By Roland Barthes

Décrivant son projet pour Fragments d’un discours amoureux, Barthes précise que « tout est parti du principe qu'il fallait faire entendre l. a. voix de l'amoureux ». Ici, pas de théorisation de ce discours amoureux, mais sa seule expression. « C'est un portrait qui est proposé, mais ce portrait n'est pas psychologique » ; il se fait l’écho de « quelqu'un qui parle en lui-même, amoureusement, face à l'autre - l'objet aimé -, qui ne parle pas ». Un texte si juste qu’il retentit en chacun, longuement...

1.Absence 2.Altération 3.Angoisse 4.Annulation 5.Atopos 6.Attente 7.Casés 8.Conduite nine. Contacts 10.Dédicace 11.Etreinte 12.Fading 13.Fête 14.Insupportable 15.Jalousie sixteen. Je-t-aime 17.Rencontre

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It is true that our new Theory has modified its syllabi and changed its tone. ” On the whole, globalization has been the most obvious factor to modify the selection of texts studied. For instance, today, it would be impossible to exclude from the syllabus of Theory Achebe’s thoughtful but violent questioning of Conrad’s latent racism in Heart of Darkness. 31 This essay, written in 1975, draws on the anger felt by the Nigerian novelist when discussing the undeniable presence of racist elements in Joseph Conrad’s canonical story Heart of Darkness.

He redoubles the paradox by showing how much of a poet and mimetic artist Plato was, which implies that he should have had to exclude himself from his perfect utopia. Is he thus both faithful to Plato’s original meaning (poets are dangerous and should be excluded from the polis) and twists it in a series of dialectical reversals. Another example of the strategy of “intranslation” would be provided by Badiou’s essay on Beckett’s last trilogy, a text that Beckett had despaired of translating into his “other” language, French.

The notion of “empire” was not born with the British Empire but existed much earlier in China and Africa, albeit with different inflections. The Japanese modernization of the Meiji era entailed inviting an American philosopher to teach Tokyo students the thought of Hegel; this philosopher, Ernest Fenollosa, ended up saving old Buddhist shrines that had been condemned as old-fashioned. He would be forgotten today had not Ezra Pound decided to found his poetics of the image on Fenollosa’s linguistic theories about ideograms, even though they were terribly flawed.

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