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Jacques Lacan y Maurice Blanchot: entre pulsión y muerte como huella escriptural en un lenguaje del desastre

Keywords: Deaht , subjectivity , disaster , urge , language , petit a , parlêtre

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On the one hand, the objective of this text is to try to do a theoretical dialog/ interdisciplinary Between two authors, problematizing the status of the death that structure the Lacanian psychoanalysis From a joint with the notion of "die" in Maurice Blanchot. As well, since this Linking, the idea is to be able to give an account of the possibility of a language of death, Whose self-denial in the enunciation, is a mode of manifestation of the "Real" lacanian which is expressed as the interruption of the consciousness of if and which Blanchot would call "neutral" or "disaster". On the other hand, the specificity of this joint is to be able to think about death linked to the language, to the extent where it is understood __in the organization of the processes of subjectivation__ As a way of negativity that may not be indication of a "non-being" rejected out of if, but rather a des-subjectification, a dissolution and by the same mode of a impossibility of all appropriation expressed in a language of the unspeakable.


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