THE COLLECTED POEMS OF GEORGES BATAILLE

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The Poetry Of Georges Bataille

Author : Georges Bataille
ISBN : 1438472315
Genre : Philosophy
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Presents a new window into the literary, philosophical, and theological concerns of this enigmatic thinker and writer.
Category: Philosophy

Bataille

Author : Carolyn Bailey Gill
ISBN : 9781134854172
Genre : Philosophy
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Georges Bataille's powerful writings have fascinated many readers, enmeshed as they are with the themes of sex and death. His emotive discourse of excess, transgression, sacrifice, and the sacred has had a profound and notable influence on thinkers such as Foucault, Derrida and Kristeva. Bataille: Writing the Sacred examines the continuing power and influence of his work. The full extent of Bataille's subversive and influential writings has only been made available to an English-speaking audience in recent years. By bringing together international specialists on Bataille from philosophy and literature to art history, this collection is able to explore the many facets of his writings.
Category: Philosophy

Divine Filth

Author : Georges Bataille
ISBN : 0982046405
Genre : Fiction
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A collection of Bataille's long-overlooked erotic prose and scatological fragments, rivalled only by his most well-known work 'Story of the Eye' for pure pornographic content that transcends the limits of literature and the self. The prose section comprises two intensely erogenous evocations of the postmodern psyche, while the poetic fragments come straight from Bataille's private notebooks. Never before has such profanity risen to the level of the sacred and sublime. Translated for the first time into English by Mark Spitzer.
Category: Fiction

Garc A Lorca At The Edge Of Surrealism

Author : David F. Richter
ISBN : 9781611485769
Genre : Literary Criticism
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García Lorca at the Edge of Surrealism: The Aesthetics of Anguish examines the variations of surrealism and surrealist theories in the Spanish context, studied through the poetry, drama, and drawings of Federico García Lorca.
Category: Literary Criticism

Speculative Medievalisms

Author : Petropunk Collective
ISBN : 9780615749532
Genre : Philosophy
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Dedicated to dialogue and cross-contamination between traditional concepts of speculatio, present-minded premodern studies, and contemporary speculative realist and object-oriented philosophies.
Category: Philosophy

Visions Of Excess

Author : Georges Bataille
ISBN : 0816612838
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Since the publication of Visions of Excess in 1985, there has been an explosion of interest in the work of Georges Bataille. The French surrealist continues to be important for his groundbreaking focus on the visceral, the erotic, and the relation of society to the primeval. This collection of prewar writings remains the volume in which Batailles’s positions are most clearly, forcefully, and obsessively put forward.This book challenges the notion of a “closed economy” predicated on utility, production, and rational consumption, and develops an alternative theory that takes into account the human tendency to lose, destroy, and waste. This collection is indispensible for an understanding of the future as well as the past of current critical theory.Georges Bataille (1897-1962), a librarian by profession, was founder of the French review Critique. He is the author of several books, including Story of the Eye, The Accused Share, Erotism, and The Absence of Myth.
Category: Literary Criticism

Carl Einstein In Documents And His Collaboration With Georges Bataille

Author : Conor Joyce
ISBN : 9781401020781
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The short-lived art magazine Documents (1929-30) has since the eighties become an object of increasing fascination to art historians and students of French intellectual culture. The light shed on Documents has not, however, dispelled the sense of mystery surrounding its two years of exuberant production, and sudden demise. What actually happened? The main figure associated with the magazine has been the writer Georges Bataille but a German novelist and art historian Carl Einstein was also centrally involved. What was he doing in Documents, and why has he disappeared from the picture? This book traces Einstein´s role, detailing his charged collaboration with the younger Bataille, which contributed to Documents´ collapse.
Category: Literary Criticism

Georges Bataille And Contemporary Thought

Author : Will Stronge
ISBN : 9781474268714
Genre : Philosophy
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Georges Bataille's influence upon 20th-century philosophy is hard to overstate. His writing has transfixed his readers for decades – exerting a powerful influence upon Foucault, Blanchot and Derrida amongst many others. Today, Bataille continues to be an important reference for many of today's leading theorists such as Giorgio Agamben, Roberto Esposito, Jean-Luc Nancy and Adrianna Caverero. His work is a unique and enigmatic combination of mystical phenomenology, politics, anthropology and economic theory – sometimes adopting the form of literature, sometimes that of ontology. This is the first book to take Bataille's ambitious and unfinished Accursed Share project as its thematic guide, with individual contributors isolating themes, concepts or sections from within the three volumes and taking them in different directions. Therefore, as well as providing readings of Bataille's key concepts, such as animality, sovereignty, catastrophe and the sacred, this collection aims to explore new terrain and new theoretical problems.Georges Bataille and Contemporary Thought acts simultaneously as a companion to Bataille's three-volume secular theodicy and as a laboratory for new syntheses within his thought.
Category: Philosophy

Georges Bataille

Author : Stuart Kendall
ISBN : 9781861895899
Genre : Philosophy
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Georges Bataille was arguably the greatest influence on the poststructuralist revolution in twentieth-century thought and literature, yet few truly understand his work and legacy. Stuart Kendall now translates the work and life of this renowned French writer, anthropologist, and philosopher into a concise yet informative biography that reveals fascinating facets of this intellectual giant. Until his death in 1962, Bataille was an instrumental force in philosophical debate, acting as a foil for both Surrealism and Existentialism and advocating radical views that spanned the entire spectrum of political thought. Georges Bataille chronicles these aspects of his intellectual development, as well as tracing out his pivotal role in the creation of the College of Sociology and how his writings in aesthetics and art history laid the groundwork for visual culture studies. Kendall positions Bataille at the heart of a prodigous community of thinkers, including André Breton, Jean-Paul Sartre, and Jacques Lacan. A compelling account, Georges Bataille will be invaluable for all thinkers who have benefited from Bataille’s lasting contributions.
Category: Philosophy