A Paradigm Case for Merleau-Ponty: The Ambiguity of.
He is known for popularizing the essay as a literary genre. Pierre Bayle,. Maurice Merleau-Ponty, 20th-century phenomenological philosopher. Henri Lefebvre, Marxist philosopher and sociologist. Georges Canguilhem, philosopher and physician, specialized in the philosophy of science. Georges Bataille, 20th-century influential intellectual and literary figure. Pierre Bourdieu, sociologist.
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The Work of Literary Translation Clive Scott. Offering an original reconceptualization of literary translation, Clive Scott argues against traditional approaches to the theory and practice of translation. Instead he suggests that translation should attend more to the phenomenology of reading, triggering creative textual thinking in the responsive reader rather than testing the hermeneutic.
As Merleau-Ponty pointed out in his essay, “Cezanne’s Doubt”: the Catholic (as Cezanne preeminently was) argument between Free Will and Predetermination held sway over his entire oeuvre. Regardless of whatever anguish and indeterminacy daily plagued his paintings, they were all nonetheless fated to have a stubborn inevitability, this overall consignment of persona: Cezanne could not.
The Analytic Field and its Transformations presents a collection of articles written jointly by Antonino Ferro and Giuseppe Civitarese over the last few years. All revolve around the post-Bionian model of the analytic field (BFT). Indeed, analytic field theory is emerging as a new paradigm in psychoanalysis. Going hand-in-hand with this is an ever-growing interest in Bion in general. Bion.
In: G. Weiss and D. Olkowski, eds. Feminist Interpretations of Merleau-Ponty. Penn State University Press, pp. 167-182. ISBN 027102917X (Book Section).
Turning Victorian notions of propriety and a woman’s place on its ear, this finely crafted essay collection studies Gilman’s writings and the manner in which they push back against societal norms and reject male-dominated confines of space. The contributors present fascinating and innovative readings of some of Gilman’s most significant works. By examining the settings in “The Yellow.