Σάββατο, 10 Ιουλίου 2010

René Girard -1972

Διαβάζω Rene Girard (To εξιλαστήριο θύμα - Η βία και το ιερό), ήδη από τις πρώτες σελίδες είμαι στο θέμα, που την τελευταία δεκαετία ασκούμαι, την αμφισημία (λέξη κατάχρησης του 20ου αιώνα) και στο 'Chercher la vache' (αντί του 'Chercher la femme', έκφραση κατάχρησης της ζωής μου). Είμαι στον πυρήνα της προβληματικής...
René Girard (born December 25, 1923, Avignon, France) is a French historian, literary critic, and philosopher of social science. His work belongs to the tradition of anthropological philosophy. He is the author of several books (see below), in which he developed the following ideas:
1.
mimetic desire: imitation is an aspect of behaviour that not only affects learning but also desire, and imitated desire is a cause of conflict,
2.the scapegoat mechanism is the origin of sacrifice and the foundation of human culture, and religion was necessary in human evolution to control the violence that can come from mimetic rivalry,
3.the Bible reveals the two previous ideas and denounces the scapegoat mechanism.

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