INVESTIGADORES
GARCIA adolfo Martin
congresos y reuniones científicas
Título:
The Circumscribed Infinites Scheme: A Deconstructive Approach to Translating Poetry
Autor/es:
GARCÍA, ADOLFO MARTÍN
Lugar:
Centro Cultural Villa Victoria Ocampo, Mar del Plata
Reunión:
Jornada; Primeras Jornadas de Lógica, Filosofía del Lenguaje y Lingüística; 2007
Institución organizadora:
Grupo de Análisis Epistemológico (UNMdP)
Resumen:
This presentation seeks to discuss the underpinnings of the Circumscribed Infinites Scheme (CIS), a deconstructive translation scheme for translating poetry. Conceptually, the CIS owes much to Jacques Derrida´s postmodern philosophical postulates regarding the nature of the linguistic sign, the notion of difference and his idea of meaning as an inexhaustible textual effect. The scheme proper consists of three main components dealing with cultural, textual and exegetic aspects of poetic production and reception in the light of deconstructive theory. As the paper progresses, a procedure termed Translation by Minimal Replacement (TMR) –central to the practical application of the CIS– will be presented and analyzed. Finally, the scheme will be subject to a critical view.