Opened Access Lo inhóspito y lo sublime
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Author: Romero Martínez, Juan Manuel
Date: 2012
Published in: Thémata. Revista de Filosofía, 46, 627-633.
Document type: Article
Abstract: Este texto pretende sugerir la relación entre aquella instancia indisponible que es el la nada, en el pensamiento de Heidegger; y la súbita aparición de lo sublime como aquello que falta a toda representación posible, en la obra de Kant y Lyotard. E...
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This paper is intended to suggest the relationship between the unavailable instance of nothing, in Heidegger’s thought, and the sudden appearance of the sublime as that which fails to all possible rendering in the works of Kant and Lyotard. This underground wire that connects both instances is a sense of ontological character, ventured beyond the merely mental or psychological. An emotional arrangement by which it is possible to be a mode of being of the phenomenon: the terror. The inhospitable (das Unheimliche) as a non-place in the heart of the familiar homeland, the safe space, open us to the feeling of anxiety (Angst), a disposition which retracts the totality of things to expose the inhuman fierceness (Grimm) out which is the nothing; in the same way that the feeling of the sublime (das Erhaben), exposes the lack of representational space of the dynamic and unleashed nature in Kant, or the event that is beyond all possible conceptualization in Lyotard.
Cite: Romero Martínez, J.M. (2012). Lo inhóspito y lo sublime. Thémata. Revista de Filosofía, 46, 627-633.
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