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  1. Emilie Severino & John Dalton (2011). The Position is Arranged. Angelaki 15 (1):61-76.
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  2. John Dalton & Emilie Severino (2010). The Position is Arranged: Sade and Abu Ghraib. Angelaki 15 (1):61-76.
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  3. John Dalton & Emilie Severino (2010). The Position is Arranged. Angelaki 15 (1):61-76.
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  4. John Dalton (2005). Man is the Indestructible: Blanchot's Obscure Humanism. Colloquy 10:150-170.
    In her Paroles suffoquØes, Sarah Kofman writes that Robert Antelme’s The Human Race shows us that the abject dispossession suffered by the deportees signifies the indestructibility of alterity, its absolute character, by establishing the possibility of a new kind of “we,” he founds without founding – for this “we” is always already undone, destabilized – the possibility of a new ethics. Of a new humanism. 1 By way of an apparently rhetorical, though necessary question, Kofman continues: in spite of everything (...)
     
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  5. John P. Dalton (1922). The Rudiments of Relativity. Philosophical Review 31:200.
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  6. Benjamin Franklin & John Dalton (1840). Spirit Teaching the Philosophy of Physical Formation : The Science of Human Nature, Physical and Mental. J. Scott.
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