By Judith Balso
L. a. poésie de Pessoa (1888-1935) se présente sous les auspices d’une determine mystérieusement ordonnée à quatre noms : Alberto Caeiro, le maître, Fernando Pessoa-en-personne, Ricardo Reis et Álvaro de Campos, les disciples – ces poètes ne sont pas des pseudonymes de l’auteur, mais quatre « hétéronymes », selon los angeles désignation inventée par Pessoa.C’est une crise de los angeles philosophie, vécue par Pessoa avec angoisse, qui est à l’origine de ces naissances multiples du poète. Dès lors s’impose l. a. tâche de séparer los angeles poésie de los angeles métaphysique, tandis que le poème ne renonce pas à former une pensée de l’être par d’autres voies. Ce vaste projet d’une ontologie où le poème prend en cost certaines des tâches de los angeles philosophie défaillante se distribue sur les figures du Gardeur (Caeiro), du Fictionneur (Pessoa orthonyme), de l’Effaceur des dieux (Reis) et du Veilleur (Campos).Le souhait de ce livre est de montrer en quel sens Pessoa fut le Passeur métaphysique de ce siècle. Judith Balso a enseigné los angeles philosophie au Collège overseas de philosophie et à l’European Graduate college.
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