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La intuición del instante. Breve acercamiento a la poética de Gastón Bachelard
See 1 question about The Poetics of Space…. May 12, Al rated it it was amazing. May 28, Tedb0t rated it liked it Shelves: Jun 05, Andrew added it Shelves: Refresh and try again. View all 6 comments. Quite simply, this book purports to be a work of philosophy apparently one of phenomenology, though its metaphysics owe a far greater debt to Bergson than to Husserl or Brentanobut is best described as a meditation on poetry, and the connection between language and private spaces.
I simply felt the wider thrust of the book abandoned the thesis of the Home. Within this extraordinary philosopher’s reflections on the poetics of space you might find some symbols of the images found within dreams. The poets throughout time have used these images of intimate spaces in order to evoke differing feelings in the reader.
Undertaking Proustian journeys down memory lane he evokes images of fairy tale cottages and feelings of security and happiness. If you feel nostalgic and think back to your days of youth there will often be a physical location or space that you associate with that memory.
He talks about resonance, reverberations, and all the sorts of ways nooks and crannies, locks, shells home for turtles and snailsattics, and cottages and castles and all these aspects of our spaces give us imaginative relief. I used to retain a vivid and unmistakable memory of lying in bed as an infant in a dark, warm room and heari Imagine you’re magically transported back to your first home. He calls this a phenomenology as opposed to psychology’s obsession with neurosis, damage, the “unhappy mind”also “daydreaming,” “reverie.
But looking at it on the show, the sketchy community centre opposite from it has now been turned into a quaint pre-school—and again, it was probably the editing, but everything seemed a lot more optimistic.
Bachelard applies the philosophy of phenomenology to architecture, stating that a house or home is not just a physical thing, but also a place where our memories or thoughts make an impression on it, and shape it even further. What a marvelous mundane epiphany.
It’s very very French, full of “we” and assumptions, and I find myself protesting at all this business about cellars and attics and how hurricanes So far, the major insight seems to be that in so far as we grow up in similar environments, we will have similar internal landscapes–and thus be susceptible to similar images.
And of course, she always wanted me to have a good grounding in classical music. Part of Bachelard’s thesis is that these connections are routinely unlocked through poetry or poetic expression, and to me this seems a very basic tenet of poetics as well.
But a dreamer of houses sees them everywhere, and anything can act as a germ to set him dreaming about them. More specifically, the poet’s image, which arises purely, in a realm before thought or language, springing forth without history or context or reason.
The wooden door, whose smell begets a sense of warmth or A bestowed mind, when undertaking the poetic journey of imagination, is elated at discovering sudden corners, pathways and bridges which lead to those places where the being surges to acquire intimacy with that notion which transpires oneness with life.
La Poetica Del Espacio by Bachelard, Gaston
The poets throughou Silence Want to Read saving…. Mar 03, Josh Friedlander rated it liked it Shelves: It’s not a book to read if you’re wanting hard answers to some specific questions, but it is one to enjoy if you want to slip into daydreams about spaces surrounding you.
Illuminates how profoundly homes and spaces impart themselves on our imaginations, memories, experiences, daydreams View all 5 comments.
As he hachelard from Van Gogh, “Life is round. These are not esoteric overly haston spaces. Upon glancing a poetic image for the home, for example, all of the homes of the reader’s past well up in his imagination. I’m afraid to wash the freaking hem of this book. In other words, instead of trying to pin down intimate space like a dead butterfly in a box, he very gently evokes and opens it, holding it up to the light like a soap bubble, so we can really study exactly how the wings shimmer and radiate.
Las Wspacio is a space I hate with unspeakable disgust- yet, I remember poetjca the Poetic of Space in this environment and it made the whole incident even more surreal- I copied many passages from the book into my notebook. I’ll accept that what he explores is what the images could be, but I won’t go any farther than that. This book is a distillation of how our imaginations are formed and extended along the lines of the spaces we inhabit.
The Poetics of Space
If you choose to read the book as bachelarc subjective experience rather than as a comprehensive, philosophical work, than it turns out to I’d read parts before, and had a somewhat more negative opinion. I loved the passage on shelters, the way they keep us warm and safe and encourage imaginative growth. I appreciated the fluent mixing of psychoanalysis and lyrical criticism.
View all 15 comments. The vast majority of the book is spent in this image analysis, and is pretty hit and miss. He doesn’t care if you get the jargon of phenomenology; he just wants you to feel at home. To ask other readers questions about The Poetics of Spaceplease sign up. The house itself, when it starts bachelxrd live humanly, does not lose all its “objectivity”.
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The human consciousness is if anything mutable, it changes willingy and unwillingly, it persistently interacts with the images it has hoarded over the years, it converses with its present surroundings and is in communication with the places it has inhabited bacelard other times. Bachelard starts The Poetics of Space with a reference to the poetic image: Here’s a picture of the author looking totally badass: A space has memory in it and further associations.
Given the diversity of human experience, particularly in the 20th and 21st century, I just don’t buy it.