Maurice Blanchot: The Demand of Writing

Maurice Blanchot: The Demand of Writing


the 1st number of essays released in English at the paintings of Maurice Blanchot. one of many significant thinkers of this century, Blanchot--a modern of Bataille and Levinas, whose paintings has inspired Derrida and Foucault, between others--demonstrates the unconventional philosophical import of literature and has renewed the controversy over the ontological and moral questions raised via works of art.

Commentators think about Blanchot from a number of views, together with: Simon Critchley on Blanchot's "Il y a"; Rodolfe Gasche at the "Null house of Literature"; Gillian Rose on demise; a formerly unpublished letter via Blanchot explaining his political place within the Nineteen Thirties; Jeffrey Mehlman's "Pour Sainte Beuve" and Roger Laporte on Blanchot this day. it is a the most important choice on a thinker who instructions common, fervent curiosity from scholars of philosophy, literature and French reviews.

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