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
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spelling I10-R10-article-378092022-07-07T00:55:30Z Genealogy of the labyrinth: Bergamín, Zambrano and an anti-scholarly metaphor Genealogía del laberinto: Bergamín, Zambrano y una metáfora anti-erudita Saba, Mariano Bergamín Erudition Philosophy Unamuno Zambrano Bergamín Erudición Filosofía Unamuno Zambrano 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. Este trabajo tiene como objetivo indagar en la recurrencia metafórica del laberinto, observable en la continuidad de una estrategia anti-erudita que vincula a José Bergamín con María Zambrano. Se apela de este modo a la metaforología de Hans Blumenberg, la cual resulta pertinente como encuadre metodológico para la reflexión sobre las transformaciones históricas de algunas imágenes en su utilización dentro del discurso filosófico. Dentro del campo intelectual español de mediados del siglo XX, el caso particular del laberinto da cohesión a una genealogía anti-erudita de procedencia unamuniana. Su uso metafórico por parte de autores como José Bergamín y María Zambrano no sólo exhibe la huella irracionalista, sino también ayuda a consolidar una nueva filosofía basada en los alcances simbólicos de lo literario y en su incidencia con relación a un nuevo tipo de historia más ligada al sujeto que a los libros. Centro de Investigaciones de la Facultad de Filosofía y Humanidades 2022-07-07 info:eu-repo/semantics/article info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion application/pdf text/html https://revistas.unc.edu.ar/index.php/recial/article/view/37809 Recial; Vol. 13 Núm. 21 (2022): Dossier: Géneros y sexualidades en las músicas populares 2718-658X 1853-4112 10.53971/2718.658x.v13.n21 spa https://revistas.unc.edu.ar/index.php/recial/article/view/37809/38189 https://revistas.unc.edu.ar/index.php/recial/article/view/37809/38190 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0
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topic Bergamín
Erudition
Philosophy
Unamuno
Zambrano
Bergamín
Erudición
Filosofía
Unamuno
Zambrano
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Erudition
Philosophy
Unamuno
Zambrano
Bergamín
Erudición
Filosofía
Unamuno
Zambrano
Saba, Mariano
Genealogy of the labyrinth: Bergamín, Zambrano and an anti-scholarly metaphor
topic_facet Bergamín
Erudition
Philosophy
Unamuno
Zambrano
Bergamín
Erudición
Filosofía
Unamuno
Zambrano
author Saba, Mariano
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title Genealogy of the labyrinth: Bergamín, Zambrano and an anti-scholarly metaphor
title_short Genealogy of the labyrinth: Bergamín, Zambrano and an anti-scholarly metaphor
title_full Genealogy of the labyrinth: Bergamín, Zambrano and an anti-scholarly metaphor
title_fullStr Genealogy of the labyrinth: Bergamín, Zambrano and an anti-scholarly metaphor
title_full_unstemmed Genealogy of the labyrinth: Bergamín, Zambrano and an anti-scholarly metaphor
title_sort genealogy of the labyrinth: bergamín, zambrano and an anti-scholarly metaphor
description 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.
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