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Revista Polis e Psique

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CEDRAZ, Ariadne; ZAMBILLO, Marciana  and  GUERREIRO, Raquel. Who speaks consent? Dialogue on saying and to silence at the Academy. Rev. Polis Psique [online]. 2019, vol.9, n.spe, pp. 75-98. ISSN 2238-152X.

This writing, which is intended as a Text - concept presented by Costa (2017), which considers that the encounter with a writing produces event - goes from the propositions made by Deleuze in The method of dramatization and One manifesto less, besides considering Silvia Balestreri's writings on the work of Carmelo Bene and it's deployments. This writing begins on a path that begins even before the beginning of a sentence and uses Clarice Lispector to establish itself as something that begins and grows through the middle. At the same time, it is a writing that, from Costa, Deleuze, Guattari, Lapoujade, among other authors and artists, asks for passage to never end. Flirting with theatrical writing, this work intends to present the circumstance-phenomenon - personified in the character Word-too-much-said - through which concepts lose their force and meaning when applied and replicated in an empty way, in our own speeches. Such a phenomenon signals that given word-concepts can become a status symbol, as well as serve to enable a dialogue that repeats the same, without leading to thought and creation.

Keywords : concept; academic writing; method of dramatisation.

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