El funcionario poeta: Elementos para una estética de la burocracia [NOOK Book]

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El funcionario poeta ofrece un atractivo itinerario por la experiencia de la «doble faz» del artista y escritor-funcionario, quien para sobrevivir se ve obligado a equilibrar dos enemigos irreconciliables: la subjetividad ilimitada del creador y la asfixiante objetividad del poder al que se ve sometido. Carlos Eymar analiza el papel del bufn de poderosos (Esopo), que dice las verdades con lengua astuta, del pintor cortesano (Velzquez), que se identifica con los bufones que retrata, y los del trovador, del ...
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El funcionario poeta: Elementos para una estética de la burocracia

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Overview

El funcionario poeta ofrece un atractivo itinerario por la experiencia de la «doble faz» del artista y escritor-funcionario, quien para sobrevivir se ve obligado a equilibrar dos enemigos irreconciliables: la subjetividad ilimitada del creador y la asfixiante objetividad del poder al que se ve sometido. Carlos Eymar analiza el papel del bufn de poderosos (Esopo), que dice las verdades con lengua astuta, del pintor cortesano (Velzquez), que se identifica con los bufones que retrata, y los del trovador, del juglar y de los artistas que trabajaron a las rdenes de un mecenas, divididos entre su oficio y los deberes para con sus amos. Un slido ensayo que dedica jugosas reflexiones a la obra de Pessoa, Kafka o Kavafis, y que no defraudar a sus lectores.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788415174035
  • Publisher: Fórcola Ediciones, S.L.
  • Publication date: 10/6/2013
  • Language: Spanish
  • Series: Señales , #2
  • Sold by: Bookwire
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 280
  • File size: 569 KB

Meet the Author

Madrid, 1951, escritor, jurista y telogo, es doctor en Derecho y en Filosofa. Ha sido profesor asociado de Filosofa del Derecho en la Universidad Complutense. Diplomado en Derecho Comunitario, ha ejercido como asesor jurdico internacional en Estrasburgo. Actualmente, es profesor de Derecho Internacional Humanitario en el Instituto Guti©rrez Mellado de la UNED.

Es autor, entre otros, de los siguientes libros: Karl Marx, crtico de los derechos humanos (1987), La Revolucin francesa y el marxismo d©bil (1990), El valor de la democracia (1996), De la historia y concepto del desarme(2001). Recibi el premio Enrique Ferran (1989). Es colaborador habitual de El Ciervo.
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