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Gómez García,Juan Guillermo;
Estudios de Filosofía , 2006,
Abstract: this paper tries to establish the junctures and associations of the fundamental concepts that hold together a philosophical work, but above all, the literary critique of rafael gutiérrez girardot. hegel and schlegel appear as pilars which provide a founding ground for his critical interpretations, on which is opened the horizon of latin america, of authors such as jorge luis borges, alfonso reyes and césar vallejo
Borges y la intertextualidad  [cached]
Martha Elia Arizmendi Domínguez
Contribuciones desde Coatepec , 2005,
Abstract: Jorge Luis Borges es uno de los escritores latinoamericanos cuya escritura recoge la tradición, historia e ideas de otros autores, para crear así su propio discurso. La intertextualidad es uno de los recursos que con mayor profundidad utiliza, y que abordaremos en La escritura del dios y El evangelio según Marcos , títulos que muestran la inclinación del autor por esos temas.
Borges: una textualidad del encuentro  [cached]
Carlos E. Rojas C.
Perífrasis : Revista de Literatura, Teoría y Crítica , 2011,
Abstract: En varias ocasiones a lo largo de su obra Borges define el texto como un encuentro con el lector. No hace de él un objeto, una cosa entre las cosas, sino un evento, un diálogo. Este artículo explora las implicaciones de esa definición del texto a partir de los ensayos de Borges, de su práctica de la lectura y la escritura, de los encuentros que tienen lugar en sus cuentos y en las resonancias que parece haber entre Borges y otro filósofo del encuentro, Louis Althusser. Borges defines the text as an encounter with the reader, several times throughout his work. He does not describe it as an object, a thing among other things, but as an event, as a dialog. This article explores the implications of such a definition of the text. It connects what Borges says in his essays with his own practice of reading and writing, and with the numerous encounters that take place in his stories. It also explores some contact points between Borges and another philosopher of the encounter, Louis Althusser.
Borges: La palabra silenciosa  [PDF]
María Zorraquín
Signos filosóficos , 2003,
Abstract: Resumen: Se realiza una lectura de algunos relatos de Jorge Luis Borges para trazar, a partir de ellos, la pregunta acerca de los límites y la superación del lenguaje. Se ha afirmado que, ante la insuficiencia del lenguaje para reproducir una experiencia determinada, se abre el ámbito del silencio que trasciende la palabra en el éxtasis. El silencio, entonces, no aniquilaría la palabra sino que engendraría la posibilidad de la polisemia. Además, se agrega que ésta apertura a la ausencia del verbo va más allá de las múltiples significaciones y expresa la presencia de un sentido imposible de ser englobado y contenido dentro de las estructuras racionales de la conciencia. Abstract: A reading of some of Jorge Luis Borges’ short stories is done in order to trace, using these stories as a starting point, the question about the limits and the triumph over language. It has been stated that, faced with the insufficiency of language to reproduce a certain experience, the sphere of silence is opened that transcends the word in extasis. Silence, thus, would not annihilate the word but instead it would engender the possibility of polysemy. In addition, it is added that this opening to the absence of the verb goes beyond multiple meanings and expresses the presence of a meaning which is impossible to be included and contained within the rational structures of the consciousness.
