Author(s)Pérez Navarro, Pau
Social sciences (General)
History of scholarship and learning. The humanities
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AbstractThe reader is invited to enter into the literary and philosophical world of an author that has always rounded all kinds of formalisms. The author recovers a spirit necessary to keep Maria Zamabrano's thought alive without reducing it to a temptation of completeness and totality. It resists the idea of a Truth about Being, and it resists the idea that philosophy is capable of trascending the mediation of time. This paper is an accomplice, even plays some mimesis with it's author in the disentangling of that close relationship between philosophy, time and tragedy. Standing in front of postcartesian rational rationality, the author brings forth a poetic rationality in which tragical consciousness involves a doing-thinking that does not impose its law and overcomes the pure consciousness of philosophy. A philosophy which always turns into a power instrument.