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A poética de Gaston Bachelard

Maria Alice de Oliveira Faria
Revista de Letras
Vol. 20 (1980), pp. 123-137
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/27666285
Page Count: 15
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A poética de Gaston Bachelard
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Abstract

Trata-se de um resumo dos elementos que constituem a análise bachelardiana. Descreve a tragetória de Bachelard a partir do momento culminante de suas pesquisas científicas, em que rejeita a imaginação, considerada como o elemento falsificador por excelência do pensamento científico. Ocorre então uma reviravolta em suas posições a partir da Psychanalyse du feu e Bachelard começa a valorizar a imaginação como outra forma de conhecimento, através do devaneio poético, até seu último livro, "La flamme d'une chandelle". Este é ele próprio um devaneio poético em torno do tema da chama de uma candeia e Bachelard mostra ter atingido uma serenidade e uma plenitude totais face à morte próxima. /// This is a summary of the elements which constitute Bachelard's method of analysis. The author describes Bachelard's trajectory starting from the culminating point of his scientific researches, in which he rejects imagination, considered as the falsifying element par excellence of scientific thought. Then an overturn occurs in his positions starting from Psychanalyse du feu and he star to accept imagination at a greater value as another form of knowledge, through poetical divagtion, up to his last book, "La flamme d'une chandelle, which is in itself a poetical divagation on the theme of the flame of a lamp. Bachelard shows to have reached full serenity and plenitude to face approaching death.

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