„Bez czystego cięcia” – cel (la fin) interpretacji czy kres (la fin) życia?
„The »Sans« of the Pure Cut” – the end of interpretation or the end of life?
Published by: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego
Keywords: Immanuel Kant; Jacques Derrida; hermeneutics; aesthetic judgement of taste; four features of aesthetic judgements of taste; beauty; deconstruction; interpretation; death drive; pleasure principle
Summary/Abstract: In the article, I focus primarily on the issue of reading Kant`s aesthetic thought by Derri-da. Kant turns out to be Derrida`s ally. It is due to the hostility of both thinkers towards hermeneu-tic ideas. Furthermore, some threads of Kant`s thought lead us to more fundamental similarities between Kant and Derrida. The aesthetic judgments of taste may be compared to the judgments of a deconstructivist interpretation. What is more, Kant`s views are related to the ethical and exis-tential reflection characteristic of the late Derrida. Hence, Derrida`s controversial claim about the relation between Kant andFreud and Nietzsche can emerge.
- Issue Year: 2013
- Issue No: 37
- Page Range: 1-12
- Page Count: 12
- Language: Polish