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Epiphany Journal of Transdiciplinary Studies
165 Publications
OpenAIRE 3.0 (OA, funding)


  • Speech Act Theory: Austin, Searl Derrida’s Response and Deleuze’s Theory of Order-word

    Speech Act is an influential theory on the actual communicative function of language and tries to answer to what extend impartial interaction is possible between speakers. The theory was first developed by Austin and Searl. They argued that order-words have primary meaning and clearly convey the message of the speaker. Derrida challenged the theory and disposed the argument. Using Speech acts and Derrida's disposal, Deleuze and Guattari brought a new perspective to the argument and developed ...

    Poetic Experience

    Nature of poetic experience is hereby redefined. The present article initially deals with the perennial nature of true poetic experience and its essential relevance to the world. It attempts to elaborate the process through which a poet is uplifted in a creative moment beyond terrestrial boundaries and is aligned with the ‘state of Perfection'. The role of successive generations of audiences in rediscovering the meaning of a poetic image is defined as life principle of all great poetry. Shake...

    How is Culture used as a Tool for Dissuasion of Conflict and Consensus: A Case of Sarajevo (1992-1995)

    Within cities, culture and creativity have often been used as successful tools for dissuasion of conflict and consensus. Using the case study of the cultural scene in the city of Sarajevo – chiefly focusing on the period of the 1992-95 siege of the city – this paper argues that culture is an arena for creativity and resistance, but generally not an effective tool to end the conflict. I suggest that the role of arts in peace building and reaching consensus within Bosnia and Herzegovina is rath...

    What does the European Union’s (EU’s) New Approach bring to Bosnia and Herzegovina (B&H)?

    Bosnia and Herzegovina has been lacking the collective political power to address the reforms that were necessary for progress towards EU over the years. The B&H politicians could not agree upon any effective coordination mechanism on EU issues. The lack of coordination mechanism has negatively affected the country’s interaction with the EU. Beside the coordination mechanism the other political issues could not be resolved. The EU Commission intensively facilitated resolution of the Sejdić-Fi...

    Paths to Paralysis: Symbolism and Narratology in James Joyce’s “Araby” and “Eveline”

    There are three nets that shape the basic notions in Joyce's works: religion, language and nationality. The dilemma of his plots revolves around at least one of these issues. Joyce believes that for a man to seek and reach the true nature of freedom in his life, it is necessary to leave these boundaries behind. Usually in most cases, one of the characters in Joyce's writings is captive by those nets. They are put in a dramatic situation in which a revelation would lead him/her to an epiphany....
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