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    Trans(in)Fusion: Reflections for Critical Thinking.Ranjan Ghosh & Georges Van Den Abbeele - 2020 - Routledge.
    Transfusion is a highly original book that tries to radicalize our ways of 'critical thinking' across disciplines. The book, refreshingly, brings into play critical philosophy, literary criticism, studies in mathematics, physics, chemistry and developmental biology, and various other disciplines and epistemes to set up a tenure and tenor of 'critical thinking'. The book is an exclusive intervention in how thinking across traditions and systems of thought can generate distinct interpretive experiences. It questions, in a unique transcultural and transversal bind, our (...)
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  2. Enthusiasm: The Kantian Critique of History.Georges Van Den Abbeele (ed.) - 2009 - Stanford University Press.
    _Enthusiasm_ studies what Kant calls a "strong" sense of the sublime, not as an aesthetic feeling but as a form of political judgment rendered not by the active participants in historical events but those who witness them from afar. Lyotard's analysis, preparatory to his work in _The Differend_ and subsequent publications, is a radical rereading of the Kantian "faculties," traditionally understood as functions of the mind, in terms of a philosophy of phrases derived from Lyotard's prior encounters with Wittgenstein's theory (...)
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  3. Lost Horizons and Uncommon Grounds: For a Poetics of Finitude in the Work of Jean-Luc Nancy'.Georges Van Den Abbeele - 1997 - In Darren Sheppard, Simon Sparks & Colin Thomas (eds.), On Jean-Luc Nancy: The Sense of Philosophy. Routledge.
     
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  4. Mourning Alone Together.Georges Van Den Abbeele - 2022 - Oxford Literary Review 44 (1):70-82.
    In the current context of pervasive loss and the absence of publicly commemorative rituals, this essay proposes a reading of Freud’s ‘Mourning and Melancholia’ that questions the presupposition that mourning must come to an end as the completed work of memories recalled only to be sent off. While melancholia may be presented as the invention of an imaginary loss, would not the real pathology of mourning be the summary or precipitous declaration of its end? Whether we understand mourning as completable (...)
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    Fable.Georges Van Den Abbeele - 2008 - Historical Materialism 16 (4):233-238.
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    The Persecution of Writing: Revisiting Strauss and Censorship.Georges Van den Abbeele - 1997 - Diacritics 27 (2):3-17.
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    Theory and the "Chunnel": Cultural Studies and the Retreat of Ideology.Georges Van den Abbeele - 2003 - Symploke 11 (1):77-95.
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