Erotism death and sensuality pdf
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- A Violation Bordering on Death: Erotic Excess and Ritual Sacrifice in Bataille, Genet and Mishima
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A Violation Bordering on Death: Erotic Excess and Ritual Sacrifice in Bataille, Genet and Mishima
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File:Bataille Georges Erotism Death and Sensuality.pdf
Culture of the Slow pp Cite as. There is not — to my knowledge — a consciously political movement representing the advocacy of slow sex, although I will suggest that the contemporary Euro-American engagement with tantric practices and other rites of body-based spirituality come close to meeting this criterion. Understood as an essentially private engagement, the pursuit of slow sensuality is akin to mystical practice, which has traditionally constituted a bewildering domain for the social sciences, accustomed as they are to examining the structures of belief. Here I will discuss some of the possible significance of slow sensuality, asking what we might make of the notion of slowness in the light of the postmodern retrieval of the elementariness of our experiential embodiment, the fundamentality of bodily experience and the genuinely unsurpassable momentum of human erotics. Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
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This book, written in , places both eroticism an experience of sexual stimulation and death at the core of fundamental human experience.