Dos dois corpos do rei à democracia burguesa

Julio Cesar Lemes De Castro
This article is an exercise on historical reading based on philosophy, literature and psychoanalysis. It shows how Kantorowicz’ conception of the king’s two bodies, which appears in the medieval political theology and gains ground throughout absolutism, is subject to questioning since the beginning of modernity. In its place, the bourgeois revolutions propose the disincorporation of power (Lefort’s empty locus of power) and the unification of the social through the ideas of state and nation. /...
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