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In this landmark volume, Blanchot sustains a dialogue with a number of thinkers whose contributions have marked turning points in the history of Western thought and have influenced virtually all the themes that inflect the contemporary literary and philosophical debate today. I would say that never as much a In this landmark volume, Blanchot sustains a dialogue with a number of thinkers whose contributions have marked turning points in the history of Western thought and have influenced virtually all the themes that inflect the contemporary literary and philosophical debate today.
I would say that never as much as today have I pictured him so far ahead of us. Get A Copy. Paperback , Theory and History of Literature, Vol. Published by University of Minnesota Press first published November 27th More Details Original Title. Other Editions 9. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Infinite Conversation , please sign up. Be the first to ask a question about The Infinite Conversation.
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In fact its great for beginer and profesor alike. You will always refer to this on your shelf wether your into philosophy, literature, or just a curious person who realizes that there are others who can "look" with intellige im guessing your already here because this is your thing. You will always refer to this on your shelf wether your into philosophy, literature, or just a curious person who realizes that there are others who can "look" with intelligent emotion.
Really a speed-bump for those who think they know how to observe. Nov 16, Alex Obrigewitsch rated it it was amazing. What can I say about Blanchot? This review is daunting. This work is of utmost importance. Blanchot speaks to the texts of others, through the texts of others, through a plural speech: a saying that speaks of the impossible through what the work and its writer or thinker have called forth.
Blanchot's ethics blossom in this collection. His relations with the other, with otherness, are so clearly, though of necessity obcurely, stated. These works also contain some of the best workings through of Bla What can I say about Blanchot? These works also contain some of the best workings through of Blanchot's complex thoughts and terms. There is so much I have not said here.
So much remains unsaid. This review is but a fragment of what I would express about this work. There is no whole, complete expression. It will ever be attempted again, differently. Read this work. Struggle through it. Think along its many detours. It is so very important, especially, in ways, for the world we are living in today.
A citation, then, to express the attempt that this work, all of Blanchot's works, and all works, whether linguistic or otherwise, attempt: " naming the possible, responding to the impossible. Dec 11, Tarvo rated it it was amazing. It is not the self that is attentive in attention; rather, with an extreme delicacy and through insensible, constant contacts, attention has always already detached me from myself, freeing me for the attention that I for an instant become.
Apr 29, Liam rated it really liked it Shelves: philosophy. For how long still? What he had wanted was entirely different, a cold interruption, the rupture of the circle.
The most profound question is such that it does not allow one to understand it; one can only repeat it, let it reverberate on a plane where it is not resolved but dissolved, returned to the void from which it arose. View 1 comment.
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There are many remarkable facts about the long life of the French novelist and philosopher Maurice Blanchot. But to concentrate on these facts, relevant as they are, would be to ignore what Blanchot offers, which is a return to the fundamental mystery of literature. That is, why do written words have so much power over us, yet also seem completely estranged from the world they supposedly refers to? It is an asymmetry that Blanchot presents to us relentlessly. In my opinion.
The Infinite Conversation
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