Her interest in screenwriting did not emerge until she saw Mike Nichols ' film The Graduate in She eventually got work as a story editor where she read scripts, wrote coverage, and worked with screenwriters on projects that the producers were developing. One of the companies she worked at was producer Ray Stark 's company, Rastar. The pair became friends and, along with Harvey Miller, created the script for the comedy Private Benjamin together, a film about a JAP who joins the U.
Both texts give a prominent place to language in their treatment religion or the divine. Both texts draw on the lexicon of love in seeking to understand language.
And both take a detour via love to help them re-think religious ideas and language for today. The question is not a demand for information Jubiler Jubiler There exists, then, a sort of original enunciation that speaks of the present, of definitive presence, of completion, of the end of the ages and which, because it speaks of these things in the present, should always be declared again in order to make up for the inevitable slippage of the present instant into the past; a form of speech whose sole characteristic is to constitute those it addresses as close by and saved; a sort of vehicle that differs absolutely from those we have developed to reach distant places, to manage information about the world.
Langage soutenu qui se distingue de sermo, langage ordinaire.
A word whose content is inseparable or indiscernible from its address. A formal language that is different from the sermo of ordinary language. Prayer, invocation, address, call, adjuration, imploring, celebration, dedication, salutation.
More precisely, not one or the other of these registers but a coming together of them all. That is all it does, without replacement or sublimation to a higher order of meaning or dignity: Both Nancy and Latour evoke this word using the language of salvation and proximity.
It would be too easy to push these comparisons too far. Latour seems most concerned with erotic or at least romantic love, while Nancy spends most time talking about agapic love though he maintains that the different loves cannot ultimately be untangled.
Even with this and other necessary caveats duly noted, however, the resonance between the two accounts is noteworthy. Once there is presence it is a secondary matter what name to give it; once one has the attributes it is a secondary matter to what substance to ascribe them Jubiler Substance and signification are both determinate; attributes and sense cannot be captured in one determinate meaning.
Signification and substance are reductions or derivative of sense and attributes respectively. It is a theme that continues to entertain a sometimes subterranean conversation with the Christian tradition primarily through Paul, Augustine and Kierkegaard on this theme central to Christian ontology, epistemology and ethics.Summary Bibliography: Nancy A.
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