The Disrupting Presence; She- Figure in Borges  [cached]
Hossein Sabouri,Sara Saei Dibavar
International Journal of Asian Social Science , 2012,
Abstract: The aim of Borges is to impart to his reader the sense of the mystery of the world, a sense of skeptical reverence, akin to Einstein's "cosmic religious feelings". For this, as a man of letters, he may use any means at his disposal, including magic and mysticism, and including logic, valid or somewhat faulty. (Agassi, 1970)Borges’s world is indeed swarming with the paradoxical mixture of ordinarily simple and extremely violent. It is replete with scenes carved out of real life and put forward for simultaneous depiction of the mysteriously real. The reporters of tales in his stories are selected from among ordinary people like a friend, a neighbor or a passerby. However, within such seemingly natural, tough life of his characters, the feminine aspect of life is strongly attenuated and even erased. In other words, Borges’s masculine world has sterilized itself against female characters. Nonetheless, there occasionally arises the need for the presence of a woman in his stories. In such cases, female characters are shown as constantly being manipulated by male figures in order to provide temporary pleasure for men. This degrades them to a position of no more than an object and a part of the setting for the story. Nonetheless, in a few instances, Borges manages to create female characters that succeed in having an active role rather than that of a passive being in his violent masculine world. The present study aims to examine these characters that differ greatly depending on the way they influence patriarchal interactions- either directly or indirectly. Four female characters that appear in four short stories; El Muerto, La Intrusa, Juan Mura a, and more importantly Emma Zunz, whose protagonist is a woman, are hence studied comparatively and through thorough examination of female role from a psychological point of view.
Borges Dilemma, Fundamental Laws, and Systems Biology  [PDF]
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Quantitative Biology , 2007,
Abstract: I reason here that the known folk law in biology that there is no general law in biology because of exceptions is false. The (quantitative) systems biology offers the potential to solve the Borges Dilemma, by transcending it. There have already a plenty of indications on this trend.
Atenea (Concepción) , 2008, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-04622008000200004
Abstract: the present study tries to show the possible relation between the work of jorge luis borges and certain mathematical representations of the universe, using the metaphor. we go beyond the formality of the linguistic study of the metaphor in order to discover its limitless possibilities in the world of representations as translator of impossible realities. from “el aleph” (1945) and the “biblioteca de babel” (1941), we have taken some images constructed through metaphors that are inserted in the universe (another metaphor as well). we assume the possibility of universe as library, sphere, or great cyclical volume in which a series of relations are carried out in intertextual fashion in the broad sense of the word and that would include as texts both visual formats and spatial representations. a cyclical and hexagonal universe is a quality that not only appears repeatedly in borges’ literature, but is also present in works that seem to dialogue directly with his texts, such as the drawings of m.c. escher, or the spherical representations of pascal among others. the common element in all cases is the use of metaphor as a resource to represent what cannot be represented, the unknown, intangible and infinite. this essay aims to bring us closer to an image of the universe in and through borges’ texts and to a reading of borges through some mathematical metaphors for the universe.
Un microrrelato de Borges desde adentro
Martínez Carranza de Delucchi,Silvia;
Cuadernos del CILHA , 2011,
Abstract: minifiction in the works of borges offers the reader numerous examples of the genre. the very short story alguien, published during the author's narrative maturity, is analyzed in this article. for this purpose, an integrated position of several different approaches is taken, as they complement one another to describe the aesthetic construction of the chosen text, and reading guidelines are given about the author and the narrative strategy of very short fictions. in fifteen lines, borges ransacks our encyclopedia, pushes us into an unstable territory, decenters our certainties, dislodges space, negates time and throws us into the void of eternity.
Borges, el Quijote y los cervantistas espa?oles
Olivar , 2006,
Abstract: quixote has an almost excessive presence in the work of jorge luis borges. the intense relationship of borges with cervantes' novel, nevertheless, is lavish in equivocal appraisals and misunderstandings. the article explores and comments on some of these misunderstandings, reconstructing its contexts in the framework of borges' vast production as a critic. his concept of 'superstition', his ill-timed anti-hispanism, his bonds with quevedo, and the tendency of his criticism to dialogue or discuss with other critical discourses are the main axes of this proposed reading
Borges y el cansancio de lo mismo
Acta literaria , 2005, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-68482005000200003
Abstract: the paradoxes and warnings of the utopian fiction are the substrate of the story "utopia of the man who is tired" by jorge luis borges. when the ways do not want to arrive nowhere, labyrinths become. the temporality becomes monstrous and the space, homogenous until the boredom. nevertheless, there where the identity is a fatigue, the author is precursory of the thesis of piglia, literature is a deprived form of utopia, or, is a laboratory of the possible thing
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