The Smell of Dulcinea. On Anosmic Aspects of Epistemophilic Phobias
AbstractThe paper discusses the epistemological desire for authentic knowledge from the perspective of the discursive marginalization of smell as the non-philosophical sense. As emanated by various bodies and objects, smell itself does not constitute a discernible "body" with which it is associated and thus may be misleading, which seems to be the case with Cervantes's Dulcinea
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Pantuchowicz Agnieszka, Warso Anna (eds.): Interpreting Authenticity. Translation and Its Others, Cultures in translation. Interdisciplinary studies in language, translation, culture and literature, vol. 2, 2017, Peter Lang Publishing Group, ISBN 978-3-631-73243-4, [978-3-631-73244-1, 978-3-631-73245-8, 978-3-631-73246-5], 197 p., DOI:10.3726/b11653
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|Keywords in English||smell, flair, anosmia, epistemophilia, Freud|
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