Erotic therapies in postmodernist literature: from magical to pharmaceutical effects
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CORCINSCHI, Nina. Erotic therapies in postmodernist literature: from magical to pharmaceutical effects. In: Literature, Discourses and the Power of Multicultural Dialogue Literature. Ediția a 6-a, Lite., 8-9 decembrie 2018, Tîrgu Mureş. Tîrgu Mureș, România: The Alpha Institute for Multicultural Studies, 2018, pp. 108-114. ISBN 978-606-8624-14-3.
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Literature, Discourses and the Power of Multicultural Dialogue
Ediția a 6-a, Lite., 2018
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Tîrgu Mureş, Romania, 8-9 decembrie 2018

Erotic therapies in postmodernist literature: from magical to pharmaceutical effects


Pag. 108-114

Corcinschi Nina
 
Institutul de Filologie Română „Bogdan Petriceicu-Hasdeu”
 
Disponibil în IBN: 9 septembrie 2021


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A comparative analysis between postmodern literary erotologies and the modern ones reveals the world's eradicated erotica, which replaces the abyssal experiences with narcissistic and hedonistic experiments with therapeutic effects, often instrumentalized literarily. The erotic perception of postmodernity has undergone radical changes, starting from the way the human body is perceived and lived. Love gains in variety and intensity, but loses in depth and duration, elements which are essential in the logic of love-passion. From the united philosophy of a soul, one goes to the unique ideology of bodies in the name of "orgasm tyranny" (Robert Muchembled). The couple relationship proliferates but the mystical meaning of love disappears, replaced by the "pharmaceutical" sense of passion (love as existential safety, not ontological, love as pleasure, love as seduction, as self-assurance through the other).

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postmodernism, erotic imagination, erotology, body, soul