The catastrophic imperative: subjectivity, time and memory in contemporary thought

New York: Palgrave-Macmillan (2009)
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Evoking the contemporary Zeitgeist of looming ecological, political and economic disaster, a distinguished group of thinkers invite a compelling reconsideration of the ways we, as representing subjects, might be more deeply implicated in catastrophic events than we ordinarily imagine"--Provided by publisher.

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