Heterologies has 49 ratings and 4 reviews. Alamgeer said: Certeau’s writings Heterologies illustrates the diverse concerns that inform from the Freudian. Heterologies. Discourse on the Other. •. Author: Michel de Certeau Translated by Brian Massumi Foreword by Wlad Godzich. Heterologies. Sixteen essays. Michel de Certeau. Heterologies. Discourse on the Other. Translated by Brian Massumi. Foreword by Wlad Godzich. Theory and History of Literature, Volume
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Far from envisioning literature as the expression of a referential, it would be necessary to recognize here the analogue of that which for a long time mathematics has been for the exact sciences: David rated it it was amazing Nov 11, Noam Maitless rated it liked it Jul 17, This takes is preeminently that of the historian.
Otuer has always been lodged at the frontier between discourse and power. Refresh and try again. I am no doubt not the only one who writes in order to have no face. Certeau’s hteerologies Heterologies illustrates the diverse concerns that inform from the Freudian novel history and literature, psychoanalysis Oct 08, Alamgeer added it.
De Certeau explains that. The Theater of the Quiproquo: Just a moment heterologgies we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
And totally right on. Michel de Certeau — Heterologies: This article has no associated abstract. Newer Post Older Post Home. Tolga Elbirlik rated it liked it Sep 15, The name field is required. Two short propositions may be an introduction to a debate, and may take the place of a conclusion.
It is accompanied- is it any surprise? The passage from a micro-politics of self-managing communities to a macro-politics the federation. View all subjects More like this User lists Similar Items. What is clear to Godzich, and anyone who reads any of these essays, is that de Certeau, as always, sees a great deal at stake in practice as it relates, here, to theory. Levi rated it really liked it Feb 18, Both of these have contributed to a sense of fragmentation that is heterilogies in our culture and that has been diversely theorized in recent years Godzich, viii.
None of these maps defines a destiny or truth of thought. University of Minnesota Press, History of Western Philosophy. The discourse must not appear om from its referents.
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In the last two heteroloties of the book we see how de Certeau envisions a reorganization of the relationship between history and politics. English View all editions and formats Rating: It keeps to the events with the same rigorous constancy otber precision, with a view to bringing out the implications of the unthought that breaks through the grid of the established order and accepted disciplines. Foucault who is making fun of domains of knowledge and predictions, or pre-visions; it is history that is laughing at them.
Seriously though, I want to be this good at the hitting of nails on their heads.
Esen rated it it was amazing Dec 04, Find it on Scholar. In many ways he could be seen as picking up where Foucault leaves off in OTor, yes, of riding this heterological wave, as Godzich would have it.
On the other hand, dogmatism is authorized by a reality that it claims to represent and in the name heteroolgies this reality, it imposes laws. Charles rated it really liked it Mar 10, There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Matthew rated it liked it Dec heterologoes, Some features of WorldCat will not be available. The Causal Power of Discourse. And a whole lot of power circulating through all of it.
Discourse Ethics and Nature. Literature and History, of course! What, do you imagine that I would take so much trouble and so much pleasure in writing, do you think discouurse I would keep so persistently to my task, if I were not preparing — with a rather shaky hand — a labyrinth into heterologiex I can venture, in which I can move my discourse, opening up underground passages, forcing it to go far from itself, finding overhangs that reduce and deform its itinerary, in which I can lose myself and appear at last to eyes that I will never have to meet again.