Heidegger y Los Judios by Jean-Francois Lyotard at – ISBN – ISBN – La Marca Editora – – Softcover. Books by Jean-François Lyotard, La phénoménologie, Discours, Cover of: Heidegger et “les juifs” . Cover of: Heidegger y “Los Judios”. Editions for Heidegger And The Jews: (Paperback published in ), (), (), (Paperback published in ) by Jean-François Lyotard First published September 17th . Heidegger y “Los Judios” ( Paperback).
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It is not unusual for minority cultures confronted by the adversity of historical and geographical circumstance to close ranks and gaze lovingly on the milk-wood comfort of their own little homeland patch.
The topic becomes a commonplace in Catalan literature and lyric of the last century. This course will challenge the validity of this introspection and through a study of comparative culture history, literature, song and the visual arts will demonstrate the opposite: Jeidegger course will function on three axes: All Ls works are available in English, often online. Students will acquaint themselves with the work prior to class to facilitate heisegger discussion. An examination of four poets who shaped the possibilities of the art in the 20th century: We will read the poems in translation with reference to the French originals.
The course will study the most popular novel of Early Modern times, its heroic origins, its comedy, and its humanist message. The adventures of Don Quixote on the dusty roads of La Mancha challenge the actual world in the name of a dream and mix the highest ideals with the humblest reality.
We will also examine and appreciate the silent omnipresence of Italian Renaissance art in this novel. In the Arcades Project, Walter Benjamin wrote: From the unfolding of its various aspects in temporal succession? From the compression of a centuries-long movement of streets, boulevards, arcades and squares into the space of half an hour?
Knowledge of French is desirable, but not required. This course examines the work of one of the most significant directors working in France today. Students taking the class for French credit should complete written assignments and readings as applicable in French.
Making important films from the s to the present day, Varda has been crucial to the development of new film practices: A study of French works that feature ambition and ambitious characters before and after the French Revolution. Ambition is lyotad contradictory phenomenon: We will analyze together the possible evolution of ideas about social climbing by reading a medley of texts from several genres.
The course will be taught in French. This course will provide an introduction to the phonology, morphology, lyotsrd, and lexicon of Old French as well as practice in reading and translating Old French texts with emphasis on works of the 12th and 13th centuries.
Attention will be paid to the differences between Old and Middle French, as well heideggerr to the major dialectical distinctions. Undergrads permitted with consent of instructor.
This course examines three key concepts in 20th-Century Latin American literary and cultural studies that deal with cultural exchanges in situations of sociocultural asymmetry. The study of each concept combines: Taught in Spanish; reading knowledge of Portuguese recommended. FREN or consent of instructor. This course will focus on heidsgger metaliterary production of authors such as Deschamps, Boileau, Verlaine, Breton, Sartre, and Robbe-Grillet in order to see how literature has theorized and reinvented itself across time.
This course presents the evolution of the arts in Italy and France from the early seventeenth century through the eighteenth century, focusing on painting and sculpture.
Through the lens of major artists and their works, we will examine a range of issues in the relations of art and society: Students will gain familiarity with the major artists and questions of the time, they will develop their ability to read critically, to look and to analyze unfamiliar works of art.
FREN or In consultation with a faculty member, students devote the equivalent of a one-quarter course to the preparation of a BA project. In consultation with a faculty member, students must devote the equivalent of a one-quarter course to the preparation of a BA project. Consent of undergraduate adviser. Students seeking honors may count this course towards their course loos. Must be taken for a quality grade.
This course will explore literary representations of the urban space of Barcelona in twentieth and twenty-first century narrative. In addition to the presence and movement judips fictional characters within and beyond the city, we will examine the role of the city in autobiographical essays and personal writings of the authors studied. Theoretical perspectives de Certeau, Lefebvre, Bruno, Grosz will also be employed in light of the intersections of identity politics and urban space in the studied literary texts.
Taught in Spanish; texts will be heidsgger in Spanish and Catalan. Some critical works may be in English. Basque cinema is and always has been a vital medium for the examination and perpetuation of Basque identity from numerous perspectives emanating from a specific geographical point and resulting in diverse trajectories.
It has proven itself a durable vehicle for the historical, political, social and artistic interests of the Basque people and has duly imagined past, present and future variations heideggeg local, national and international concerns that all contribute to this frustrating, yet at the same time liberating ambiguity about the Basque Country.
The course will explore the major works and themes in Basque cinema, from its origins to present day productions, with a special attention paid to four aspects: Students taking the course for French credit will do readings in French and participate in a weekly French discussion section.
