La zecca e l’uomo. Antropologia e linguaggio fra Wittgenstein e Lacan

  • Felice Cimatti

Abstract

What does it mean to be a body marked by the language? Wittgenstein and Lacan have tried to answer this question in the most radical way. A body divided in two by the language is a body always projected beyond the present moment, in the past (regret) or in the future (desire). For this reason, the human body cannot know the present. Wittgenstein and Lacan try to think how to  recompose this fracture: the end of the analysis for Lacan, the Mystic for Wittgenstein, are two different ways to indicate a same condition: the space beyond language.
Published
2013-07-30
How to Cite
Cimatti, F. (2013) “La zecca e l’uomo. Antropologia e linguaggio fra Wittgenstein e Lacan”, Rivista Italiana di Filosofia del Linguaggio, 7(2). Available at: http://www.rifl.unical.it/index.php/rifl/article/view/149 (Accessed: 29May2024).

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