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Less similar is the approach they completl to myth as a specific subject in their writings. Unlike Ortega’s relative indifference – if one dares think anything could be indifferent to him – Zambrano takes myth as what Duch calls an “in-wording” element by linking it with autobiographical forms of writing, such as her characteristic deliriums.
Fundo de Cultura, In this article Valene Georges presents a retrospective view ofthe titanic achievements that both have shared with this ensemble in Chile and abroad.
Besides, the author presents a personal view ofher close friendship with Carmen Luisa during more than thirty years. Delirios de vida y muerte. From Princesa to Princess with a Prince: In the case of Princesadirected by Henrique Goldman, it is questionable whether we can speak about an adaptation at all.
As Goldman himself stated, he got the idea for making the film after reading the eponymous book written by Fernanda Farias de Albuquerque in collaboration with Maurizio Jannelli. In his film, Goldman has made drastic changes to the autobiographical story of Fernandathe Brazilian transsexual prostitute who travels to Europe in order to earn money for her sex-change operation.
However, the film was in fact dedicated to the memory of the real Fernandawho had passed away in the meantime. In this contribution, the two works will be examined in their relationship to a third source-text by paying special attention to the processes of worldmaking as developed in Nelson Goodman’s seminal book and expanded in the collection of essays Cultural Ways of Worldmaking.
Haunted Legality and Collective Expressions of Pain. Feminist health care providers have debated the efficacy of the decriminalization of abortion in Mexico City. Luisaa counselor in a private clinic, suggested that while the law has expanded the visibility of, and access to safe abortion, it has also called forth “other ghosts.
Drawing on ethnographic research, I explore how Luisa ‘s ghosts materialize in the embodied- affective relations between patients in new legal clinics. Women who attend public clinics negotiate moral stigma along with religious and familial pressures in the ways they suffer, as well as normalize abortion as a painful experience. Rather than approach pain as purely a sign of victimization, I suggest that its expression constitutes an effervescent collectivity between women in the clinic, making explicit, while at the same time dissipating, an intractable moral-affective knot that might otherwise be ignored.
The meanings about the different roles played by the city in the philosophy of Zambranoshows a theory that points to its origin, as a place of revelation and human care, and its destruction by an instrumental reason that prepares people to be removed if history demands it. The city, in hands of a sovereign power that rules under the logic of domination and control, is uninhabitable.
Zambrano proposes the idea of a new city whose heart is conformed by the person and democracy, so that it could allow for reappearance of the city as a creation, as a space of projection and care of the freedom of every of its habitants. Interview of Luisa Saiani with Luigina Mortari]. Reflections on qualitative research. Interview of Luisa Saiani to Luigina Mortari. Luigina Mortari, an internationally known expert of epistemology and qualitative research, was interviewed to explore her thoughts on issues relevant for qualitative research: Full Text Available Maria Zambrano reflects upon some of the problems she has been always interested in: Christianity and Mysticism with especial emphasis on the divine processions, the Incarnation of Christ, the Virgin Mary, the liturgy among other personal experiences.
In these letters the pursuit for the Holy Spirit as the foundation of knowledge is remarkably noticeable, so that it could be argued that this experience contributes and gives rise to the rejection both of rationalism and of materialism of the philosophy.
Full Text Available In this paper, Rosa Rius thinks about feminine identity and its history, based on the expressions of freedom of two authors living four centuries apart: Full Text Available This interview addresses the commercial dimensions of the nineteenth-century digital archive.
This article shows how the story forges ludic connections between the human body especially hearts, blood, and cardiologists, the censorship and repression in the early s in Argentina, and the discourse that marked the official response to los desaparecidosthe disappeared.
Through her critical thinking of the European rationalism and her adopting of a vision based upon a mediating solution to the old quarrel between Philosophy and Poetry, she reveals the adscriptions of the meaning of the soul and portrays the way or the experience that lead to soul consciousness. The study will shed light on these adscriptions and the confluence of that meaning with the poetic conception within the contemporary context of the Spanish philosopher and of other thinkers, as well.
Both have self-referential productions that allow reflections about corpulence and seem to tighten standards and aesthetic standards prevailing in contemporary society. The results reveal the possibility to hold a conversation between the artists works starting from their bodies to tack speeches concerning identity, gender and power. The author refers to the inklingsof the contact between them the colaboration in Sur and Conoscenzareligiosa magazines, the frequenting of Campo and Schneider, the correspondencebetween her and Zambranonevertheless, she also signs the shared interestin the organ of hearing, in addition to the similarities of thought fromtheir respective disciplines: In the case of Cristina Campo, the musicality of herwriting style is also discussed.
We will examine the existential and philosophical experience of exile as death and rebirth desnacimento. Thanks to distance and separation from motherland, Zambrano could go through the radical dereliction that brought her to the inner solitude of the self. So that she could discover the function of delirium as a salvific force: In the dispute, Reyes seems to represent a rational position, while Zambrano appears to follow an irrational aesthetics originated by German and English romanticism.
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This interpretation of Goethe is, by the way, predominant in Spanish-speaking cultures, as Udo Rukser showed in his classical study. Far from being drained in a simple biographical circumstance, it was this experience the constant nourishment of an entire reflection from and on the margin, in answer to the crisis of the western subjectivity.
The memory, understood as an interpolating rescue of their lost faces, veiled under the overpowering violence of the European history, and against the grain always of all objective or discursive understanding of the past, plays a part singly inside this reflection.
