Archive for the “Girard René” category

Giles Fraser reinterpretes ‘Kant avec Sade’ around Occupy London at St Paul’s

by Julia Evans on October 14, 2012

There are a series of relevant articles waiting to be posted. I have given up saving to the desktop as it is now covered with urgent postings.  The new file is expanding rapidly…. Reason for making an exception to Giles (…)

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English context of Autism in relation to medical and other political formulations

by Julia Evans on June 30, 2012

…his lack of any self-limiting principle. If the problem is limits, then this is a problem without an easy solution, because we too have learnt to be limitlessly acquisitive: Christopher Caldwell

by Julia Evans on April 27, 2012

Power and limits. I suggest, following the theologian René Girard[i], that there are two foundations for the way in which we choose to relate to others.  I will be developing this further in future posts. The quote in the title (…)

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‘The Languages of Criticism and the Sciences of Man : the Structuralist Controversy’ : 18th to 21st October 1966 (Baltimore, USA) : Richard Macksey & Eugenio Donato (Eds)

by Julia Evans on January 1, 1970

Texts presented at an international symposium, entitled ‘The Languages of Criticism and the Sciences of Man’, at The Johns Hopkins Center, Baltimore, USA, from 18th to 21st October 1966. All the contributions to this symposium were published in: ‘The Languages of Criticism (…)

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Tiresias and the Critic : 18th October 1966 (Baltimore, USA) : René Girard

by Julia Evans on October 18, 1966

Presented at an international symposium, entitled ‘The Languages of Criticism and the Sciences of Man’, at The Johns Hopkins Center, Baltimore, USA, on 18th – 21st October 1966. Presenter: René Girard Description of René Girard as in 1970 René Girard is the former (…)

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