Pluralità del "corpo"

Marcello Ghilardi


The Western philosophical tradition usually investigated the notion of “body” in opposition, or continuity, or in some kind of relation with the notion of “mind”, or “soul”. To engage this general path of thought and re-elaborate the experience and definition of “body”, it seems useful to foster a twofold pratice: a deconstruction “from the outside”, passing through some intuitions from the Eastern languages and thoughts, and a genealogical consideration, in order to shed light on the strict relationship between the form of writing, on the one hand, and the frames that literally “shaped” the Western notion of body.


Body, Eastern aeshetics, Eastern languages

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