The Migration of Meaning from the Phenomenological Towards the Symbolic Cover Image

Migrarea sensului de la fenomenologic spre simbolic
The Migration of Meaning from the Phenomenological Towards the Symbolic

Author(s): Cristian Bodea
Subject(s): Philosophy
Published by: Editura Academiei Române
Keywords: archaic Totality; movement; phenomenological rebound; the adventure of the meaning; the history of the self; the musicality of language; voice

Summary/Abstract: The aim of this paper is to propose some routes to be taken by the human subject in its becoming. In other words, its purpose is to be a short phenomenological anthropology, one in which being human doesn’t have nothing to do with the classical humanism, but represents an essential trait, that of having the capacity of instituting language into speech. Being potentiated with such a capacity of institution, the human being can trigger in itself the original implosion of the Bejahung, a real Big Bag of whose remnant radiation accompanies the being for its whole life. Having this background noise at its ... back, the being humanises itself as, discovering its instituting powers, it filters this remnant noise, contains it, and gives it a meaning, all that being done in its proper manner through its own speech. Because of the difference between language (langue) and speech (parole) that has been discovered thanks to structuralism, but much more because of the reinterpretation made by the lacanian psychoanalysis of this discovery, we can now construct our paper on the lynchpin of what Marc Richir called sense-in-the-making (sens se faisant).

  • Issue Year: XIV/2016
  • Issue No: 14
  • Page Range: 213-228
  • Page Count: 15
  • Language: Romanian