The Limit: a Fundamental Question for the Subject in Human Experience

Willey Apollon


From oneself to the Other, from the unpresentable quest of desire to the space of the receivable structured by the social link, from the audible (where the time of the quest is structured) to the visible (where the absence of its object reveals itself), the human lacerates itself in the impossible articulation of a passage to the limit. Borders that are forever to be reconstructed recount something that is impossible to say, in the process of which each one of us ceaselessly redefines his or her position in the difficult response to the only question that counts: "up to what point can I go too far, without cutting myself off from others?"

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