Bataille, Georges

Bataille, Georges

(jôrj bətī, –bätī), 1897–1962, French writer. Bataille was the founding editor of the journal Critique (1946). Strongly influenced by Nietzsche, he focuses on extreme states of consciousness (violence and eroticism) as forms of mediation between nature and culture. He presents his ideas in his critical essay Literature and Evil (1957, tr. 1973) and the novel Story of the Eye (1949, tr. 1987), among other works.
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Bataille, Georges (2005/1959), The Cradle of Humanity.
Bataille, Georges (1980/1955), Lascaux or the Birth of Art.
Georges Bataille, Violent Silence: Celebrating Georges Bataille, Georges Bataille Event; 1st edition (1984).
en BATAILLE, Georges, Les Larmes d'Eros, Paris, Editions 10/18, 1961, pp.
Bataille, Georges, The Unfinished System of Nonknowledge.
Bataille, Georges, 'Museum', quoted its Rethinking Architecture, ed Neil Leads, Routlege, London, 1907, p22.
This tendency includes Pierre Naville, Georges Bataille, Georges Balandier, Roger Caillois, Pierre Klossowski, Gilbert Durand, Pascal Bruckner and Michel Maffesoli, among others.
5) Lembrancas de Documentos publicadas em: BATAILLE, Georges.
Bataille, Georges, The Accursed Share, Volume 1, trans.