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6 Autores cubanos. 10 obras para guitarra by Héctor Angulo, Carlos Fariñas, Harold Gramatges, Edgardo

By Héctor Angulo, Carlos Fariñas, Harold Gramatges, Edgardo Martín, Leo Brouwer y José Ardevol

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Like Ariadne, then? Yes, like her I want to find a way through the maze, leaving a thread behind. ”1 In seeking such a perspicuous view, however, I do not aspire to neutrality. On the contrary, I believe that decisions about methodology have ethical and political consequences, so that it is urgent to take responsibility for one’s positions, to choose among competing values, and to act. But I feel that our options today are severely constrained by the potential of binary oppositions to structure the field of choices in advance, trapping us in false dichotomies.

Rather than ignore intentionality, however, I want to recognize what Barbara Johnson calls “the functioning of many different, sometimes incommensurable kinds of intentionality”31 that result from language exceeding an individual’s control. I regard the efforts of musical research as cultural texts, embedded in social and historical contexts, and thus as having a collective component. Scholars may hesitate to view their work in this way, preferring to consider their ideas wholly their own, the product of their free choices.

A trope is a departure from literal usage that substitutes one word for another, as when I call a coward a chicken. White extends this concept, however, to deal with entire discourses, so that one can think in one or another tropological mode. Metaphor, for instance, is the trope that compares two different things, A ϭ B, coward ϭ chicken. Thinking in the mode of metaphor involves searching for resemblances among different phenomena. ”27 Herman discusses several thinkers who have contributed to such a project, including Derrida and Gilles   Deleuze and Félix Guattari.

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