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Marcus Coelen: Liebe Marita Tatari
Liebe Marita Tatari
(p. 47 – 52)

Marcus Coelen

Liebe Marita Tatari

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An exhortation in the form of a letter, calling for thinking the drive, with Jean-Luc Nancy as well as “against” him—and against him is again, and even more, with him—for thinking the drive in psychoanalysis, i.e. for letting it vibrate, live and pulsate in its practice.

  • democracy
  • community
  • deconstruction
  • ethics
  • post-structuralism

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Marcus Coelen

Marcus Coelen

Marcus Coelen works as a psychoanalyst in New York and Berlin; teaches literature and literary theory at the Ludwig-Maximilian University, Munich. He is a translator, author, and an editor, of the book series “Neue Subjektile” with Turia+Kant, Vienna, among others.
Other texts by Marcus Coelen for DIAPHANES
Susanna Lindberg (ed.), Artemy Magun (ed.), ...: Thinking With—Jean-Luc Nancy

With this book, we would like to resume the passionate conversation that Jean-Luc Nancy was engaged in throughout his life, with philosophers and artists from all over the world. Now that he has passed away, it is not enough for us to simply reflect on his work: we would like to stay true to the stance to which his thought invites us, in a pluralistic and communal way. Jean-Luc Nancy takes up the old philosophical question of truth as a praxis of a with — understanding truth without any given measure or comparison as an articulation of a with. It is a thinking responsible for the world from within the world, a language that seeks to respond to the ongoing mutation of our civilization.


With contributions by Jean-Christophe Bailly, Rodolphe Burger, Marcia Sá Calvacante Schuback, Marcus Coelen, Alexander García Düttmann, Juan-Manuel Garrido, Martta Heikkilä, Erich Hörl, Valentin Husson, Sandrine Israel-Jost, Ian James, Apostolos Lampropoulos, Nidesh Lawtoo, Jérôme Lèbre, Susanna Lindberg, Michael Marder, Artemy Magun, Boyan Manchev, Dieter Mersch, Hélène Nancy, Jean-Luc Nancy, Aïcha Liviana Messina, Ginette Michaud, Helen Petrovsky, Jacob Rogozinski, Philipp Stoellger, Peter Szendy, Georgios Tsagdis, Marita Tatari, Gert-Jan van der Heiden, Aukje van Rooden.