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Volume 9, Number 3, December 2004

Editorial introduction
pp. 1-2(2)
Author: goulimari, pelagia

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Introducing disagreement1
pp. 3-9(7)
Author: rancière, jacques

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On individualism1
pp. 11-15(5)
Author: lecourt, dominique

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Reading Shakespeare – reading modernity
pp. 17-31(15)
Author: gjesdal, kristin

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John Rawls at the ends of politics1
pp. 33-57(25)
Author: macadam, ethan

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The translatability of revolutionary idioms
pp. 59-73(15)
Author: huddart, david

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Cavell and the endless mourning of skepticism
pp. 75-87(13)
Author: clewell, tammy

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Separated from Proust
pp. 89-90(2)
Author: düttmann, alexander garcía

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Language, spectacle and body in Anthony Drazen's Hurlyburly
pp. 91-100(10)
Author: walden, elizabeth

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Deleuze with Carroll
pp. 101-120(20)
Author: lopez, alan

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“The possibility of the poetic said”
pp. 121-135(15)
Author: riera, gabriel

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From the garden of Eden and back again
pp. 137-155(19)
Author: wallace, isabelle loring

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Heidegger and the hypostasis of the performative
pp. 157-167(11)
Author: feldman, karen

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The immersive spectator
pp. 169-185(17)
Author: walsh, maria

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Representation and presentation
pp. 187-198(12)
Author: uhlmann, anthony

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Schizo‐Math1
pp. 199-215(17)
Author: duffy, simon

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