The theme of spectrality is a leitmotif of Derrida’s work. In his production are well known the occurrences in which the phantasmal dimension becomes the lens through which we can read cinema and TV as deferral devices capable of giving, in a certain sense, life to “ghosts”. Within the same perspective are the considerations of the French philosopher on a certain type of acting experience: the autobiographical interpretation on the scene. Starting from his/her own experience, s/he performs an important and suggestive philosophical work on the implications of the peculiar acting experiment that consists in interpreting his/her own life and person in a film: a sort of phenomenological description of becoming a character, or of “becoming the actor” of oneself. The essay reconstructs such Derridean path and its genealogy.

Altrove. Derrida e la spettralità dell’attore

DEBORAH DE ROSA
2018

Abstract

The theme of spectrality is a leitmotif of Derrida’s work. In his production are well known the occurrences in which the phantasmal dimension becomes the lens through which we can read cinema and TV as deferral devices capable of giving, in a certain sense, life to “ghosts”. Within the same perspective are the considerations of the French philosopher on a certain type of acting experience: the autobiographical interpretation on the scene. Starting from his/her own experience, s/he performs an important and suggestive philosophical work on the implications of the peculiar acting experiment that consists in interpreting his/her own life and person in a film: a sort of phenomenological description of becoming a character, or of “becoming the actor” of oneself. The essay reconstructs such Derridean path and its genealogy.
Derrida, Ghost, Marx, Shakespeare, Lacan
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