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It is Beirut, 29 In her superfluous illusion And arousing icon. And it is you, Time and again, The nerve Of the determined lance: It is the glow of the rocks Anchored In their blond tyranny.

It is the early tobacco Carving ridges In the bends of the chest. It is you, 30 Wing of the distance Paved with smoke And water. It is me, At the round Of my non avenged grudge Committing the furious act: Digging in your copious language.

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Wood is their passage Priest, their Oil. Settlers or Sailors: Temple is their snow Cedar is their scent. O 33 O tyrants: I swirl into the metaphors, The door of the city Is sand: O, the virginity of embezzlement O, the glow of that vanished land.

Paris, Jardins du Luxembourg Forsaken 35 What is the meaning of time That raids not on us like a sin, Or the meaning of an attack That meets not its challenges Like a moment of love?!

Where is the wild Jasmine Attempting To topple its fences? Where is your sickle collecting The abandoned memories? Where are the jailers, coachmen, Hatred sweepers, And their metastasis At the authority corridors?

Where are the bargainers, Dissidents, And cigarettes traffickers? Where are the semi-killers, Semi-saints, And perfect whores? Where are the keys of a defeated man In the city of instinct: We the forsaken, Ideologists When the utopian city Fell in the hands of poets.

Give me a hand For the last round, I still have the urge To draw your portrait With some desperate verses. I guess you are with her By now… Together enjoying The blazing fireplace, Some expensive wine, And a lot of memories. Is she trying To seduce you?

Are you willing To share with her Bed and grapes Again?! Where is your chest I want to die… 39 At the happy hour, 18th Street lounge Alone, I stood at a dark corner Drinking my last scotch on the rocks, Recalling the glow Of your royal forehead. O God! What color is your hemoglobin?! Shakespearian Night All these moments, The sparkling night, 40 The river that crosses City and spirit. Your exile Is my Fountain Your time Is my stone.

You, Eternity! Why the withdrawal While your voice remains as sharp As a shiver? Why the void While your face is endlessly blooming In its eternity? Why the fruit While the braid of paradise Still drapes the bare back Of your daughter: Both of us are working to free a cloud Both of us are incapable to receive a shiver. Neither a yarn could mend the buttonhole of loneliness Nor a saddle could curb the flow of desire.

The runner has fallen to the trap of distance. How much time remained to snipe at a rose? How many roses were drifted to a mass grave?!

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Nonchalantly, I pull my exhausted fins To the potential sand: Your chest becomes An island… Urn I was already murdered When they aimed their tenderness Towards my skull48 Paved with silver and fruit They realize not The rage of birds Departing the cloud Of my last dream. As for my mother, She is the patroness of moons, The priestess of exile Her figure is a cloud, Her pain is a random shot My mother bestows on the urn: Bountiful milk, And stately fatigue. Where is your devil To dismiss the guards Out of my secret chambers?

Where is your knife Painfully drowning Into my protruding brooklet? Poetry, Bread, And crime.

Sunni and Shiite. Vulnerability It is the last reading You were taken 51 By the lace of history, Or by vulnerability. I inspire Your roan poetry Paved along my grave. I open the gate All the way Towards controversy. O, you! Puzzled As a glove of blaze, Here is my fingerThe ring fell, The talk likewise. Mercy Shot It has to be quick And determined!

He, I say—I cannot say, I. That child of Hell had nothing human; nothing lived in him but fear and hatred. Henry Jekyll stood at times aghast before the acts of Edward Hyde; but the situation was apart from ordinary laws, and insidiously relaxed the grasp of conscience. It was Hyde, after all, and Hyde alone, that was guilty. Jekyll was no worse; he woke again to his good qualities seemingly unimpaired; he would even make haste, where it was possible, to undo the evil done by Hyde.

And thus his conscience slumbered.

Into the details of the infamy at which I thus connived for even now I can scarce grant that I committed it I have no design of entering; […] Stevenson: , p.

As both the psychological and the biological answers to the Persistence Question, the narrative approach also seems to indicate that Jekyll is sufficiently continuous with Hyde in all the right ways; still, there does seem to be between them a level of separation which blurs responsibility ascriptions.

Identity as reidentification How do we find out who is who? Literature is already familiar with this problem: the Aristotelian criterion of recognition in tragedy has precisely to do with evidence of personal identity. Given the usual human constitution, identity as reidentification draws heavily upon the Biological Approach to the Persistence Question: …ordinarily what grounds legal responsibility is something like a physical criterion of identity: as long as X and Y have the same DNA, then they are the same person, and so Y can justly be held responsible for the crimes of X.

But it is clear that these physical strands are merely contingent6, albeit reliable, indicators of the identity- condition that actually matters, viz.

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In order to thwart responsibility ascriptions, Jekyll creates not only a new personality, but a new bodily constitution to go along with it. The transformation is so complete that even age and stature are different: Hyde simply cannot be Jekyll in disguise, because the latter is shorter than the former. Criteria of personhood What is it to be a person, or what counts for one to be a person?

