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L'écriture de l'exil et l'hypothèse du Marrane (Kafka, Benjamin, Derrida et au-delà)

Abstract : The representation of exile does not erase its pain, but initiates a movement of introspection of the subject. Exile is in excess on its representation, it lacks a ground for its writing, a void we will analyze through four ellipses: 1/ The exile of exile with regard to the German Jewish writers who, according to Kafka, could neither write nor not write; 2/ The transcendental exile of the living and the dead for Benjamin which requires a totally different writing of history; 3/ The former exile that is the circumcision of language according to Derrida, to which answers the reaffirmation of the body and the name, of the sex and the signature; 4/ The Judeo-Christian Marrano as imaginary figure of secret exile, to which can only answer a memory of immemoriality.
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Marc Goldschmit. L'écriture de l'exil et l'hypothèse du Marrane (Kafka, Benjamin, Derrida et au-delà). 2014. ⟨halshs-01011775⟩

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