By Susan Sontag
Publicado por primera vez en 1966, este celebrado libro de Susan Sontag, su primera colección de ensayos, se convirtió rápidamente en un clásico contemporáneo que ha tenido una gran influencia en el pensamiento sobre el arte y l. a. cultura contemporáneos, no solo circunscrita a Estados Unidos. Además del ensayo que le da título y el famoso «Notas sobre lo camp», Contra los angeles interpretación y otros ensayos incluye textos originales y provocativos sobre Sartre, Simone Weil, Godard, Beckett, l. a. ciencia ficción, el cine, el psicoanálisis y el pensamiento religioso contemporáneo. «Los ensayos de Susan Sontag son grandes interpretaciones, incluso acontecimientos, sobre lo que está sucediendo realmente.» Carlos Fuentes
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Extravagari, f. extra EXTRA + vagari wander . . That wanders out of bounds; vagrant; keeping no ﬁxed place . . ) The ﬁrst two sentences of Modernism and the Grounds of Law, with their reference to Freud as the impetus for the project and a borrowed phrase from Derrida, certainly are extravagant in their roving beyond the prescribed methods one would expect from a book in legal philosophy. indb 39 6/26/13 11:41:20 AM 40 Drawing the Line are the “bounds” of Modernism and the Grounds of Law if it is explicitly cast as having its origins in the work of Freud?
For Heidegger, “art is truth setting itself to work” (Heidegger 1993, 167)—and he goes on to discuss this idea in some detail with speciﬁc reference to the building of a Greek temple. I track this example here at least in part because of the kinetic relation Heidegger establishes between what he calls “world” and “earth”—which will bring me back to the concept of the nomos (recall Schmitt’s Nomos of the Earth)—via the multivalency of Heidegger’s term, Riss. indb 33 6/26/13 11:41:19 AM 34 Drawing the Line First to the temple: We are perhaps tempted to think that the temple is built as an act of portraying the prior existence of the gods in that place and that the ground there is already holy.
Jean-Luc Nancy (The Inoperative Community), and Benedict Anderson (Imagined Communities) help us to think through to possible postaparthied communities of listeners, viewers, and readers? Taken together, these chapters invite reﬂection on a possible aesthetics of transitional justice. indb 20 6/26/13 11:41:19 AM Introduction 21 or legal one. If aesthetic acts can be understood to calibrate the terms of cultural, political, and ethical engagements in our world, what kind of critical discourse would be condign to appreciating such an understanding, and to what extent do the processes and practices of aesthetic acts themselves generate the discourses and modes of thinking more usually identiﬁed—and kept apart—as legal and political philosophy?
Contra la interpretación y otros ensayos by Susan Sontag