Enviado por aarquivista, qua, 2016-08-10 18:59


O nome Tiqqun advém do Judaismo, é usado na kabala e em tradições messiânicas, pode indicar  reparação, restituição,  redenção. {editado do wikipedia}

{do site da Semiotext(e)}

Tiqqun is a French collective of authors and activists formed in 1999. The group published two journal volumes in 1999 and 2001 (in which the collective author “The Invisible Committee” first appeared), as well as the books Théorie du Bloom and Théorie de la jeune fille.

{do wikipedia}

Tiqqun is the name of a French philosophical journal, founded in 1999 with an aim to "recreate the conditions of another community." It was created by various writers, before dissolving in Venice, Italy in 2001 following the attacks of September 11, 2001. The journal was the object of some interest in the media after the arrest of Julien Coupat, one of its founders.

Tiqqun is also, more generally, the name of the philosophical concept which stems from these texts, and is often used in a broad sense to name the many publications containing the journal's texts, in order to designate, if not a specific author, at least "a point of spirit from which these writings come."

Tiqqun became better known to an American audience in 2009 and 2010 after Glenn Beck featured commentary on the English edition of The Coming Insurrection (rumoured to be co-authored by several former members of the Tiqqun collective) in his media broadcasts.

{site com textos Tiqqun em várias linguas}


{página do Tarnac - formado por integrantes ou ex integrantes do Tiqqun}


{página na Semiotext(e)}