Fordham University Press (2018)

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Kelly Oliver
Vanderbilt University
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This volume represents the first collection of essays devoted exclusively to Jacques Derrida's Death Penalty Seminars, conducted from 1999-2001. The volume includes essays from a range of scholars working in philosophy, law, Francophone studies, and comparative literature, including established Derridians, activist scholars, and emerging scholars.
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ISBN(s) 082328011X   9780823280131   0823280101   9780823280117
DOI 10.1515/9780823280131
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