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Sophia, Colección de Filosofía de la Educación

versión On-line ISSN 1390-8626versión impresa ISSN 1390-3861


BRAVO REINOSO, Pedro. Voice and excess: speculative, ethical-political and educational approaches to orality. Sophia [online]. 2019, n.27, pp.175-184. ISSN 1390-8626.

This article explores an unattended component in the field of language philosophy, namely:the voice. Through the theoretical apparatus of representatives of the so-called Slovenianpsychoanalysis, especially Slavoj Žižek and Mladen Dolar, it is intended to show that the voiceis a communication component that resists its registration within the significant chain and onthe contrary it is presented as a limit and, at the same time, an excess in meaning, which openspossibilities to think about the way in which the integration of the subjects occurs in the existingsocial order. In this way, the voice contains in its core a component that shows the antagonistic gapof the social, which would allow renegotiating the senses that order the social. The work constitutesa dialectical philosophical reflection on the phenomenon of the voice, since it explores speculative,ethical, political and educational aspects concerning this phenomenon, which aims to contributeto an understanding of orality over its instrumental aspects in the communication. That is, insteadof understanding the voice as a secondary phenomenon in communication aimed at serving as ameans to transmit a message, the voice appears as that which enables, interrupts and exceeds thecommunicative intentions of the subjects participating in the communicative dialogue. Finally, thearticle uses examples taken from the contemporary educational context, in which the way in whichthe voice bursts into education as an element of an eminently political nature is shown.

Palabras clave : Voice; phonocentrism; education; ethics; politics; excess.

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