By Julia Kristeva
A gem of a private exploration by means of Julia Kristeva, analyzing modern matters equivalent to eu id, the function of faith in political existence, and the which means of equality for ladies.
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Symptomatically, the onl er with her first husband, Gunth laboration was a study signed ino Elegies (Arend t and Auders Stern Auders, on Rilke's Du s�lf perdition of the divin�, the 1 9S0), that emphasizes the tac eleg lch wh the emptiness on destruction ofthe mistress, and poetry is based. 86 CRI SIS OF TH E EUROPEAN SUB JECT a crass distinction between poetry and narration when the prototypical utterance of the exp loit is, for Arendt, none other than that of Homer? Thus, it seems to me, she should not subscribe to Adorno's well-known commen t tha t to write poetry after Auschwitz is barbaric, I S and this quit e independently of her personal aversion to this philoso pher.
Hannah Arendt is, in her own way, perhaps the only philosopher of the twentieth century who realizes this philosophy of life as a specifically political philosophy, lived by her "fine growth" as woman and Jew. Her work as a politician is the proof of this, as is that meditation on narrated life, or on the narrative indispensable to life: simultaneously 92 CRISIS OF THE EUROPEAN SUBJECT its condition and its double, because (Arendt, along with Aristotle, is convinced of this), there is no life except political life, and because (Arendt, along with August Han1Ulh Arendt, or Lift Is a Narrative •.
1985). Action et narrativite chez Paul Ricoeur et Hannah Arendt. Etudes phhwmhwloques 2. Taminiaux, J. ( 1 992).