Bataille, Nancy, and Barthes
Blood flowing through a beating heart seems indispensable for our conception of love. But that does not sit well with Jean-Luc Nancy’s sense of ex-scription, of a heart that beats by interrupting its beat, and of Roland Barthes’s description of an amorous subject tethered to the ringing of the telephone.
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