Genealogy of the labyrinth: Bergamín, Zambrano and an anti-scholarly metaphor

This work aims to investigate the metaphorical recurrence of the labyrinth, present in the continuity of an anti-erudite strategy that links José Bergamín with María Zambrano. In this way, Hans Blumenberg's metaphorology is relevant as a methodological framework for investigation about...

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Autor principal: Saba, Mariano
Formato: Artículo revista
Lenguaje:Español
Publicado: Centro de Investigaciones de la Facultad de Filosofía y Humanidades 2022
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Acceso en línea:https://revistas.unc.edu.ar/index.php/recial/article/view/37809
Aporte de:R de Universidad Nacional de Córdoba Ver origen
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Sumario:This work aims to investigate the metaphorical recurrence of the labyrinth, present in the continuity of an anti-erudite strategy that links José Bergamín with María Zambrano. In this way, Hans Blumenberg's metaphorology is relevant as a methodological framework for investigation about the historical transformations of some images in their use within philosophical discourse. Within the Spanish intellectual field of the mid-twentieth century, the particular case of the labyrinth gives cohesion to an anti-erudite genealogy of Unamuno origin. Its metaphorical use by authors such as José Bergamín and María Zambrano not only exhibits the irrationalist trace, but also helps to consolidate a new philosophy based on the symbolic scope of the literary and its incidence in relation to a new type of history more linked to the subject than to books.