Wounds of self: Experience, word, image, and identity

Journal of Speculative Philosophy 22 (4):pp. 235-247 (2008)

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Mariana Ortega
Pennsylvania State University
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The article presents a study that aims to bring together the image and the word or ways of knowing through the concept of words and their respective ways to see images. Accordingly, when words are put together, phenomenological insight has been followed which does justice to lived experiences. Moreover, the author stresses the idea of the punctum in words as a wound.
Keywords lived experience  wound  punctum  images  Gloria Anzaldua
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DOI 10.1353/jsp.0.0058
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