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Title: Paradigma, Arqueologia e Literatura
Authors: Cardoso, Rodrigo Octávio Águeda Bandeira
metadata.dc.contributor.advisor: Klinger, Diana Irene
metadata.dc.contributor.members: Ulm, Hernán Rodolfo
Leal, Paula Glenadel
Issue Date: 6-Jun-2017
Abstract: Este trabalho está dividido em duas partes. Na primeira procuro organizar as questões a respeito do conceito de paradigma a partir de sua formulação por Thomas Kuhn e seu desenvolvimento por Giorgio Agamben e explorar as possíveis relações que se podem estabelecer entre esse conceito e a arqueologia de Foucault, a fim de melhor compreendê-la. Na segunda parte, exploro o livro As palavras e as coisas lendo algumas das obras literárias aí mencionadas – o Dom Quixote, Justine e Juliette e alguns textos de Borges –, no contexto de sua investigação arqueológica. Pretendo assim evidenciar algumas das relações que se podem estabelecer entre textos literários e pensamento a partir da reflexão sobre Paradigma
metadata.dc.description.abstractother: This paper is divided in two parts. In the first one I propose to analyze some discussions on the concept of paradigm, as stemming from it’s formulation by Thomas Kuhn and following later developmentes by Giorgio Agamben, while exploring possible relations between this concept and Michel Foucault’s archaeology, in order to achieve a better understanding of its workings. In the second part I explore some of the questions proposed by Foucault in The order of things by reading some of the literary works – Dom Quixote, Justine and Juliette and some texts by Borges –, mentioned in the context of the book’s archaeological investigation. This way I intend to clarify some of the possible relations between literary texts and thought through the notion of paradigm
URI: https://app.uff.br/riuff/handle/1/3799
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