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This article has no associated abstract. No keywords specified fix it. Alain Badiou in Continental Philosophy categorize this paper. Applied ethics.
Riven: Badiou's Ethical Subject and the Event of Art as Trauma
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He took up his current position at the ENS in Main Page : Articles by Alain Badiou. Main Page: Resources for Alain Badiou. The Event, which belongs to the domain of non-Being, suddenly renders visible what was repressed or made invisible by the state.
Alain Badiou and the Miracle of the Event
In turn, the Truth is constituted through the active intervention of a subject , who chooses to be faithful to its potential for disrupting consensual knowledge and instituting a new order of Being. Although the Badiouian Truth relies upon a subjective intervention, this is not to say that it is personal or contingent. His Event is radically separated from the death- drive , and linked instead with infinity, immortality and subjective constitution. The Badiouian Truth, in this sense , is treated as already realized.
Alain Badiou. Translated by Kenneth Reinhard and Susan Spitzer.
Introduction by Kenneth Reinhard. Lacan Anti-Philosophy 3 Alain Badiou. Columbia University Press.