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La perversion rend-elle heureux? Barthes dans les Balkans, mythème et pharmakon / Zorica, Maja ; Ivić, Nenad.

By: Zorica, Maja.
Contributor(s): Ivić, Nenad [aut].
Material type: ArticleArticleDescription: 190-208 str.Other title: Perversion makes happy ? - Barthes in the Balkans, "mytheme" and pharmakon [Naslov na engleskom:].Subject(s): 6.03 | mythème, pharmakon, mystification, texte, structuralisme, lecture | mytheme, pharmakon, mystification, text, structuralism, readingOnline resources: Click here to access online | Click here to access online | Click here to access online In: Meta : Research in Hermeneutics, Phenomenology and Practical Philosophy IX (2017), 1 ; str. 190-208Summary: (na ENGLESKOM) Although translated, in Croatia Barthes’s status is reduced to the one of sign, mythème and pharmakon. Biti’s and Solar’s readings, framed by the beginnings (Aćin) and more recent ones (Rafolt), do show that the mystification of the text produces a certain fetishism of writing, a narcissism of the reader combined with a perversion that simply makes one happy. Croatian Barthes, decidedly structuralist, shows that the spatiality of the mythical language is just as crucial as its temporality.
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(na ENGLESKOM) Although translated, in Croatia Barthes’s status is reduced to the one of sign, mythème and pharmakon. Biti’s and Solar’s readings, framed by the beginnings (Aćin) and more recent ones (Rafolt), do show that the mystification of the text produces a certain fetishism of writing, a narcissism of the reader combined with a perversion that simply makes one happy. Croatian Barthes, decidedly structuralist, shows that the spatiality of the mythical language is just as crucial as its temporality.

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