La parola scissa. Certeau e Barthes interpreti di Ignazio di Loyola

  • Silvano Facioni Università degli Studi della Calabria

Abstract

Michel de Certeau and Roland Barthes studied Ignazio di Loyola’s Spiritual Exercises by different perspectives, but the results of their investigations converge on a point: the writing of the Exercises constitutes a practice of interlocution in which otherness is investigated as extraneous in comparison to the order of the discourse. A real topic of the other is unfolded in the Exercises argumentative speech: the discourses create a space in which the other, who is at the same time desired and absent (or rather desired because absent and absent because desired), imposes himself as a menace and as a promise. Therefore, a comparison between Certeau and Barthes, allows to open a first path in which the other is, first of all, a performative writing, which invokes an interpretation beyond the ideologies.

Keywords: Other, Text, Desire, Absence, Writing, Reading

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Pubblicato
2019-12-12
Come citare
Facioni, S. (2019). La parola scissa. Certeau e Barthes interpreti di Ignazio di Loyola. Bollettino Filosofico, 34, 170-178. https://doi.org/10.6093/1593-7178/6500