Undecidable Time: The Political Use of the Limits of Derrida's Democracy to Come

In J. Goering, F. Guardiani & G. Silano (eds.), Limina: Thresholds and Borders F. Guardiani, G. Silano (Ottawa: Legas, 2005), 31–49. Legas Publishing (2005)

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