Koncepcje czasu, sensu i sprawczości w pracach Maurice’a Blanchota oraz Gilles’a Deleuze’a

Paulina Kłos-Czerwińska

Abstract


The aim of my work is to compare the views of two philosophers of the XX century in terms of the idea of time, sense and creativity proposed by them in their writings. These philosophers are Maurice Blanchot and Gilles Deleuze. Both give a lot of space in their writings to the problematic of meaning of individual life and the creativitiy (or creation), that is responsible for giving meaning to this life. The sources of their theories differ, however, they both come to the conclusion that the creation understood broadly — as creative attitude to life, as human condition — makes the element of the relation “through which this, what is not recognized, determines itself.” They also try to determine this “unrecognized” which influences human fate and lies at its origin. In my work I would like to undertake the issues of time and sense, because it is they, that are the key elements in understanding of human condition for both, Blanchot and Deleuze. Their works are the tractates dealing with these topics, it is impossible to summarize them, however, it is possible to provide certain key which will help in their decoding — and this the objective I would like to achieve in my analysis.

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