Radicality of/in Writing

Blanchot (upper right), Lévinas (middle), and friends, ca. 1925, on their way to dine at the home of Charles Blondel, professor of psychology at the University of Strasbourg where Blanchot and Lévinas were enrolled.

“Tout écrivain qui, par le fait même d’écrire, n’est pas conduit à penser: je suis la révolution, seule la liberté me fait écrire, en réalité n’écrit pas.”
~ Maurice Blanchot, La Part du Feu, Gallimard 1949, p.311.

Author: Nobyeni

Freelance Philosopher (PhD). Writer. Thinker. Interested in radical change and human being. Playwright. Dutch World citizen. Lover of books, language, art and coffee.

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