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by Georges Bataille

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Georges Bataille
Lapis Pr (October 1, 1988)
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Georges Bataille said of his work: I teach the art of turning horror into delight. This new translation of Guilty is the first to include the full text from Bataille’s Oeuvres Complètes.

Georges Bataille said of his work: I teach the art of turning horror into delight. The text includes Bataille’s notes and drafts, which permit the reader to trace the development of the book from diary to draft to published text, as well as annotations of Bataille’s source materials. An extensive and incisive introductory essay by Stuart Kendall situates the work historically, biographically, and philosophically.

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Georges Bataille (1897-1962), a medievalist librarian by training, founded the College of Sociology and the secret society Acéphale. He was equally famous for his contributions to French literature, art criticism, anthropology, philosophy, and theology. Bane of theologians, existentialists, and surrealists during his lifetime, he became an essential reference for the poststructuralist generation of French intellectuals, including Roland Barthes, Jean Baudrillard, Michel Foucault, and Jacques Derrida.

com's Georges Bataille Author Page. Georges Bataille was born in Billom, France, in 1897. He was a librarian by profession. Also a philosopher, novelist, and critic, he was founder of the College of Sociology. Bataille died in 1962. Customers Also Bought Items By.

Georges Albert Maurice Victor Bataille (/bəˈtaɪ/; French: ; 10 September 1897 – 9 July 1962) was a French intellectual and literary figure working in literature, philosophy, anthropology, consumerism, sociology and history of art. His wr. . His writing, which included essays, novels, and poetry, explored such subjects as erotism, mysticism, surrealism, and transgression. His work would prove influential on subsequent schools of philosophy and social theory, including poststructuralism.

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Discover Georges Bataille famous and rare quotes. Georges Bataille (1977). Death and Sensuality: A Study of Eroticism and the Taboo, Arno Press. I don't want your love unless you know i am repulsive,and love me even as you know it. Georges Bataille. And Love, Want, Knows. Georges Bataille (1972). My mother, Jonathan Cape. A kiss is the beginning of cannibalism. Kissing, Cannibalism. I teach the art of turning anguish into delight.

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A searing personal record of spiritual and communal crisis, wherein the death of god announces the beginning of friendship.
  • Complex, intense and thoroughly interesting translation of Bataille's Le Coupable, Guilty allows you to experience the mind of a man whose whole world is consumed by war.

  • this book is very complex, interesting as document of the insanity of the era
    and a bit excruciating to read - but in a profound way, and that is precisely the point.
    Worth the pain as ideas to keep returning to over the years.
    Big impact on my thinking.

  • This outstanding translation supersedes the old 1988 translation by Bruce Boone, and is vastly superior in every way. This edition includes, in English translation for the first time, the notebook and manuscript versions of the book, allowing the reader to see the work in development as well as much of the context of the book's writing that was deleted from the published version. While I could quibble over a very few renderings, the translation is eminently readable and provides an accessible introduction to Bataille, the philosopher, during his greatest and most overlooked period (Kendall's translation largely matches up with those I have myself done). Along with Inner Experience, On Nietzsche and the "fictions" of The Impossible, Guilty presents the philosophical foundation upon which Bataille's later works (The Accursed Share, Erotism, The Tears of Eros) rests. At last, the English-speaking world can hear Bataille's words undistorted by an unreliable translation. Highly recommended. Let's hope that Stuart Kendall is already at work on new translations of Inner Experience and On Nietzsche!