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Jacques Rancière: Aesthetics, Politics, Philosophy

Paragraph Volume 28 Number 1

Edited by Mark Robson

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'Aesthetics is not the fateful capture of art by philosophy. It is not the catastrophic overflow of art into politics. It is the originary knot that ties a sense of art to an idea of thought and an idea of the community.'

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Contents

Introduction: Hearing Voices, Mark Robson
From Politics to Aesthetics, Jacques Rancière
Jacques Rancière and the Subversion of Mastery, Peter Hallward
Rancière and Contemporary Political Problems, Jeremy Valentine
The Unfinished Song: Intermittency and Melancholy in Rancière, Andrew Gibson
Jacques Rancière's Aesthetic Communities, Mark Robson
Il y a des mots qu'on souhaiterait ne plus lire, Adrian Rifkin
Select Bibliography, Mark Robson
Notes on Contributors.

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