This is related the above problem of identifying non-personal, biological stages of our constitution with our nature as persons. This was the shocking thing; that the slime of the pit seemed to utter cries and voices; that the amorphous dust gesticulated and sinned; that what was dead, and had no shape, should usurp the offices of life.

Is Hyde a person? Psychologically speaking, just how autonomous is he from Jekyll? Hyde poses moral challenges similar to those posed by DID patients: are the different personalities of one patient persons or persons in their own right?

Further problems of moral responsibility related to personal identity The previous session demonstrated why personal identity matters to responsibility ascriptions: one can only be responsible for what one does or leaves undone.

Atoms cannot be moral agents; the criterion of continuity of this person- slice is just too thin for responsibility to hold from one moment to the next. Once again, responsibility ascriptions obtain from X to Y if there is psychological continuity of the right kind.

But in the hands of Edward Hyde, they soon began to turn toward the monstrous. When I would come back from these excursions, I was often plunged into a kind of wonder at my vicarious depravity. This familiar that I called out of my own soul, and sent forth alone to do his good pleasure, was a being inherently malign and villainous; his every act and thought centered on self; drinking pleasure with bestial avidity from any degree of torture to another; relentless like a man of stone.

Would it be right to hold X-preteen- self accountable for the windows X-child-self broke? Under the discussion of person-slices, it becomes less clear whether Jekyll should be held entirely accountable for the murder of Sir Danvers Carew.

Let us first analyze the metaphors related to the moral aspect: Jekyll and Hyde are supposed to deviate moral and legal accountability from each other.

Thus Jekyll thinks of the body as a shield against moral scrutiny, a tissue that dresses the naked soul. This is why his solution must necessarily alter the body: to further fortify his fortress. He constantly employs two sets of metaphors which denote his rather instrumental take on his discovery: he speaks of the body as garments or as a building—two categories of objects meant for protection: against nature, against physical violence, against moral scrutiny. Some of the passages already quoted show this: he spoke of elements being housed in separate identities, of human beings walking attired in their bodies, of the body as a fleshy vestment.

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The two competing personalities can neither dissociate themselves nor define their hierarchical role in relation to each other. Hence, a different number of terms implying kinship is used to refer to them. Stevenson: , p. And yet when I looked upon that ugly idol in the glass, I was conscious of no repugnance, rather of a leap of welcome.

This, too, was myself. It seemed natural and human. In my eyes it bore a livelier image of the spirit, it seemed more express and single, than the imperfect and divided countenance I had been hitherto accustomed to call mine. Just in the same way metaphors of protection the body as garments, the body as a house show the moral safety Jekyll intends to gain from his experiment, metaphors of kinship add up to the psychological complexity which was described in the previous session.

The only thing left for us now is to show how this can be viewed as an experiment on moral responsibility. Markheim, like Jekyll, is a man who claims to love goodness, but who has succumbed to various different forms of evil deeds, including murder.

Markheim resorts to social determinism to justify his actions: I was born and I have lived in a land of giants; giants have dragged me by the wrists since I was born of my mother—the giants of circumstance. And you [the Devil] would judge me by my acts! But can you not look within?

Can you not understand that evil is hateful to me? Can you not see within me the clear writing of conscience, never blurred by any willful sophistry, although too often disregarded? Can you not read me for a thing that surely must be common as humanity—the unwilling sinner? Hitherto I have been driven with revolt to what I would not; I was bond-slave to poverty, driven and scourged. Still not satisfied, Stevenson found what he thought to be a better treatment in Strange Case. His treatment becomes less markedly moral, because more seriously oriented by a question.

More than once, Jekyll explicitly tell us his experiment failed. Are there circumstances under which it would be impossible for a man to be in any degree morally responsible for his own voluntary, conscious actions?

Stevenson seems to reason that, since it is identity with oneself that warrants responsibility ascriptions, if one were two, one might be rid of undesired accountability—internal and external. From here, he proceeds to analyse whether it is possible for a man to be two, and whether this would afford him his desired moral freedom.

Now, if Jekyll had been entirely successful in separating himself from his evil side—if he had produced perfect fission between them—, his experiment would have been psychologically successful even if, as some philosophers suggest, Jekyll would be numerical identical with neither of the two beings which sprang form him, and therefore would be as good as dead , but useless from his own standpoint.

If Hyde were totally freed from Jekyll, the latter would not be touched by the pleasures of the former, and would be left in the same state as he was before. Besides, his so wishing would go against the design of the experiment: if he wished to eliminate his bad deeds, then how could we test whether he can commit them and not in any way be held or hold himself responsible for them?

Therefore, Hyde is only useful to Jekyll if they are separated but united; this might be what Jekyll fails to understand, and what causes both his experiment to fail. As was already said, the result is not moral in the sense of preaching a lesson; it is moral in the sense of affording a reasonable contribution to the discussion of moral problems.

Thought Experiments. Moral Responsibility. Personal Identity. Personal Identity and Ethics. In: Psicologia Cognitiva, trad. Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Norton Critical Edition Ed.O post ficou massa mesmo. Jekyll speculated that one of the original ingredients must have some unknown impurity that made it work. O God! Quantas vezes pecamos e quantas vezes nos arrependemos de nossos atos. Treasure Island Summary - enotes.

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