Edmund Burke’de Yüce ve Jouissance, Lacancı bir okuma

2018-05-18
Burke’çü anlamda yüce, şiir kişisinin, doğada gördüğü tekil nesnelere odaklanıp bu nesnelerin arkasında yatan bütüncül metafizik yapının izlerini görebilme ya da doğada görülen nesneler aracılığıyla aşkınlığı deneyimleme çabası olarak tanımlanabilir. Bu deneyim aynı zamanda modernitede, ampirizm ve pozitivizm ile birlikte ortaya çıkan insan ve doğa kategorilerini epistemolojik bağlamda sorunsallaştırır çünkü ikisi arasında oluşmuş kopukluğu gidermeye hizmet eder. Bu bildiri odak noktası olarak, yüce deneyiminde şiir kişisinde gerçekleşen psişik metamorfozu alır. Bu çalışmada yüce deneyiminin Lacan’ınjouissanceolarak adlandırdığı bilinçdışı haz deneyimiyle örtüştüğü fikrinden yola çıkılarak, şiir kişisinin simgeseldeki konumundan, imgeleminin etkisiyle, ego ideali düzleminin kısa bir süreliğine bozulduğu imgesel bir boyuta geçtiği savunulur
4th Language, Culture and Literature Symposium (2018)

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Citation Formats
N. Birlik, “Edmund Burke’de Yüce ve Jouissance, Lacancı bir okuma,” Antalya, Türkiye, 2018, p. 1, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/83997.