Charles Baudelaire and Gustave Flaubert This seminar will be devoted to the literary life of two writers whose canon for more than a century has occupied a central place of importance in contemporary literary criticism.
It will be our task to place their work in perspective within the context of the rise of modernism, which is to say, the new status of literature as of the year We shall endeavor, thus, to discern the authenticity of the creative relationship of each artist with himself and subsequently with others.
The point will be to foreground three fundamental principles that will aid in grasping the evolution of the literary world under the Second Empire and under the Third Republic: Our work will be based on three or four texts by Baudelaire and Lyotardd, it being understood that additional works of criticism will illuminate the discussion of lyoyard texts.
Discussions in both French and English. A weekly session in French will be held for French majors and graduate students.
Not open to first-year undergraduates. The French Enlightenment marks a blinding explosion of moral, philosophical and artistic creativity. The dynamics of self and other are explored as vehicles for critical thought as well as a playful, even ironic understanding of a modern self that is being defined and constructed in and through many of the works that we will read for this course. The dialectics of passion and reason are examined in this unfurling of a newly self-conscious modernity.
This introductory-level course will examine some of the great works of the French Enlightenment in their specific relation to the world we have become. Discussion and readings and writing in French. Intensive study of Boccaccio’s oft neglected and minor works. Essential preparation for course on the Decameron. One of the most important and influential works of the middle ages—and a lot funnier than the Divine Comedy. Students will be encouraged to further explore in individual projects the many topics raised by the text, including and in addition to the themes mentioned above magic, the visual arts, mercantile culture, travel and discovery, and new religious practices.
We will especially focus on how the work explores the intersection of legal and literary representation but students will be encouraged to further explore in individual projects the many topics raised by the text, including and in addition to the themes mentioned above magic, the visual arts, mercantile culture, travel and discovery, and new religious practices.
Open to graduate students and advanced undergraduates. Texts originally published in Galician, Basque, or Catalan will be provided in translation into English or Spanish.
In this course, we will examine the cultural and literary relationships between Brazil and Lusophone African Countries, and Brazil and Spanish America.
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Would this South-South relationship be emulative or collaborative? What kind of power dynamic was engendered among those countries? We will try to answer those questions. Throughout the nineteenth and twentieth century Latin American intellectuals were engaged in the nation-building project, trying to understand what would be the meaning of their national culture, employing sociological, anthropological and philosophical insights.
In this class we will approach this long tradition through specific thematic clusters. On each thematic cluster, we will find writers from Spanish America and Brazil. I invite students to bridge some gaps between these two essaystic traditions of the Latin American culture, analyze their differences and similarities.
Avant-garde movements, tendencies, and artists have been present in Brazil throughout the 20th century. From the paradigmatic Week of Modern Art in to the Tropicalism of the s and s, this course revisits works of fiction, poetry, essay, visual arts, film, and music that have shaped the Brazilian avant-gardes.
We will focus on the Modernist Movement, Concretism, Neoconcretism, New Cinema, Tropicalism, and regional avant-garde movements produced across the country. Taught in English, with readings available in Portuguese and English.
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In this class, we will discuss the intricate and complex relationship between literature and film in Brazilian culture. Should film adaptations be faithful to the novels by which they were inspired? Should such films be regarded as interpretations of the original text or should they be evaluated as an autonomous cultural production?
What role do they play in the process of canonization of a literary work? Those are questions that we will try to answer throughout the quarter. All the books will be available in English. Taught in English with an additional weekly session in Portuguese for students seeking Portuguese credit. This course offers an overview of theater and cinema in Brazil, from the late 19th century to the present.
Through an array of films and plays, students will become familiar with cultural, aesthetic, political, social, and environmental aspects of Brazil. The course will also discuss performance, adaptation, and intersections between theater and film.
This course analyzes the philosophy and theology of Giordano Bruno and Tommaso Campanella, two crucial figures of European sixteenth-century culture. As philosophers, theologians, poets, and narrators, Bruno and Campanella embody the literary, religions, and philosophical syncretism of the Italian Renaissance. To study these authors necessarily entails a close analysis of Florentine Neo-Platonism, Hermetism, magic, and apocalyptism, along with the literary traditions that molded the Italian renaissance.
Classes conducted in English. Texts in English and the original. The Caribbean is often described as enigmatic, uncommon, and supernatural. While foreigners assume that the Caribbean is exotic, this course will explore this assumption from a Caribbean perspective. We will examine the links between Caribbean and Old World imagination, the relationship between exoticism and Caribbean notions of superstition, and the way in which the Caribbean fictional universe derives from a variety of cultural myths.