Category Archives: Maurice Blanchot

Indo-European thought in twentieth-century France update 10: Dumézil’s early work and archives; the Collège de Sociologie and Blanchot; Eliade in Paris; Lévi-Strauss

Since the last update on this project, the main task has been beginning to work through Dumézil’s books and articles in broadly chronological order, filling in some gaps in my earlier reading, and trying to write a bit about each. So far, I’ve … Continue reading

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Books received – Lacan, Eliade, Blanchot, Rousso

Apart from the most-recent Lacan seminar to appear in the Points series, all bought second-hand. All connected to the Indo-European thought project in some way.

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