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Firstly, in the 1920s, there are the texts which announce their own impossibility, and attempt to localise a pre-linguistic thinking process, but as described through the text. In the 1930s, Artaud looked to other cultures in order to try to escape what he perceived as the tyranny of European rationality, and find the perfect form of expression that was not dependent on the intellect, but rather engaged with magical, emotional forces. In the early 1940s, Artaud began to invent his own glossolalic language.
25 Both Schreber and Artaud draw attention to the importance of the nervous system as the link between the brain and the body and between thought and the corporeal. Artaud uses the term pèse-nerfs to describe a spatial barrier that both impedes and enables the thinking The Limits of Representation 17 process, and Schreber invents the term Nervensprache to describe the way that his nerves ‘speak’ to him, a similarly enabling yet restrictive process by which his thoughts are dictated to him from elsewhere.
Vous pouvez contribuer à redresser les notions’ (‘when I told Robert Ricard about my project and my ideas he said to me: these people do not really know what they’re looking for. 42 In other words, Artaud’s aim was to teach the Mexicans how to rediscover what he understood to be their own indigenous culture. Of course, none of the surviving indigenous population would have had access to the channels through which Artaud communicated his ideas, such as the University of Mexico and the national newspaper El Nacional, all the lectures and articles were translated from French into Spanish (the language of the colonisers, not the indigenous population), and the question of race in Mexico was rather more complex than he admitted.