The Author and the Philosopher: The Concreteness of Philosophical Writing

The Author and the Philosopher. The Concreteness of Philosophical Writing

In philosophical invention, what is the part of knowledge and the work of writing? Is there not an author from underground – to use Dostoevsky’s term – that philosophy tends to deny for the sake of objectivity and transparency in the order of reasons? The project is not to put subjectivity in philosophy, but to manifest something in the philosophical invention through two gestures: the gesture of the philosopher and the gesture of the writer. The concreteness of writing would then consist in the amalgam (concrete: cum + cresco, I am developing through amalgamation) of an elementary gesture within the logos and trace of the human within philosophy.