representational ontological concentrations of becoming of the life of the subject. Consequently, this effort ascertains that the gaze and the blood, these non-representational, ontological concentrations of becoming of the life of the subject, constitute the becoming of the non-representational tragic. After this ascertainment, this effort refers to the modes and the quality of becoming of the non-representational tragic that are included in 'the human'; that is, it refers –among other issues– to the meeting of the gaze and the blood with death, within the frame of the openness of time to death.
In the Second Part of our study, the same as always effort of detecting another interpretation – perspective for that other gaze and for that other blood that have the uniqueness of power to lead the subject to achieving the ultimate tragic act, focuses on the attempt of an exemplary revealment of becoming of the non-representational tragic, through the discussion of the poetic phenomenology of the modes of becoming of the non-representational concentrations of this tragic in Medea.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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