segunda-feira, 13 de fevereiro de 2017


   Mandei a palavra rimar,  ela não me obedeceu.      Falou em mar, em céu, em rosa,  em grego, em silêncio, em prosa.       Parecia fora de si,  a sílaba silenciosa.     Mandei a frase sonhar,  e ela se foi num labirinto.      Fazer poesia, eu sinto, apenas isso.  Dar ordens a um exército,        para conquistar um império extinto. - Paulo Leminski

sexta-feira, 10 de fevereiro de 2017

Deus gramática

This centre, in controlling the structure, in making it cohere, must both be part of the structure and lie outside it. A structure, therefore, is “contradictorily coherent” and relies on an “invariable presence” to determine its existence. That presence, Derrida argued, has been given many different names throughout history – essence, being, transcendentality, consciousness, God, man and so on – but all have relied on this idea of there being something unchanging beneath it all. While structuralism (and, indeed, analytic philosophy) was able to function without God, it retained a fundamental belief in this “invariable presence”, call it what they will. To quote Nietzsche, “I am afraid we are not rid of God because we still have faith in grammar.”

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