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BERTORELLO, Adrián. The slowness of things: The place of alosemiotics in the heideggerian Reading of Georg Trakl. Tóp. Sem [online]. 2011, n.26, pp. 93-110. ISSN 1665-1200.

This article analyzes a figure of slowness that appears in the conference of Heidegger die Sprache. That figure is the lingering of things. The purpose of the analysis lies in determining the place of what Yuri Lotman terms as alosemiotic in the heideggerian interpretation of the poetry of Georg Trakl Ein Winterabend. The thesis to be developed is as follows: that which is outside the semiotic boundary may only enter into the space of sense through a bilingual translator. That translator corresponds, in Heidegger's thinking, to the concept of the world as square (Geviert). The slowness of things describes one of the semantic axes of the world.

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