Linguagem em (Dis)curso
Print version ISSN 1518-7632
DIAS, Susana Oliveira. Paper, life and event.... Ling. (dis)curso [online]. 2011, vol.11, n.3, pp. 649-664. ISSN 1518-7632. http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/S1518-76322011000300010.
The paper-press functions as a machine that furiously emits signs, that imposes seeing and talking within a dominant syntax, forcing one to think of the game of representations and to rediscover what was always already there. It violently expose a time of death marked by the centrality of the subject in thought. In this article I propose to explore the concepts of sign, event and fabulation by Gilles Deleuze to seek the shifts in the thinking of the paper-press. When unfolding such signs - speed, present time, objectivity and truthfulness - a distinct violence emerges through the event's surfaces, affirmative, an emptying out of the already given significations of these signs that allows for an anything-becoming of the paper; possibilities that the paper-research can find life forces by means of fabulation.
Keywords : Press; Sign; Fabulation; Post-structuralism.