ŠTA JE ISTORIJSKA SINGULARNOST? POJMOVNE DILEME I IZAZOVI

  • MARK LOŠONC Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju, Univerzitet u Beogradu
Ključne reči: istorijska singularnost, savremena ontologija, Sartr, Badju, Delez, singularnost holokausta, Kertes

Apstrakt

Članak se bavi pojmom singularnosti sa posebnim osvrtom na problem istorijske singularnosti. Sa jedne strane, posebna pažnja usmerena je savremenim misliocima poput Sartra, Badjua, Deleza, Basoa, Holvorda, Harta/Negrija i Agambena da bi se rekonstruisale glavne dileme i izazovi. Konfrontirajući pomenute mislioce, autor uzima u obzir odlučujuće pojmove koji se pojavljuju u ovim debatama: uni- verzalnost, reprezentacija, razlika/indiferencija, individualnost, mnoštvo, kontingen- cija i kreativnost. Sa druge strane, članak se fokusira na rasprave oko teze o singu- larnosti holokausta, primenjujući uvide pojmovne istorije singularnosti. Ekskurs je posvećen Besudbinstvu, romanu Imre Kertesa.

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