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Writing, Maurice Blanchot taught us, is not something that is in one's power. It is, rather, a search for a non-power that refuses mastery, order, and all established authority. For Blanchot, this search was guided by an enigmatic exigency, an arresting rupture, and a promise of justice that required endless contestation of every usurping authority, an endless going out toward the other.

"The step/not beyond" ("le pas au-del

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Christopher Fynsk is Director of the Centre for Modern Thought and Professor of Comparative Literature and Modern Thought at the University of Aberdeen. He is the author of The Claim of

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9780823251032
Author:
Fynsk, Christopher
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Fordham University Press
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General Philosophy
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Philosophy
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Philosophy : General
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20130631
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