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Stošić, Mirjana, S.

(Beograd : Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju, 2020)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Stošić, Mirjana, S.
PY  - 2020
UR  - http://kritika.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/index.php/kc/article/view/13/37
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/2108
AB  - Ovo istraživanje se bavi imunološkim praksama neimenovanog naratora u Kafkinoj poslednjoj i nedovršenoj pripoveci „Jazbina“ („Der Bau“, 1923-1924), koji gradi lavirint unutar jazbine kako bi je osigurao od mogućih uljeza koje „poznaje“ samo po zvuku koji prave. Zvuk šištanja – zbog kog se opsesivno zatpavaju i otkopavaju zidovi jazbine – odgovara radikalnoj drugosti bez lica, bez identiteta. Ulazi i izlazi u Kafkinim književnim ograđenim prostorima zapravo su zaprečenje ma kakvog prolaska, nemogućnost da se bude sasvim unutra ili izvan. Jazbina postaje centralizovani sistem koji narušava razliku između unutra i spolja ućutkivanjem i ukopavanjem svake margine strukture. Konačno, jazbina postaje beskonačno fraktalizovana. Pitanje drugosti, u njenim mnogobrojnim oblicima (neprijatelj, uljez, stranac, parazit), a unutar tradicije očuvanja „celine“ i „identiteta“ (tela, pripadajućeg mesta, imena), često je svedeno na pitanje telesnih i društvenih parazita neke identitetski zatvorene zajednice. Drugi destabilizuje koncept granice (između domaćina i gosta, primera radi) i ukazuje na domaćina kao uvek već zastrašenog gosta u vlastitom domu. Ujedno, Kafkina pripovetka postavlja pitanje da li je susedovanje uopšte podnošljivo.
AB  - This paper deals with the immunological practices of Kafka’s anonymous inhabitant in an unfinished late narrative “The Burrow” (“Der Bau”, 1923-1924) who builds a lab-yrinth within the burrow in order to safeguard it from imminent or proleptic future in-truders. The mole-like builder of the labyrinth-like structure is securing its house from parasites “known” only by the noise they make. This noise – against which the obses-sive stuffing of holes and drilling of passages take place (including the infinite displace-ment of the center and margin) – corresponds to the radical faceless alterity, given that the “face” of noise is precisely the muddied face of the burrower. Entrances in Kafkaesque literary worlds are in fact the limit of the passage as such, the impossibil-ity of being only inside or only outside. The aggressive covering of porous and loose walls, and closing all potential passages is endangering the burrow structure as such. The burrow becomes the centralized system, always suppressing the heterogeneity of gateways, entrances and exits, the difference that will erode the silenced fixity of centered identity. Ultimately, the burrow becomes infinitely fractalized. The question of alterity, within the tradition of guarding the wholeness of the subject (its body, its proper place, its identity and its name), is often reduced to the question of corporeal, political, cultural parasites of the communal body. The other, as a parasitical emblem, destabilizes the notion of the limit (between the host and the guest), and is the sign of a host being always already a frightened guest of its own homely place.
PB  - Beograd : Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju
T2  - Kritika: časopis za filozofiju i teoriju društva
T1  - Nepodnošljivost susedovanja
T1  - The Unbearability of Being a Neighbor
IS  - 1
VL  - 1
SP  - 63
EP  - 75
DO  - https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3826541
ER  - 
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author = "Stošić, Mirjana, S.",
year = "2020",
url = "http://kritika.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/index.php/kc/article/view/13/37, http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/2108",
abstract = "Ovo istraživanje se bavi imunološkim praksama neimenovanog naratora u Kafkinoj poslednjoj i nedovršenoj pripoveci „Jazbina“ („Der Bau“, 1923-1924), koji gradi lavirint unutar jazbine kako bi je osigurao od mogućih uljeza koje „poznaje“ samo po zvuku koji prave. Zvuk šištanja – zbog kog se opsesivno zatpavaju i otkopavaju zidovi jazbine – odgovara radikalnoj drugosti bez lica, bez identiteta. Ulazi i izlazi u Kafkinim književnim ograđenim prostorima zapravo su zaprečenje ma kakvog prolaska, nemogućnost da se bude sasvim unutra ili izvan. Jazbina postaje centralizovani sistem koji narušava razliku između unutra i spolja ućutkivanjem i ukopavanjem svake margine strukture. Konačno, jazbina postaje beskonačno fraktalizovana. Pitanje drugosti, u njenim mnogobrojnim oblicima (neprijatelj, uljez, stranac, parazit), a unutar tradicije očuvanja „celine“ i „identiteta“ (tela, pripadajućeg mesta, imena), često je svedeno na pitanje telesnih i društvenih parazita neke identitetski zatvorene zajednice. Drugi destabilizuje koncept granice (između domaćina i gosta, primera radi) i ukazuje na domaćina kao uvek već zastrašenog gosta u vlastitom domu. Ujedno, Kafkina pripovetka postavlja pitanje da li je susedovanje uopšte podnošljivo., This paper deals with the immunological practices of Kafka’s anonymous inhabitant in an unfinished late narrative “The Burrow” (“Der Bau”, 1923-1924) who builds a lab-yrinth within the burrow in order to safeguard it from imminent or proleptic future in-truders. The mole-like builder of the labyrinth-like structure is securing its house from parasites “known” only by the noise they make. This noise – against which the obses-sive stuffing of holes and drilling of passages take place (including the infinite displace-ment of the center and margin) – corresponds to the radical faceless alterity, given that the “face” of noise is precisely the muddied face of the burrower. Entrances in Kafkaesque literary worlds are in fact the limit of the passage as such, the impossibil-ity of being only inside or only outside. The aggressive covering of porous and loose walls, and closing all potential passages is endangering the burrow structure as such. The burrow becomes the centralized system, always suppressing the heterogeneity of gateways, entrances and exits, the difference that will erode the silenced fixity of centered identity. Ultimately, the burrow becomes infinitely fractalized. The question of alterity, within the tradition of guarding the wholeness of the subject (its body, its proper place, its identity and its name), is often reduced to the question of corporeal, political, cultural parasites of the communal body. The other, as a parasitical emblem, destabilizes the notion of the limit (between the host and the guest), and is the sign of a host being always already a frightened guest of its own homely place.",
publisher = "Beograd : Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju",
journal = "Kritika: časopis za filozofiju i teoriju društva",
title = "Nepodnošljivost susedovanja, The Unbearability of Being a Neighbor",
number = "1",
volume = "1",
pages = "63-75",
doi = "https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3826541"
}