Is the physiognomy of the abstract flâneur especially prone to suggestive commands and enslavement — just another, but more efficient enforcing of subjectivity, that is —, or does it point towards a simple regression and withdrawal, or does it represent a possible bettering of the conditions of possibility of subjectivity? Does the collagery efforts, then, of Rilke, Kandinsky, and Benjamin entail an even more subdued subjectivity, or does it lay claim to a more freed subjectivity? I will juxtapose fragments from the hands of these hegemonized moderns in a collage fashion to try to open up a possibility of an answer. Because whether they are taken to evince of good or bad, they are central “hegemonics” [“relics”] of modernity.
Isonephabsence Agamben Alain Badiou Aldo Rossi Aristotle auto-affection auto-immunity Benjamin Bergson causality Charles Baudelaire Claire Parnet conditions of impossibility Continental Philosophy death Deconstruction Deleuze democracy Derrida difference différance dream Dreams Duns Scotus ecology Edmund Husserl environment Epistemology Flâneur Franz Hessel Freud futurity general iterability ghosts gramma grammatology Guattari halos Heidegger Husserl Hélène Cixous ideality Immanence Immanuel Kant internal contexts iterability Jacques Derrida Jacques Rancière Julia Kristeva Machiavelli Martin Heidegger Maurice Merleau-Ponty nothing Oontology paradise parallelism parasitology Paul de Man phenomenology Philosophy physiognomy political philosophy Saint-John Perse science science presence sollicitation supplement Thoth Tooth Transcendence undecidability Unidentified flying object virtuality Wassily Kandinsky writing
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