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Between these two figures, a community of the place-name, seat, and base takes shape. What is this place? It is the Roman world, that is to say, Romanity as world. But it is also the Mediterranean, the sea between land masses. Finally, it is the Occident, the west, where the sun goes down. We shall have to come 26 Europe Crossways back to all these characteristics—and ask ourselves, Why is Rome the place of the joined institutions of the empire and the church, the locus of their conjunction, the unity of their site, without any fusion or confusion between them—all this, in spite of permanent temptations, in spite of the indefinite historical reiteration (in the history of the empire, the church, and then Europe) of the endless caesaro-papist dream, the major fantasy of all European despots?
Zeus appears suddenly, in the shape of a bull. An extraordinary power of seduction emanates from him, literally. This is not a bull that “feeds in the stall,”38 and his “coming terrified not the maidens, nay, within them all wakened desire to draw nigh the lovely bull, and to touch him, and his heavenly fragrance was scattered afar, exceeding even the sweet perfume of the meadows” (p. 193). This bestial apparition is erotic: indeed, eros is the desire to touch, which has overtaken the young women.
H5) Let us look closely at this hypothesis. It points to the movement of self-figuration of Europe (the act of shaping itself ), carried out in “facing” or being face-to-face with [ face à] Islam. What does “facing” mean? It refers to the face. In French, face is visage. ”74 Facing is the face-to-face, the con-frontation of two beings facing each other, one facing the other, the other facing oneself. The con-frontation is played out in the visual (vis-à-vis), the vision of the face of the other, as visible, or as visage.