Antonia González Valerio, María
January 2012
Estudios Filosóficos;ene-abr2012, Vol. 61 Issue 176, p127
Academic Journal
This paper is about three issues, time, art and anguish. To comprehend the importance of the concept of time within the ontolo-gies, the paper begins with some questions that will function as the axis of the discussion: How to think time from the aesthetic ontologies? What are the advantages and disadvantages of the historic time in the present ontologies? Art is a key issue in aesthetic ontologies, therefore the inquiry about its temporality is very important. The text takes in consideration two main ways of being of time: historicity and untimeliness. Art is sometimes interpreted as historic, and sometimes as untimely. My contention is that art can be interpreted as untimely and against historicity; from this point of view it is possible to inquire about anguish and its temporality. What is the time of anguish? This question is relevant if it can be thought from the temporality of the artwork and from the untimely. It states therefore a different way of approaching anguish after Freud and Lacan.


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