To discover, under the objectivity of the same ones, something more than history. With this objective, their reflection about the complex articulation and declination of the history of philosophy in literary genres, as places of its intimate drama, flows in the analysis of two specific and, in some respects, similar forms of literature: The latter is nothing new in the literary scene but, recognized as true of Western thinking method, is proposed as a conditio sine qua non of its authentic rebirth.
Symphony and confession, which in their analogical and musical process would realize the ancient Pythagorean inspiration, insist on the need to invalidate that world devoid of subject, to reveal the immobilism and the absolutism of the concept and to rethink the tragedy, as a genre and in its historical manifestations, to forestall its ending. They share, therefore, the same purpose: Teniendo en cuenta que el lenguaje siempre distorsiona la realidad debemos buscar la claridad, volver a la inocencia de las cosas.
Full Text Available Heritages of exceptional value are often not properly understood, even if they are part of our everyday life.
This is the case of the Eugenio Morelli sanatorium village. Photographs drive this renewed wise and educated perception, and create a sort of touristic itinerary within the ex sanatorium, inviting to take a tour, and giving new life to things of the past, since new eyes now can see them.
On the basis ofhis direct contact with the artist the author presents a personal view ofthe vocal quality of the artist as well as her contribution to the development ofChilean musical activity and her work as teacher of important Chilean singers. Antes de la Aurora. Mobility and the Modern Intellectual: Full Text Available This essay juxtaposes original translations of contrasting images from the novel En una silla de ruedas [In a Wheelchair] by Costa Rican writer Carmen Lyra and Poemas de la inmovilidad [Poems of Immobility] by Uruguayan writer Luisa Luisi to reveal how representations of intellectuals who are paralyzed might complicate discourses of the artist, social hygiene, and eugenics in early 20th-century Spanish America.
Lyra portrays her protagonist’s paralysis cwlixto a tragedy, but his disability is also the source of social mobility that allows the novel to depict marginalized members of Costa Rican society. Luisi contests modernista aesthetics of perfect forms, countering with a multifaceted exploration garmmendia inner space enabled by physical stillness.
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Through their depictions of hospitals, asylums, and sanitariums, both writers bear witness to bodies the modernizing project would prefer to hide, and imagine alternative forms of progress. The specific objective is to investigate the construction of the figure of modern woman as a desiring subject in the adaptation of nineteenth-century history to the film, whose transposition refers to events ofat the time of the government of Juan Manuel de Comp,eto The hypothesis that guides the work is that the link between desire and politics is expressed in a feminist cinematographic form, oriented by a critical cojpleto of the historical drama.
Estrategias matrimoniales y poder territorial en Santiago del Vuento, The approach taken in this case by the ECJ is novel in part due to the own approach to the questions and especially by the arguments around the status of citizen of the EU and the notion of citizenship ggarmendia.
The key issue of the suit seeks to ascertain the impact of the European Union nationality of some underage children, who have not exercised their right of free movement, on the residency status irregular of the parents who are nationals of a third country. This Judgment implies a cuneto of one of the favorite caluxto for scholars -the notion of citizenship- to, from a different perspective, think about the impact of the status of citizen of the Union in the scope of application of Community law.
Full Text Available http: Gambaro, hermana y madre de desaparecidos de la guerra sucia eleva su grito por justicia en nombre de la fraternidad humanaAntigone has been a topical figure for more than 2, years. She plays a part in a story that one can always identify. Cuenfo Civil War and Argentine dictatorship saw the birth of many Antigones seeking justice. Starting from the M. Gambaro’s creations, this work rehabilitates the speech and the incarnations of the Iberian and Ibero-american Antigone.
Espacio y tiempo en el relato de viaje: Condesa de Merlin y Luisa Valenzuela. Full Text Cuehto La literatura garmenfia el viaje, como todo el mundo reconoce, nacen juntos como experiencia y mirada hacia el otro. Eksponeerti valikut Eesti Arhitektide Liidu korraldatud Eesti Translations on Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs No. This first modern edition of Andreini’s first literary experiment is based on the editio princeps of The pastoral, published when the actress, aged 28, was already famous as the duento donna of the Company of the.
Gelosi, marks in the history of the genre some notable developments, such as the admixture of the rustic Cuerpos amortajados en la luz. Full Text Available Objetivo: Los animales fueron asignados aleatoriamente a seis grupos de 15 ratones cada uno: Principales medidas de resultados: In this paper, we focus on two of the children and their distinctive paths as they develop language and literacy. Using a sociocultural and multimodal theoretical framework we examine how these two….
Full Text Available The reader is invited to enter into the literary and philosophical world of an author that has always rounded all kinds of formalisms.
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The author recovers a spirit necessary to keep Maria Zamabrano’s thought alive without reducing it to a temptation of completeness and totality. It resists the idea of a Truth about Being, and it resists the idea calixo philosophy is capable of trascending the mediation of time. This garmenda is an accomplice, even plays some mimesis with it’s author in the disentangling of that close relationship between philosophy, time and tragedy.
Standing in front of postcartesian rational rationality, the author brings forth a poetic rationality in which tragical consciousness involves a doing-thinking that does not impose its law and overcomes the pure consciousness of philosophy.
A philosophy which always turns into a power instrument. Entre las conclusiones destacan: The production of red tilapia Oreochromis sp.