Samuel Beckett por Gilles Deleuze: acontecimiento y construcción de posibles

Samuel Beckett and Gilles Deleuze are two of the most relevant names of the 20th century. They share similarities concerning several problems, such as repetition, habit, the dissolution of identities and the lack of meaning in our experience of the world and of otherness. The crossing of the two ope...

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Autor principal: Heffesse, Solange Aurora
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Publicado: Oficina de publicaciones. Facultad de Filosofía y Letras. Universidad de Buenos Aires 2023
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Acceso en línea:http://revistascientificas.filo.uba.ar/index.php/Beckettiana/article/view/12606
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topic Event – Beckett – Deleuze – Becoming-imperceptible – Negativity – Possibles - Vitalism
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description Samuel Beckett and Gilles Deleuze are two of the most relevant names of the 20th century. They share similarities concerning several problems, such as repetition, habit, the dissolution of identities and the lack of meaning in our experience of the world and of otherness. The crossing of the two opens up new perspectives both in Deleuzian and Beckettian studies. On the side of Deleuze, it permits us to reconsider the place of negativity within his affirmative, “joyous” philosophy. Because Deleuze finds in Beckett a certain productivity of impotence, impossibility and silence. On the side of Beckett, this encounter opens up the point of view of the vitalism and the constructivism that can be found in his work, taking distance from some interpretations that turn his work solely into a philosophical consideration of nothingness. First, we will study Deleuze’s general conception of literature, as it is presented in Critique and clinique (1993), which is marked by the beckettian pourpose of “making holes” in the surface of languages in order to show what lies behind the words. Literature confronts us with the limits of language and of our possibles. In that way, it seeks to broaden what is visible, audible, and livable in each time. Then we will follow closely Deleuze’s reading of Beckett drawing on the texts where he directly adresses him. We will unfold the main lines of that reading refering to a series of poetic and philosophical “formulations” in which his aesthetical project can be resumed. In order to accomplish so, we will follow the notions of the event and becoming-imperceptible, focusing on Deleuze’s analysis of Quad and Film.
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spelling I28-R145-12606_oai2023-08-08 Heffesse, Solange Aurora 2023-03-02 Samuel Beckett and Gilles Deleuze are two of the most relevant names of the 20th century. They share similarities concerning several problems, such as repetition, habit, the dissolution of identities and the lack of meaning in our experience of the world and of otherness. The crossing of the two opens up new perspectives both in Deleuzian and Beckettian studies. On the side of Deleuze, it permits us to reconsider the place of negativity within his affirmative, “joyous” philosophy. Because Deleuze finds in Beckett a certain productivity of impotence, impossibility and silence. On the side of Beckett, this encounter opens up the point of view of the vitalism and the constructivism that can be found in his work, taking distance from some interpretations that turn his work solely into a philosophical consideration of nothingness. First, we will study Deleuze’s general conception of literature, as it is presented in Critique and clinique (1993), which is marked by the beckettian pourpose of “making holes” in the surface of languages in order to show what lies behind the words. Literature confronts us with the limits of language and of our possibles. In that way, it seeks to broaden what is visible, audible, and livable in each time. Then we will follow closely Deleuze’s reading of Beckett drawing on the texts where he directly adresses him. We will unfold the main lines of that reading refering to a series of poetic and philosophical “formulations” in which his aesthetical project can be resumed. In order to accomplish so, we will follow the notions of the event and becoming-imperceptible, focusing on Deleuze’s analysis of Quad and Film. Samuel Beckett y Gilles Deleuze son dos de las figuras más cautivantes del siglo XX. Sus afinidades se dan en torno a problemáticas tales como la repetición, el hábito, la disolución de las identidades y la carencia de sentido en nuestra experiencia del mundo y de la alteridad. El cruce entre ambos permite, por el lado de los estudios deleuzianos, reconsiderar el lugar que ocupa la negatividad en el marco de su filosofía afirmativa o “de la alegría”, hallando en Beckett cierta productividad de la impotencia, la imposibilidad y el silencio. Por el lado de los estudios beckettianos, se habilita el punto de vista que considera un vitalismo y un constructivismo que se desprende de su obra, alejándonos de lecturas que la convierten únicamente en una reflexión filosófica acerca de la nada. Primero, se analizará la concepción general de la literatura que Deleuze presenta en Crítica y clínica (1993), signada por el propósito beckettiano de “horadar agujeros” en la superficie del lenguaje para mostrar lo que hay detrás, confrontándonos con los límites del lenguaje y de nuestros posibles. De esta manera, para Deleuze la escritura literaria busca ampliar lo visible, lo audible, lo vivenciable en cada época. Luego, seguiremos de cerca aquellos textos de Deleuze que abordan directamente a Beckett, desplegando el entramado de su lectura a partir de algunas “fórmulas” poético-filosóficas en las que puede plasmarse su proyecto estético. Para eso, tomaremos como guía a la noción de acontecimiento y a la interrogación por el sentido del devenir-imperceptible, haciendo hincapié en los análisis deleuzianos de Quad y Film. application/pdf http://revistascientificas.filo.uba.ar/index.php/Beckettiana/article/view/12606 10.34096/beckettiana.n19.12606 spa Oficina de publicaciones. Facultad de Filosofía y Letras. Universidad de Buenos Aires http://revistascientificas.filo.uba.ar/index.php/Beckettiana/article/view/12606/11323 Derechos de autor 2023 Beckettiana https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 Beckettiana; Núm. 19 (2022) 2683-9679 0327-7550 Event – Beckett – Deleuze – Becoming-imperceptible – Negativity – Possibles - Vitalism Acontecimiento – Beckett – Deleuze – Devenir-imperceptible – Negatividad – PosiblesVitalismo Samuel Beckett por Gilles Deleuze: acontecimiento y construcción de posibles info:eu-repo/semantics/article info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion http://repositoriouba.sisbi.uba.ar/gsdl/cgi-bin/library.cgi?a=d&c=becke&d=12606_oai