Tag: language

The wish cage

I pose a question: admitting the validity of Lacan’s belief that man is “immersed” from the moment of his birth in language (a thesis I agree with wholeheartedly), how much is it possible to desire that which is linguistically indescribable insofar as, by its nature, it transcends the “containment” imposed by the structure of natural […]

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Beethoven’s mind in the silence of his music

Some time ago, I had the pleasure of watching a documentary on Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli (whom, from now on, I will call ABM, as was customary in his day), a pianist so shy that he granted only a couple of brief interviews throughout his life. As a result, the documentary had been constructed based more […]

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