Sarebbe la definizzione più giusta del pensiero nietzchiano, worth of Kauffmann, Deleuze e Klossowski insième:
"Certamente Nietzsche avverte l'esistenza di costrizioni naturali... Le costrizioni gli appaiono come 'forze terribili' che premono continuamente su di noi, contrapponendo alle verità 'scientifiche' altre verità di natura diversa; ma evidentemente rifiuta di riconoscerle concettualizzandole a loro volta, visto che è stato per sfuggire a esse che ci saremmo costruiti, quale difesa, l'armatura concettuale. Il cambiamento è possibile, ma non come ristrutturazione, bensì come rivoluzione poetica permanente..." Umberto Eco, Dall'Albero al Labirinto (Milano: Bompiani, 2007, p. 586).
***It is probably true, on the other hand, that Umberto Eco only flirted with truly deconstructionist and more "metaphysical" enterprises (no matter how much he understood them). In Opera aperta there is a tension between historicist and "structural" approaches, but he is much more inclined towards the former than towards the latter (he had to dissociate himself from the structuralism of Lévi-Strauss, and proved to be very wary about Mallarmé; see the IX edizione, Bompiani, 2013, p. VIII, 22, 47-49). The situation changed a little in later books, but it seems to me that Haroldo de Campos, for instance, was able to be much more explicit in his openness to Derrida's project.
- Pier Paolo Pasolini & Deconstruction;
- Structuralism, Poststructuralism;
- Favorite quotes from Detlev Claussen's Theodor W. Adorno;
- Sur les premiers chapitres d’Esthétique et théorie du roman;
- Concretos &/ou Brazilian Inteligentsia;
- Eduardo Viveiros de Castro: Brazilian Perspectivism?
- Poème du retour (Leminski/Nietzsche);
- Augusto Meyer & Machado de Assis;
- Caxias do Sul and Galopolis (Northeast of Rio Grande do Sul, region of Italian immigration);
- Bellocchio &/or Eye of (Dreadful) Beauty;
- Federico Fellini's Satyricon (Italy, 1969);
From The Book of Thoth (Aleister Crowley):
- 8/Adjustement [Libra, Venus/Saturno, adjustment ("the daughter, redeemed by her marriage with the Son, is thereby set up on the throne of the mother"), "the feminine complement of the Fool," "the secret course of judgment whereby all current experience is absorbed, transmuted, and ultimately passed on, by virtue of the operation of the Sword, to further manifestation," "at the corner of the card, are indicated balanced spheres of light and darkness, and constantly equilibrated rays from these spheres form a curtain, the interplay of all those forces which she sums up and adjudicates," "equilibrium stands apart from any individual prejudices... Nature is scrupulously just, it is impossible to drop a pin without exciting a corresponding reaction in every star," "she is the ultimate illusion which is manifestation; she is the dance, many-coloured, many-wiled, of Life itself, constantly whirling, the phantom show" (***wasn't Nietzsche a Libran? Yes! He was born 15 October; in what matters A/Z himself, the regents of solar sign and ascendent are in Libra, and almost everything is in the VII house, see here), karma (Eastern philosophy), "Saturn represents above all the element of time... all action and reaction take place in time" (phenomena are compensated by time)];