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Acta poética

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RABINOVICH, Silvana. Entre ética y poética: heteronomías meridionales. Acta poét [online]. 2004, vol.25, n.1, pp.209-223. ISSN 2448-735X.

This text is an attempt to approach the relationship between Emmanuel Levinas' ethics and Paul Celan's poetry. The poet's conference referred to, which took place at the ceremony where he received the Georg Büchner award in October 1960, is called "The Meridian", and in its complex plot, among many other issues, he looks at poetry from a dialogic perspective. The philosopher of alterity -contrary to the philosophical tradition that for centuries considered the problem of being as its fundamental task (and the autonomous moral as a consequence of the ontological question)-, assumes the precedence and prelation of the relationship with the others, claiming heteronomous ethics as first philosophy. Ethics and poetics lie close together: in its Greek origin, poetry is the act of the word, and ethics is practical philosophy. The reading of these authors evidences the encounter with the other, each one in his own way. It is a moment in which the individual awakes from a long monologic dream. Throughout this paper, the polisemy present in the significant "meridian" will enable the approach to these forms of thinking.

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