Las perplejidades de la posmodernidad en el pensamiento de José Jiménez Lozano.

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    • Alternate Title:
      The perplexities of postmodernity in José Jiménez Lozano's thought.
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      Based on the analysis of scattered ideas in notebooks and reflected in his books of short stories, we have approached the study of the notions that govern the design of the craft of writing of Jose Jiménez Lozano, in which lies the ethical and aesthetic response of the writer to the questions of the postmodernity: the primacy of the memory as a source of knowledge, the confidence in the word to speak about the essentially human and, therefore, the protagonism of telling little stories memorable. We find not only Walter Benjamin's delegitimization of the Grand Narrative of Western modernity, but his claim of the memory and the role of the defeated to achieve a true representation of the past. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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      Partiendo del análisis de las ideas diseminadas en los cuadernos de notas y reflejadas en sus libros de relatos, nos detenemos en el estudio de los ejes que presiden la concepción del oficio de escribir de José Jiménez Lozano, en los que reside la respuesta ética y estética del escritor a ios cuestionamientos de la posmodernidad: la primacía de la memoria como fuente de conocimiento, la confianza en la palabra para hablar de lo esencialmente humano y, por lo tanto, el protagonismo de la narración de pequeñas historias memorables. Encontramos en él no solo la deslegitimación del Gran Relato de la modernidad occidental, de Walter Benjamín, sino su reivindicación de la memoria y del protagonismo de los vencidos para alcanzar una verdadera representación del pasado. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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