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Topoanalysis has become a seminal aspect of my reading as well as my writing. Sep 14, Elie rated it did not like it Shelves: Sadly, the inherent subjectivity of such an endeavour makes for difficult, often unrewarding, reading.
How can I not be seduced? Because as Bachelard himself notes, it’s in the daydream that the purest phenomenological observations can take place– there are few restrictions, and the mind is free to make associations as it will. It can unravel some deep-seeded obsessions in your writing that can open opportunities for dealing with formerly obsecure insecurities. Indulgence in this book will transport you back to the badhelard of childhood in which the house gasston grew up in espscio as the second womb.
Books by Gaston Bachelard. Despite the many, many assumptions that Bachelard goes into the book with, it remains valuable. Mar 25, Jericha rated it really liked it Shelves: But Loetica further investigation is proving a bit difficult for me. Bachelard is trying to understand the “happy mind” – the mind making itself a home everywher I’ve failed to explain Bachelard to so many people by now that I should know better. Published by Beacon first published Both approaches seem to me to begin midstream with a person’s reactions to the world around them.
While some of his analyses are compelling, his philosophy is heavily grounded in psychoanalysis. This book, like others I have read of his, delves into the poetry of experience. A geometrical object of this kind ought to resist metaphors that welcome the human body and the human soul.
I highly recommend this great book. Bachelard notes that we are warm and toasty in our homes because it’s cold outside. It is the property of a naive consciousness; in its expression, it is youthful language. I used to retain a vivid and unmistakable memory of lying in bed as an infant in a dark, warm room and hearing the two ominous and mysterious-sounding double booms – first low-pitched, then even lower – of a nearby fog horn.
Get to Know Us. Bachelard does mention the desert, but only briefly, and it is only one sort of desert there are myriads of them and it is cartoonish. To ask other readers questions about The Poetics of Spaceplease sign up. Further, Bachelard ired me continuously with well meaning but frankly idiotic stances. Oct 03, Abby rated it it ggaston amazing Shelves: View all 10 comments.
Jan 13, Theresa rated it it was amazing Shelves: He draws inspiration from nature, dreams, Rilke, Baudelaire, a great deal of less well-known French literature, smatterings of Thoreau, and his own experience. Harmony brings joy within the being. As poetkca adult pairing to my favorite childhood book “The Little Princess,” by Frances Hodgson Burnett, this book similarly relishes its own reveries as rich ends unto themselves while also examining the espacik inversions of the poetic image as sustenance.
La Poetica del Espacio (English, Spanish, Paperback)
Customers who viewed this item also viewed. The books had chapters such as: Gasotn glancing a poetic image for the home, for example, all of the homes of the reader’s past well up in his imagination.
Well, it’s nice to have a theory about the efficacy of poetic images, and it’s a convincing theory. From being imagined, calm becomes an emergence of being.
It’s the gift of feeling that someone else not only understands but shares gaton feelings about certain spaces on a level that reaches way underneath words. Gaston Bachelard was a French philosopher who rose to some of the most prestigious positions in the French academy. The reason I haven’t given it the full 5 stars is simply that a good third of the writing remains essentially meaningless to me, even after a dozen rereadings.
The things that work are SO wonderful, but I still can’t make head or tail of phenomenology in general and plenty of this book in particular.
Things feel right and true, and slip into the reader’s world view with ease. For him, this summer is the harmony between his existence and an indifferent Universe. This is not what I expected. These are not esoteric overly metaphysical spaces.
The Poetics of Space
His most important work is on poetics and on the philosophy of science. The citations refer to the poetic, not the philosophical.
Jul 14, Hajar Alobaid rated it really liked it. Finally, after acknowledging that my public library was probably never going to stock it, I bought a battered old copy online.
But we must lose our earthly Paradise in order to actually live in it, to experience it in the reality of its images, in the absolute sublimation that transcends all passion. At certain hours poetry gives out waves of calm. Then, when we could say how we imagine, we cease to imagine. I suspect that is political. Dec 31, knig rated poetca liked it Shelves: Mar 03, Josh Friedlander rated it liked it Shelves: