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Watkin, William, 1970-
Agamben and indifference.
|Named Person:||Giorgio Agamben; Giorgio Agamben|
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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|Description:||1 online resource (xvii, 297 pages .)|
|Contents:||Acknowledgements; Introduction; Notes; Part I: The Archaeology of Indifference; Chapter One: The Signature of All Things, Paradigms and Signatures; The Method and Its Aims; What Is a Paradigm?; Analogic: To the Side; Grammar as Performative Example of Intelligibility; Note on Communicability; Example and Exclusion; Paradigmatic, Poietic Dialectic; Phenomenological Hermeneutics: The Paradigmatic Circle; Theory of Signatures; Foucault's Statements as Signatures; Ontological Epistemology; Signatory Displacement; Indifferent Marking, Potential and Privation. Signature as Critical Philosophy: Derrida versus DeleuzeNotes; Chapter Two: Philosophical Archaeology; Archē: Philosophical Archaeology; Repression; The Moment of Arising; Benjaminian Now-Time and Dialectics at a Standstill; Note on Nymphs and Plates; Statements-Paradigms-Signatures; Badiou and Set Theory; Philosophical Archaeology; Notes; Chapter Three: Language and Death: Indifferent Difference as Such in Hegel and Heidegger; The Three Ages of Indifference; Second-Order Indifference: Pure Difference as Such; Heidegger: Heeding the Difference as Difference; *Se: What Is Proper. Hegelian Absolute and the Apotropaic Economy of the DialecticEreignis and the Unsayable in Heidegger; Notes; Chapter Four: The Coming Community: An Essay on Indifferent Singularities; Whatever; Example; Being-Named; Space and Time; Temporal Indifference: The Time That Remains; Paradigms of Space: Ease and Halos; Taking Place Outside; Notes; Chapter Five: Towards a Deictic Ontology or Being-Thus As-Such; Pseudonym; The Irreparable; Deictic Ontology: The Thus and the As-Such; As Such; Notes; Part II: Difference and Indifference. Chapter Six: Derrida and Agamben: Différance Makes Indifference CommunicableStanzas and Signification; Language and Death and Voice; Naming Naming as Such and Derrida's Undecidables; Khōra or Matter as the Taking-Place; Différance Makes Agambenian Indifference Communicable; Law and Messianism; Syncategorematic Thinking: And; Notes; Chapter Seven: Potentiality, Virtuality and Impotentiality, Agamben and Deleuze; Potentiality-Impotentiality; Impotentiality as Paradigm of Indifference; Darkness Visible; Deleuzian Virtuality and Potentiality. Differentiating Deleuze and Agamben through IndifferenceNotes; Chapter Eight: The Two Bartlebies: Deleuze, Agamben and Immanence; A Life as Impersonal Indifference; Vitalism as Impotentiality; Beatitude of Self-Predication; Agamben's Philosophy of Life to Come; Creation from the Abyss; The Formula: I Prefer Not To; Agamben on Deleuze on Bartleby; Contingency; Messianic Decreation; The Two Bartlebies Part Ways; Notes; Part III: The Indifference of Indifference: Politics, Language, Life; Chapter Nine: Homo Sacer and the Politics of Indifference; Homo Sacer Redux; The Signature of Life.|
William Watkin's book is certainly an illuminating and profound reading of my entire work. But it is, at the same time, much more than that. According to Walter Benjamin's idea that theory can today