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Returning home implies for Max, as it does for Levinas, isolation and an egotistic enrooted dwelling that involves totalisation, that is, a philosophy of the same where alterity is dissolved.
I am more inclined to believe, however, that Spirit in the conclusion of the Phenomenology is disillusioned with, and intentionally distances itself from, the political, or more specifically, from the Revolution's deification and totalisation of the authoritarian State, which culminates in the disastrous failure of the Reign of Terror.
It is a philosophical totalisation, contemplative and practical at the same time, and situated in a material context (SM 14).
We finish this paper by some application to the growth of the dimension of the totalisation of the [E.
Morton (2010) 'Acorns and Fruit: From Totalisation to Periodisation in the Critique of Capitalism', Capital & Class, 34(1): 25-37.
L'ecart maximal du point de vue de la diegese se joue entre la ressource de totalisation imaginaire du hors-champ spatial au cinema (dont depend le hors-champ temporel), et ce que produit une langue au theatre.
La notion d'archive ici abordee--a partir de Derrida, Foucault, Pecheux, Freud et Lacan--echappe, comme nous l'avons montre au long de ce texte, a la definition issue (presque toujours) du sens commun, dans la mesure ou elle porte en elle la non-permanence, la non-plenitude, l'impossibilite de cloture et de totalisation.
Against such totalisation, Hayles states the opposition between narrative and database in a language reminiscent of the sublime: 'No longer singular, narratives remain the necessary others to database's ontology, the perspectives that invest the formal logic of database operations with human meanings and gesture toward the unknown hovering beyond the brink of what can be classified and enumerated' (HWT, p183).
Il s'agit d'une poetique qui prend pour but la deterritorialisation de l'art, son detournement a des fins autres, (19) sinon contraires, et qui preserve une trace du different dans le meme--la forme metrique de l'alexandrin, par exemple, laquelle serait, comine l'affirme Jean-Pierre Bobillot, une forme sociale, ou, pour emprunter les termes conceptuels de Jacques Ranciere, un partage du sensible qui repousse a ses marges silencieuses le desordre du vivant (voir Evans 132)--plutot qu'une totalisation de l'alterite qui aurait pour effet paradoxalement son effacement, sa captation et son assimilation dans le meme.
If that value is individualism, for example, which Dumont deems characteristic for Western societies, the totalisation will represent social life as composed of individuals entering relations of their own choosing, rather than as taking the form of a structured social whole.