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Aragon et les philosophes : la pensée littéraire et les catégories

Abstract : Aragon’s literary work maintains an original dialogue with philosophy and the humanities. Through literary art, the author has the ambition to open the way to a specific knowledge, but he does not oppose this knowledge to rationality : on the contrary, he opens to the latter new horizons of shared knowledge. From the Paysan de Paris (1926) to Blanche ou l'oubli (1967) three major thoughts are involved in this dialogue between rationality and poetry : Kant, who poses, in front of the absolute, the idea of relativity, Marx, with whom is shared a materialism of language, Freud, for whom the unconscious can only be apprehended through an exchange of words. This conjunction of thoughts gives us to revisit the question of literary genres by articulating these categories to degrees of involvement of the subject enunciator in his discourse, in other words to differentiated meanings of fictionality.
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Alain Trouvé. Aragon et les philosophes : la pensée littéraire et les catégories. Texto ! Textes et Cultures, Institut Ferdinand de Saussure, 2020, XXV (1-2). ⟨hal-02972690⟩



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