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Testimony and the Affect-phrase

In Heidi Bickis & Rob Shields (eds.), Rereading Jean-François Lyotard: Essays on His Later Work,. Ashgate (2013)

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  1. Departing the Parting – Jean-François Lyotard's 'The Hyphen' in Light of Jewish and Christian Studies.Jonathan Anderson - unknown
    History is narrated, as any good storyteller knows, and narration depends for its effects on our notions and metaphors. In their 2002 introduction to 'The Ways That Never Parted', Annette Yoshiko Reed and Adam H. Becker write “The notion of an early and absolute split between Judaism and Christianity, but also the 'master narrative' about Jewish and Christian history that pivots on this notion is being called into question”. In this thesis, by bringing the philosopher Jean-François Lyotard’s 'The Hyphen' into (...)
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  • Affirming Affectivity: On The Task of Philosophy in Lyotard’s Later Works.Daan Keij - 2019 - Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology 51 (1):18-32.
    ABSTRACTJean-François Lyotard famously described the task of philosophy as “bearing witness to the differend”, a differend being a conflict that cannot be equitably solved due to the lack of a rule...
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