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Mal d'archive Une impression freudienneConvincingly argues that although the archive is a public entity it nevertheless is the repository of the private and personal including even intimate details ChoiceBeautifully written and clear Jeremy Barris Philosophy in ReviewTranslator Prenowitz has managed valiantly to bring into English a difficult but inspiring text that relies on Greek German and their translations into French Library Journa It is to have a compulsive repetitive and nostalgic desire for the archive an irrepressibledesire to return to the origin a homesickness a nostalgia for the return to the most archaicplace of absolute commencement No desire no passion no drive no compulsion indeedno repetition compulsion no mal de can arise for a person who is not already in oneway or another en mal d'archive Now the principle of the internal division of theFreudian gesture and thus of the Freudian concept of the archive is that at the momentwhen psychoanalysis formalizes the conditions of archive fever and of the archive itselfit repeats the very thing it resists or which it makes its object It raises the stakesRead this with Piazzolla's Concierto Para uinteto and Rachmaninoff's Piano concerto no2 in C Minor playing in the background; this text needs rhythm Feverish and gorgeous

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Arly e mail which threaten to transform the entire public and private space of humanity Plying this rich material with characteristic virtuosity Derrida constructs a synergistic reading of archives and archiving both provocative and compellingJudaic mythos Freudian psychoanalysis and e mail all get fused into another staggeringly dense brilliant slab of scholarship and suggestion The GuardianDerrida Lotsa preliminary outworks here which is fitting considering that this text concerns the significance of the archeOpening section with no subtitle Arche—to commence and to order an ontological principle and a nomological principle Archive as derived from Greek arkheion “initially a house a domicile an address the residence of the superior magistrates the archons those who commanded” and whereat “the official documents are filed” giving the archons “hermeneutic right and competence” We therefore see the commingling of an “archontic dimension of domiciliation” with an “archic in truth patriarchic function” What follows? “a politics of the archive is our permanent orientation there is no political power without control of the archive” n 1 First subtitled sectionThe following section is an ‘exergue’ which is described as “to cite before beginning is to give the key through the resonance of a few words” “to prearchive a lexicon” having “at once an institutive and a conservative function as Benjamin has described the 'violence of power' in the ‘Critiue of Violence’ and which we might note bears some similarity to the agambenian state of exception Two citations ie “places of inscription” here under analysis printing and circumcision There shall be no archive “without a place of consignation sic without a techniue of repetition and without a certain exteriority No archive without outside” Be advised that the “archive is hypomnesic” Lotsa Freud stuff here; am accordingly yawning However he recovers with cool observations “What does ‘exterior’ mean? Is a circumcision for example an exterior mark? Is it an archive?” Apparently “the existence of the Devil can serve as an excuse for God because exterior to him anarchic angel and dissident in rebellion against him just as and this is the polemical trait of analogy the Jew can play the analogous role of relief or economic exoneration assigned to him by the world of the Aryan ideal” Not only is the archive “as printing writing prosthesis or hypomnesic techniue” a place for conserving the past but the “technical structure of the archiving archive also determines the structure of the archivable content” Identifies an “archive drive” to combat the death drive—“no archive desire without the radical finitude without the possibility of forgetfulness” “no archive fever without the threat” Regarding circumcision “it leaves a trace of an incision right on the skin” “the foliaceous stratification the pellicular superimposition of these cutaneous marks seems to defy analysis” Alrighty thenSecond subtitled sectionThe next section is a ‘preamble’ which lays out the significance of the term impression “what is the moment proper to the archive”? Ie “the instant of archivization” is when he “pushed a certain key to ‘save’ a text undamaged” on the computer machine “to protect marks from being erased so as thus to ensure salvation and indemnity”? Three meanings here with attention also again why? to circumcision first “the scriptural or typographic” with lotsa freudian stuff inclusive of commingling of impression with repression and suppression invokes refoulement in French; second “the open imprecision the relative indetermination of such a notion” “an unstable feeling of a shifting figure of a schema”; and third as to ‘Freudian impression’ “the impression left by him”Third subtitled sectionThereafter comes a ‘forward’ which imagines a “general archivology a word that does not exist but that could designate a general and interdisciplinary science of the archive” This science is paralyzed by a “preliminary aporia” wherein psychoanalysis is included and which always already wants to be the general science of the archive “of everything that can happen to the economy of memory and its substrates” but also simultaneously wherein it is placed “under the critical authority in the Kantian sense of psychoanalysis” More Freud stuff though the main interlocutor is one Yerushalmi ergo in this section; cool note that “though human evolution is Darwinian via the genes it is Lamarckian via language” n 5 No archives “without titles sic thus without names and without the archontic principle of legitimization without laws without criteria for classification and of hierarchization without order and without order in the double sense of the word” Again regarding “the singular archive named ‘circumcision’” Some indication that the archive in a sense delimits the future “An incompleteness of the archive and thus a certain determinability of the future” Lots including passages that evoke focuauldian dissymmetry of vision agambenian ‘survival’ and so on Plenty on spectres; on Walter Benjamin Notes that “repression is an archivization” The text presents uite a bit of meditation on Judaism including the conclusion that “the most un Jewish” is not “a lack of Judaism” but rather “the nonbelief in the future—that is to say in what constitutes Jewishness beyond all Judaism” We also find a parallel with Agamben’s third Homo Sacer text insofar as the amnesty of the stasis is less a forgetting and a declination to use a memory; here by contrast “is it possible that the antonym of ‘forgetting’ is not ‘remembering’ but justice?” This of course summons other Derridean ruminations on ‘justice’ as found in “The Force of Law” and Specters of Marx say This text is pleased to solicit Derridean term of art recall its author who is “trembling before this sentence ‘Only in Israel and nowhere else is the injunction to remember felt as a religious imperative to an entire people’”Fourth subtitled sectionOutworks done which preliminaries constitute the vast majority of this text the ‘theses’ follow the point here seems to be a solicitation of the archive itself “if Freud suffered from mal d’archive if his case stems from a trouble de l’archive he is not without his place simultaneously in the archive fever or disorder which we are experiencing today” Ie “nothing is troubled and troubling today than the concept archived in this word ‘archive’” Whatever do you mean professor? With Freud it is apparent apparently that “the psychic archive comes neither under mneme nor anamnesis” Freud still wants to “maintain the primacy of live memory” however Similarly though the archive is “made possible by the death aggression and destruction drive” Freud nevertheless “claims not to believe in death” huh? Further though Freud illuminated “the archontic principle of the archive which in itself presupposes not the originary arkhe but the nomological arkhe of the law of institution of domiciliation of filiation” he still as yet “repeated the patriarchal logic” therein In SaneAnd a concluding ‘postscript’— I don’t even know whatRecommended for those reliant upon mnemotechnical supplements persons who always hold a problem for translation and readers caught in the bottomless thickness of this inscription en abyme in the instant of the archio nomological event

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Download kindle à Mal d'archive à Une impression freudienne ☆ moneyexpresscard º In Archive Fever Jacues Derrida deftly guides us through an extended meditation on remembrance religion time and technology—fruitfully occasioned by a deconstructive analysis of the notion of archiIn Archive Fever Jacues Derrida deftly guides us through an extended meditation on remembrance religion time and technology fruitfully occasioned by a deconstructive analysis of the notion of archiving Intrigued by the evocative relationship between technologies of inscription and psychic processes Derrida offers for the first time a major statement on the pervasive impact of electronic media particul Appropriately I forgot what I learned from this book