Vladimir Pinheiro Safatle
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- 2009 Associate Professor at the University of São Paulo
Title: Grande Hotel Abgrund
- 2002 PhD in Philosophy (Lieux et transformations de la philosophie) at the Université de Paris VIII, France.
Title: The Passion of the Negative: Modes of Subjectivation and Dialectics in the Lacanian Clinic
Supervisor: Prof. Alain Badiou
- 1997 Master’s Degree in Philosophy at the University of São Paulo
Supervisor: Prof. Bento Prado de Almeida Ferraz Júnior
Title: The love of the surface: Jacques Lacan and the appearance of the decentred subject
- 1994 Bachelor’s Degree in Philosophy at the University of São Paulo
- 1994 Bachelor’s Degree in Social Communication at the School of Propaganda and Marketing
Theory of Human Sciences
Theory of Recognition
Objective: To think about the concept of recognition from the point of what imposes limits onthe communicational paradigm and the perpetuation of a normative anthropology based on the perpetuation of the modern concept of the individual. This reflection is part of the recovery of the Hegelian concept of recognition and seeks to absorb critical moments of the modern concept of subject present in contemporary French philosophy. The consequences of such a reconstruction of the concept of recognition for a theory of action is the main object of this line of research.
Theory of the subject
Objective: To analyze the constitution of a concept of subject devoid of the limits of the philosophy of consciousness and the attributes of identity and substance. This constitution takes place through the articulation between psychoanalysis, moral philosophy and aesthetics, besides being based on the reflection on the tradition of the ontologies of the subjectivity based on the recognition of the ontological nature of the negativity.
Musical aesthetic experience and the reconstruction of critical models
Objective: To think of aesthetic musical experience as a fundamental sector for the development of critical thinking models. These models are not restricted only to the aesthetic dimension, but have a force of induction in the field of social criticism and criticism of reason.
The dissent of recognition: Study on the Articulation Between Politics and Psychoanalysis in two Models of Recovery of the Hegelian Concept of Anerkennung
The last twenty years of philosophical and social debate have seen the hegemony of the concept of recognition as the central operator for understanding the rationality of political demands. Recovered, for the first time in the 1930s, through the Hegelian readings of Alexander Kojève, the concept was only systematically explored in its proper political dimension starting in the early nineties, especially by the third generation of the Frankfurt School (Axel Honneth). This second recovery was, however, a peculiar operation of reinstatement. It was as if the French aspect of the debate had to be largely ignored so that the concept could find the right political force. One has to wonder, however, whether this silence would actually be to express the mute consciousness of two possible unfoldings of the same concept of the Hegelian matrix. But to analyze this hypothesis, we must expose the unexplored political possibilities of the French recovery of the concept of recognition. This is the first objective of this research. Here I would like to focus on its Lacanian matrix to understand that it is particularly fruitful for such a discussion. On the other hand, an operation of this nature, in order not to reduce itself to an exercise in the correction of conceptual historiography, must start from the exposition of the limits of the real political force of social transformation present in the Frankfurtian recovery of a theory of recognition. This is mainly developed by Axel Honneth. That is, it would be justified by providing a critical model to the contemporary uses of the concept of recognition, showing its limitations, while accepting the relevance of the concept as an operator of understanding the rationality of contemporary political demands. This is therefore the second objective of this research.