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The paper is devoted to the Derridian notion of “survival”.Throughout the analysis of the essay “Survivre” – a reading of Maurice Blanchot’s novel L’arrêt de mort -, it aims to show that this no- tion is the issue of the deconstruction of life/death opposition, begun in Freud et la scène de l’écriture and fully elaborated into the unpublished seminar La vie la mort. Derrida makes this notion clear focusing on the conditions of possibility of performative statements, as they appear in Blanchot’s novel.
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