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How to Live Together – Roland Barthes / Christian Nyampeta

SESSION OF MARCH 16, 1977  ÉCOUTE / HEARING Hierarchy of the fi ve senses: not only is it different for animals and for man (dogs: smell → hearing → sight), it’s changed over the history of humankind. Febvre: 1  medieval man: the prevalence of hearing over sight; then, since the Renaissance, a reversal. A culture … Continue reading

Photography as Adventure – Roland Barthes

I decided then to take as a guide for my new analysis the attraction I felt for certain photographs. For of this attraction, at least, I was certain. What to call it? Fascination? No, this photograph which I pick out and which I love has nothing in common with the shiny point which sways before … Continue reading

Waiting – Roland Barthes / Edward Hopper

Waiting attente / waiting Tumult of anxiety provoked by waiting for the loved being, subject to trivial delays (rendezvous, letters, telephone calls, returns) I. I am waiting for an arrival, a return, a promised sign. This can be futile, or immensely pathetic: in Erwantung (Waiting), a woman waits for her lover, at night, in the … Continue reading

Roland Barthes and mass communication

Barthes and mass communication In Communication Studies, the reason Roland Barthes can be considered an important scholar is that he applied linguistic rules to general cultural codes, from a magazine “text” to an “image” in advertisements. His approach to cultural products becomes a good example in today’s Cultural Studies, Critical Communication and various semiotic analyses … Continue reading

Language is a skin – Constantin Brâncuşi / Roland Barthes

“Language is a skin: I rub my language against the other. It is as if I had words instead of fingers, or fingers at the tip of my words. My language trembles with desire. The emotion derives from a double contact: on the one hand, a whole activity of discourse discreetly, indirectly focuses upon a … Continue reading

Am I in love? – Roland Barthes

cacher / to hide To hide a passion totally (or even to hide, more simply, its excess) is inconceivable: not because the human subject is too weak, but because passion is in essence made to be seen: the hiding must be seen: I want you to know that I am hiding something from you, that is the … Continue reading

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