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  1. Keith Crome (2009). The Nihilistic Affirmation of Life: Biopower and Biopolitics in The Will to Knowledge. Parrhesia 6:46-61.
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  2. Keith Crome (2006). Lyotard and the Greeks. Angelaki 11 (3):93 – 105.
    I read Kant or Adorno or Aristotle not in order to detect the request they themselves tried to answer by writing, but in order to hear what they are requesting from me while I write or so that I write. J.-F. Lyotard.
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  3. Keith Crome & James Williams (eds.) (2006). The Lyotard Reader and Guide. Edinburgh University Press.
    The Lyotard Reader and Guide is a one-stop companion to Lyotard's thought. It covers the full range of his works, from his three main books ( Discours, figure; Libidinal Economy; and The Differend) and up to his influential essays in The Inhuman and Postmodern Fables. -/- The readings are organized into sections on philosophy, politics, art, and literature. Several have never before been translated into English. Detailed introductions to each section by two leading Lyotard scholars explain the philosopher's key ideas (...)
     
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  4. Keith Crome (2004). Lyotard and Greek Thought: Sophistry. Palgrave Macmillan.
    In this original study, Keith Crome argues for the importance of Lyotard's analysis of sophistry. In the first section, the author examines the accounts of sophistry given in the works of Plato, Hegel and Heidegger. Sensitive to the important differences between them Keith Crome nevertheless establishes their fundamental identity. In the second section, the book shows the radicality of Lyotard's analysis in contrast to such traditional views. It examines Lyotard's complex and original readings of sophistical arguments, and offers a new (...)
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  5. Keith J. Crome (2003). Retorsion: Jean-Francois Lyotard's Reading of Sophistry. Southern Journal of Philosophy 41 (1):29-44.
    Full-text of this article is not available in this e-prints service. This article was originally published [following peer-review] in Southern Journal of Philosophy, published by and copyright University of Memphis.
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